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Halitosis

Halitosis or chronic bad breadth affects up to one quarter of the populationĀ  and its effects may be socially or professionally crippling. Offensive breath may be the result of poor oral hygiene; dental or oral infections; eating certain foods, for example, garlic or alcohol; use of tobacco. Some diseases affect breath odour, making it smell of acetone in diabetes or ammonia as in liver disease.