The “bromopnea,” better known as “halitosis,” is an oral pathology characterized by the affected individual’s unpleasant smell of exhaled air from the mouth or nose.
It involves countless discomforts in the patient’s relationship life.
A dental specialist visit can identify the causes and plan their resolution.
To date, 4 types of halitosis are known and classified:
Bromopnea is a treatable problem; turning to the skills of a dental practice is the only effective way to solve the problem correctly.
For each of the causes indicated, it is necessary to define a specific therapy that considers the diagnosis and the overall clinical picture of the patient suffering from the disease.
Since providing univocal solutions to the bromopnea problem is impossible, only a specialist dental visit can suggest a therapeutic path suitable for the individual case.
Remember that good oral hygiene, combined with regular check-ups, helps prevent the development of bad breath and many oral and general health problems.