Microbial decay in the oral cavity is one of the most important causes of bad breath.
Sulfur gas formed as a result of reactions in the mouth is the biggest factor in the formation of bad breath.
Most of the microorganisms responsible for bad breath play a role in gum diseases. In other words, there is a positive relationship between bad breath and gum diseases. When the tongue surface is covered with food residues, bad breath is felt more severely.
Although it can be caused by many different reasons, about 85% of all bad breath complaints have their origin in the oral cavity.
Regular dental check-ups will help eliminate bad breath caused by teeth and gums. Additionally, as a daily oral care, tooth brushing, flossing, tongue cleaning, oil pulling and using oral probiotics will help your oral flora to become regular.