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Five (5) Reasons for Your Bad Breath


Bad breath, often known as halitosis, is most likely not a life or death situation. However, it has the potential to make you feel self-conscious and have a detrimental influence on your quality of life. The majority of individuals who suffer from bad breath are coping with bacterial infections in their mouths. There are, however, additional factors that contribute to this awkward situation. Educating yourself on the subject may assist you in combating this manageable issue.

Here are five reasons why you have embarrassingly bad breath.
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  • Mouth feeling dry. A reduction in saliva flow may be caused by a number of different factors. The majority of the time, medicine or mouth breathing is to blame. Saliva helps to prevent bad breath by washing away food particles from your mouth and oral cavity. The condition of dry mouth may be alleviated by increasing salivation.
  • Gum disease is associated with poor oral hygiene. Gum disease may develop as a result of improper brushing and flossing techniques or insufficient frequency of brushing and flossing. If you have bad breath, it might be a symptom that you have plaque on your teeth.
  • Bad Breath Caused by Eating Too Much. Food particles that are not removed by brushing or flossing attract germs, which results in foul breath. Following the consumption of pungent-smelling meals such as garlic or onions, it is extremely vital to wash your teeth.
  • Tobacco and smoking are two of the most harmful habits a person can have. Tobacco is terrible for your health in general, and it is especially detrimental for your dental health. The use of tobacco products, such as cigarettes and gum, may lead to the development of gum disease and oral cancer.
  • Infections of the mouth and other medical problems. Your poor breath may be caused by a mouth infection, sinus infection, or even the common cold for a short period of time. Even medical disorders such as diabetes and GERD may result in bad breath. It's always a good idea to consult with Dr. Marianne Cohan to establish the root of the problem.

We are here to help you.

Even if you practice proper oral hygiene, it's vital to schedule an appointment with Dr. Marianne Cohan at our Las Vegas office to deal with or prevent complications associated with chronic bad breath. We can assist you in determining the source of your halitosis as well as provide treatments that will enable you to experience fresh breath without the usage of mints or other breath freshening products. When it comes to eradicating the issue of bad breath, we are your best ally, just as we are with everything else connected to dental health. Contact us at Summerlin Dental Solutions now to learn more.



Dr. Marianne Cohan was voted The Best Dentist/ Dental Office and Best Cosmetic Dentist from The Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2020 and 2021. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1992.

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With an emphasis on cosmetic dentistry, complete makeovers, and implant dentistry, Dr. Cohan is committed to continuing education and feels that we never stop learning.  Dr. Cohan takes pride in using high-powered magnification to perform minimally invasive restorative dentistry. She uses all the latest technological advances including digital radiography, digital photography, computer simulations, and high-resolution pictures of your proposed treatment on 55-inch screens.  She also utilizes CBCT (cone beam) and laser technology.

Dr. Cohan is always available to her patients and is available for any dental emergency.


851 S Rampart Blvd #230, Las Vegas, NV 89145 | (702) 341-9160
851 S Rampart Blvd #230, Las Vegas, NV 89145 | (702) 341-9160