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Quintessence Int 30 (1999), No. 5     1. May 1999
Quintessence Int 30 (1999), No. 5  (01.05.1999)

Page 295-301, doi:10.3290/j.qi.a28238


Operation of bad breath clinics
Neiders, Mirdza / Ramos, Brigette
The diagnosis and management ofbad breath can be easily incorporated in routine dental care by attending dentists. This article outlines the information necessary to establish a differential diagnosis of oral malodor. This includes evaluation ofmedical, dental, and halitosis history. It also includes the examination of extraoral and intraoral tissues and a thorough periodontal examination. The presence ofbad breath is established with organoleptic and hydrogen sulfide-monitor (Halimeter) measurements. The treatment of malodor resulting from oral overgrowth of anaerobic organisms in the oral cavity consists of mechanical and chemical reduction of the microbial flora by methods that are supported by scientific evidence.

Keywords: bad breath clinics, chlorhexidine, Halimeter, oral malodor, tongue scraping