Halitosis Treatment in
Stamford

Halitosis, also known as chronic bad breath, can be an embarrassing problem. At Regency Family Dental, we offer solutions for patients suffering from halitosis.

Dental Halitosis Treatment in Stamford

Halitosis is usually caused by trapped bacteria between the teeth, on the tongue or below the gum line. Patients often use gum, mints or other remedies to try to solve the problem. Unfortunately, those only provide a quick fix and do not address the root of the problem. Our treatments can help you find a permanent and effective solution that can also lead to a healthy and beautiful smile.

One of the primary treatments is a professional teeth cleaning to remove trapped bacteria. If the problem persists, the doctor may recommend a tongue scraping since the tongue is one of the places for bacteria to inhabit. Sometimes, halitosis can be a sign of gum disease. If this is the case, we offer periodontal services that can help with this issue.

Prevention is critical, and the best way to prevent halitosis is with excellent oral care practices. Brushing twice a day, flossing daily and visiting us for a checkup twice a year is recommended.

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Rachel F.

My husband and I have both switched to Regency Dental and are so happy. I was so surprised with the level of care I received during my check up. I have never had a dentist spend that amount of time with me and conduct such a thourough exam! In addition, I have terrible sensitivity and they made sure that my appointment was comfortable. I highly recommend this practice!!!!

Maria P.

A very friendly atmosphere! My best experience in a dental office with no wait time and the best teeth cleaning.

Deepesh S.

Excellent service provided by Dr. Shrotriya. Popped in and popped out. Very straight forward and not looking to have me spend on work or things I don't need. Very friendly staff and good atmosphere in office.Highly recommend to everyone who is looking for a nice dentist.
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