Dental One Associates of Fayetteville
410 N Jeff Davis Drive, Fayetteville, GA 30214

Bad Breath Treatment in Fayetteville, GA

Bad breath can be a serious issue. Surveys have shown that people find oral odor to be a major turn-off, even more so than having stains on clothes, being bald, having yellow teeth or acne. While many people may think that all they need to do is gargle with some mouthwash to get rid of their halitosis, they could be wrong. People with particularly bad breath should visit a dentist in Fayetteville to get it professionally treated, since halitosis could actually be the sign of a serious dental problem.

Bad breath isn’t just caused by onions and garlic. Rather, everything you eat can result in halitosis. When you eat, it’s not just yourself that you’re feeding. You’re also feeding the millions of bacteria that live inside your mouth, who then produce waste, which causes bad breath. However, food is not the only thing that can lead to oral odor. Tooth decay and plaque can cause bad breath, which is why people should visit a dentist if their mouth consistently smells. A buildup of plaque can cause gum disease, and even lead to teeth falling out, but luckily our Fayetteville dentists can remove the plaque that brushing and flossing can miss.

Also, dry mouth is a common cause of bad breath, which is another thing that should be treated by a professional. When the mouth is dry, then there is no saliva to wash away the cavity-causing bacteria in the mouth. Dry mouth can be caused by oral issues or certain medications, which is something that our Fayetteville dentists will be able to help determine and treat. Skipping meals is another common cause of dry mouth, since eating helps stimulate saliva production. People with bad breath should consider keeping gum with them at all times so they chew on something to keep saliva flowing.

Finally, if all of these reasons aren’t enough for people to visit a dentist do help get to the bottom of bad breath, there’s still one more. Serious diseases such as some cancers, and conditions such as metabolic disorders can cause bad breath as a result of the chemicals they produce in the body. These conditions should not go undiagnosed, and a dentist will be able to rule out other potential causes of halitosis and determine if you should visit a doctor to get screened for cancer or other diseases.

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Good care, friendly, efficient.
Candace H.
Dr. Perez is tremendously talented, personable, and professional. His assistant, Tyrone, is awesome. I recently had a root canal and crown procedure. The root canal was PAINLESS. Dr. Perez performed […]
Bruce H.
Friendly atmosphere and appointment times are with no long waiting.
Robert F.
I was treated like a human being, with care, respect and dignity! I am completely satisfied with the service from making my appointment by phone, to checking out. My hygienist was gentle and thorough […]
Danielle D.
Friendly courteous staff.
Mack W.
Awesome services received by Dr. Johanson and his staff on every visit. He really takes good care of his patients and he explains the procedures thoroughly.
Nicole M.
They were very attentive to my issues, also kind and informative.
Alexandra M.
Miriam was excellent! Dr. Jo is always the best.
Cheryl H.
Courteous and efficient
Richard F.
This hygienist was much better than the last one that I had.
Mary M.
Everyone was very courteous and I had to wait only a few minutes before being called. Toni my hygienist was awesome as usual and Dr. Jo spent the time that was I needed to explain my procedure that […]
Virtue H.
Very thorough.
Kelsie L.
I love my dentist!!!!
Janet R.
All great. It’s just that we are in Newnan so it is a distance to travel. But we are very happy so we make the trip
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Quality services, great and friendly staff! Loved it, check them out!
Candace W.
Very nice facility staff. Good services. Efficient. No hard sell for products. I changed from another dentist since hubby raved about them. Not disappointed nor sorry I did.
Tammy S.
Awesome experience from beginning to end! I came in for receding gums, and the doctors set up a a treatment plan that was quick and easy. I had me teeth cleaned today, and the staff was gentle and […]
Michelle S.
Great experience
Amanda W.
I broke a tooth at work. I called the office immediately after lunch. Dr. Jo and his team worked me in to their schedule.
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Staff makes you feel right at home. All very competent.
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Office Hours
Mon. – 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tue. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri. – 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (678) 228-8348
Fax: (770) 460-7249
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  • Monday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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