Nothing Works For My Bad Breath

I'm not ugly... Just don't want to risk anyone seeing a picture of me... lol

I'm not ugly... Just don't want to risk anyone seeing a picture of me... lol





I've been having problems with my bad breath. I went to the dentist and he said my teeth were good and suggested that I get my wisdom teeth pulled. After they'd been pulled, I was still having problems with bad breath.

Next he suggested I take something for my heartburn, but that didn't work either. I then went to the doctor and asked him if I had tonsil stones and was also tested for diabetes, which I don't have.

I brush my teeth about 5 times a day and FLOSS and even use a waterpik in the morning and afternoon and after every meal. I even tried that mouth wash "Smart Mouth," but it just made things worse.

It just doesn't seem fair. How can other kids my age be able to go to clubs and out on dates without worrying about their breath. It's starting to really affect my life. IF anyone can help me PLEASE. It's been a battle for about 7 years and I'm not one to give up, but I'm not sure what else to do....

Gary's Response: You're absolutely right... It isn't fair, so let's see what can be done.

First, read my article Fourteen Guidelines To Help You
Prevent Bad Breath
. Make sure you're following all the basic bad breath prevention techniques I've identified in the article.

Next, use the links in the article or click here for the TheraBreath order page. Get their basic toothpaste and oral rinse. If you can afford it, get some of the TheraBreath mints or chewing gum. Both items contain the same active ingredient as the toothpaste and oral rinse. This means that you can eliminate bad breath at the critical moment and not just mask it temporarily.

Please don't hesitate to post back if you have additional questions.

Gary

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May 12, 2011
Frustrated
by: Anonymous

I am in the exact same situation that was just described. No oral issues. Was taking heartburn medication for years, and nothing has changed. I don't have diabetes. It's started to affect my interactions with other people. It's been going on for so long, I refuse to talk to anyone unless I absolutely have to. I'm depressed and I don't know what else to do.

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