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Dental Problems Often Cause Bad Breath

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Dental Problems Often Cause Bad Breath

The Direct Link between Bacterial Plaque, Bad Breath, and Dental problems

Bad breath or halitosis, dental decay, periodontal disease, and gingivitis are all caused by the anaerobic bacteria that live in the mouth. Anaerobic means living in the absence of air. These types of bacteria are mostly pathological.

  • Bad breath is the odor produced by bacteria living off food particles, each other and dying tissue. Bad breath can also be caused by other more serious health issues. An example of this is diabetes that can cause acidosis which in turn causes bad breath.
  • Dental decay is actually caused by the acidic excrement from the bacteria. The tooth is literally being dissolved by chronically being bathed in this acid.
  • Gingivitis is the inflammation of the gums caused by your own body trying to fight off the invasion of the bacteria.
  • Periodontal disease (perio = around, and dontal = tooth) is the loss of bone and tissue attachment around the tooth. It is caused by a microbial invasion around the tooth by anaerobic bacteria.

Odors and acids are produced in the film of plaque that resides between teeth, along the gum line and on the surface of the tongue. The plaque is produced by the bacteria. Poor oral hygiene cannot keep the population of bacteria under control, resulting in bad breath. Cleaning teeth twice daily is the minimum requirement for reducing the population of bacteria. However, meticulous cleaning is difficult. Tooth brushing does not access in between teeth and often causes ridges and grooves along the gum line. Oral irrigating does not cut through the sticky greasy barrier the plaque produces.

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Causes of Bad Breath – Usually Poor Hygiene is Culprit

Infections from dental decay, gingivitis, or periodontal disease also cause bad breath. Again, poor oral hygiene is the biggest factor in these infections. Improper flossing will take an infection from one part of the mouth and inoculate a health part. The infections also produce dead tissue, which adds to the smorgasbord feeding the bacteria. The gasses given off is what you smell.

There are other factors that feed the bacteria besides food and infection. Smoking, mouth breathing, alcohol-based mouthwashes and certain medications also increase dry mouth. Reduced saliva does not allow your mouth to remove the bacteria that cause the odor.

Finally, the bad breath odor may be from sources other than the oral cavity. Some medical conditions cause bad breath. Infections in the lungs, nasal cavity or sinuses can cause an odor that is associated with bad breath. Bad breath in diabetics is a rather common occurrence. And finally, less likely, but still possible, bad breath can be associated with certain conditions related to malfunctioning kidneys and some cancers.

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Biofilm – The Microbial Zoo in Your Mouth

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Biofilm and The Microbial Zoo in your Mouth

There is a microbial zoo having a party in your mouth. These microbes are constantly being fed by the carbohydrates and tissue proteins that reside in your mouth. Poor oral maintenance explodes the number of microbes at the party. It’s like having a sign outside your house offering “free beer”. This zoo full of microbes is sophisticated. Using chemical mediators, hormones, and prostaglandins, the microbes “talk” to each other. They share genes with each other and us. They mutate and generally wreak havoc. They fight feed, form gangs, and prey on other organisms and our bodies. It’s the party that is out of control.

There are two reasons you need to crash this party

Number one – teeth and gums:

Teeth and gums are prone to biofilm infections causing caries, gingivitis, and periodontal disease. Fifty percent of the population over 35 and 70% over 65 has periodontal disease. Symptoms of this infectious disease are sore, bleeding and inflamed gums, loose teeth and bad breath. The microbial zoo in your mouth is so resilient that after vigorous teeth cleaning by a dentist, it takes only about 10 days and you have all the bacteria back, well organized, and ready to start creating disease again. After home brushing and flossing, it only takes about three hours for the party to start again.

Number two – infection and diseases in your body

We are the life supply of nutrients to the organisms that live in our mouths and we ingest them. These unwanted party-goers are involved in chemical warfare. They are parasites mostly to each other, and stressful to you. These microorganisms “modulate” or turn on and turn off genes. They have the power to a) modulate their own genes, b) the genes across species of the organisms they live with and c) the genes in you (i.e.: genes that resist antibiotics and genes that are responsible for thousands of biochemical reactions in our body and even cancer genes.) These microorganisms embed themselves and burrow into our tissue where our body recognizes them as infectious – indeed they are. They travel in our blood vessels contributing to strokes, heart attacks, diabetes and other systemic diseases.

Over 80% Of Infections in the mouth are Due to BioFilm

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The US National Institutes of Health has estimated that approximately 80% of problem infections are attributable to biofilms. The most devastating infections that threaten the world today don’t come on quickly; they slowly fester, often until it’s too late to address the health consequences. Microbial sores threaten the elderly, wheelchair-bound, diabetics and more and more are persistent infections that commonly take hold around catheters, stents, synthetic heart valves, prosthetic implants, and teeth.

Procrastination with dental care gives the microbial zoo plenty of time to fester and party in your mouth, leading to the inevitable; an impaired immune system, liver, heart, and lung diseases, and of course, tooth decay and eventually tooth loss. Losing teeth may be the least problem infection can cause. The other side effects can eventually lead to loss of life. So crash the party and kick out the microbial zoo in your mouth with three-month professional cleanings and twice daily home dental care.

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