What is stomatodysodia?
hal·i·to·sis. (hal’i-tō’sis), A foul odor from the mouth.
What is Tephromalacia?
An obsolete, imprecise term defined as either a destructive process of the cerebral or spinal grey matter, or the end result of such destruction—e.g.,wasting of the small muscles of the hand secondary to grey matter infarction in the anterior cervical spinal cord.
Which term means foul smelling breath?
Halitosis. The microscopic uneven surface of the tongue can trap bacteria that produce odors, contributing to bad breath. Bad breath, also called halitosis, can be embarrassing and in some cases may even cause anxiety.
Why does my mouth stink even after brushing?
Causes of bad breath even after brushing. When you brush your teeth, you prevent the buildup of bacteria on decaying food particles that can get stuck on your teeth or gums. These bacteria produce sulfur compounds that can lead to bad breath, especially if they don’t get brushed away.
How do you politely tell someone they have bad breath?
How to tell someone they have bad breath:
- Pull them aside and make sure nobody else can hear.
- Be gentle, but still direct.
- Use phrases like “I noticed” or “I had this problem too”
- Be relatable to help reduce the embarrassment.
What is the fastest natural cure for bad breath?
Try one of these bad breath remedies:
- Salt water rinse. A natural way to freshen your breath instantly is to use salt water to rinse your mouth.
- Apple cider vinegar.
- Eat your fruits and veggies.
- Make your own alcohol-free mouthwash.
- Tea tree oil.
Why does my boyfriend’s breath stink?
It can be caused by poor oral hygiene, strong-smelling foods and dental-health problems. Chronic bad breath usually results from bacteria on the tongue and mouth surfaces, releasing unpleasant odours. Short-term bad breath is associated with strong-smelling foods and drinks, e.g., fish, onions, garlic and coffee.