Is there a sickness that causes bad breath
In most cases bad breath (halitosis) is caused by the presence of oral bacteria. There can be, however, other factors that MORE? [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-there-a-sickness-that-causes-bad-breath ]
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- Is there a sickness that causes bad breath
- That influence the odor associated with one’s breath including dry mouth (xerostomia), bad oral hygene, and periodontal disease.
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