Halitosis Treatment

If you are concerned about chronic bad breath, also known as halitosis, you are not alone. Over 50 million people in the United States share your problem. There are various reasons for this condition, one of which is poor oral hygiene. Not brushing your teeth or brushing them improperly can lead to bad breath. That is not the only source of halitosis. Sometimes other health conditions can cause bad breath, also. If that turns out to be the case, you will be referred to your primary care physician. Other dental related causes are bacterial build up; gum disease can cause bad breath too. Decaying teeth are another common cause of halitosis. Most people with chronic halitosis have a buildup of large amounts of volatile Sulphur compounds on the back of the tongue. These compounds are the result of proteins being broken down by the bacteria in the mouth. This is what causes the bad odor.

You may not even be aware that you have halitosis unless someone mentions it to you. It can be embarrassing to find out that people have been avoiding you because of your constant bad breath. Many dentists are not well informed about the causes and treatment of severe halitosis. Fortunately, at Moores Chapel Dentistry, we are informed and armed to fight against it with general dentistry.

Treatment for Bad Breath

The procedure for eliminating your bad breath depends upon the cause. If it is due to decaying teeth, then they need to be cleaned out and filled. If it is due to bacterial build up, your teeth need to be cleaned professionally and a special mouthwash and toothpaste may be recommended for you to use. These special products contain ingredients that kill the bacteria that cause plaque buildup and halitosis. Chronic halitosis can be treated and your bad breath can be eliminated. Contact our office today to schedule your appointment. Dr. Chun Peng will consult with you about the causes and treatment for your particular situation.

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Testimonials

I've always been scared of the dentist I'm talking bad nerves and all but Dr Chun Peng and his staff took amazing care of me I had to get a tooth pulled usually I would get put to sleep but he numbed me up and I can honestly tell u I didn't feel a thing was a little sore and swollen yesterday today all my swelling is gone and I'm not that sore he's truly amazing and I'll definitely be going back to see him and his staff

Whitney B.

Very nice experience...they make you feel right at home like your family. Didn't have a long wait time. Excellent service...Dr. Chun and his assistants were every, kind and caring. They explain to you everything that they're doing befor and during the procedures. I would recommend any of my friends and family to go to Moores Chapel Dentistry.

Tijuana H.

Dr. Peng and his staff are all very friendly snd knowledgable. If you don't have a great smile when you get there, you will have one by the time you leave. Thanks, guys!!

Kim L.

Moores Chapel Dentistry is amazing! The facility itself is exceptionally clean, the staff is very open and friendly (Katey was the nicest assistant that's ever worked with me!) If you are worried about going to a Dentists office, you won't be anymore after you visit here!

Ronnie A.

They are the kindest people and do whatever it takes to make you comfortable. Always willing to explain what's about to happen in order to calm your nerves.

Emily J.

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9115 Samlen Ln, Suite 105, Charlotte NC 28214
Tel: (704) 398-9299
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