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Sharpstown, Houston Dentist: Halitosis, Bad Breath Oral Health Treatment Expands

Dentist 101 of Houston (713-773-1300) has expanded its service area for halitosis treatments, including routine dental check-ups, cleanings, and gum procedures for patients in Sharpstown and the surrounding neighborhoods.

The new service expansion is in line with a recent report from Colgate that found 60 million people in the US suffer from chronic halitosis. Some researchers estimate this number is larger - and to address concerns, Dentist 101 of Houston is offering targeted treatments.

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As part of the halitosis treatment program, routine dental checkups are encouraged, with regular cleaning available to remove the plaque and tartar that contains the bacteria often causing bad breath.

“Our team takes pride in getting to know you and your family because we are committed to developing enduring relationships with our patients,” a spokesperson explains.

In most cases, halitosis stems from consistently poor oral hygiene allowing plaque buildup on the tongue, gums, and teeth. Food debris, bacteria, and mucus accumulate leading to compounds that create unpleasant odors. Smoking, alcohol use, medications, and underlying issues like dry mouth also contribute - with symptoms typically including consistent breath odor and even a metallic taste in the mouth.

The team explains that, in some cases, even brushing and flossing can't combat halitosis if not paired with professional dental care.

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Routine checkups allow dentists to detect and determine the cause for halitosis early on before it becomes severe or damages oral health long term. If gum disease is found along with plaque buildup during an exam, tooth, gum, and bacteria removal procedures may be advised to eliminate odor. For persistent halitosis triggers, a tongue scraper along with an oral probiotic could help, Dentist 101 of Houston explains.

As a multilingual, family-friendly practice, Dentist 101 serves Sharpstown while making clinical dental services comfortable and accessible. Lead dentist Dr. Su has years of experience treating halitosis issues with sensitivity, from checkups determining halitosis onset to deep cleanings that resolve underlying gum disease.

The spokesperson adds: "We serve Westchase, Briar Forest, Bellaire, Alief, Mid-west, Braeburn, Chinatown, and several other suburbs around Houston, Texas. We will explain everything you need to know in English, Chinese, or Spanish, taking our time to make sure that you feel heard and understood."

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Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Jessica Su
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Organization: Dentist 101 of Houston
Address: 9180 Bellaire Blvd Ste B, Houston, TX 77036, United States
Phone: +1-713-773-1300

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89115153

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