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Would you tell your partner they have bad breath? Dental nurse and Oral-B spokesperson Debora Carrier shares having the discussion with a loved about bad breath will probably be uncomfortable, but it’s important. Bad breath can be caused by food, coffee and or it can be a chronic condition caused by gum disease, dry mouth, mouth nose and throat conditions, cancers and medication. Regular dental checkups can detect problems before they become more serious.
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