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The role of Solobacterium moorei in oral malodour.
Journal of Breath Research; Vancauwenberghe F, Dadamio J et. al.

Nov 4th, 2013 - This study aims to analyze the correlation between Solobacterium moorei (S. moorei), both on the tongue and in saliva, and several oral malodour- and clinical parameters. Data from 193 patients visiting a halitosis clinic were used for analysis. A questionnaire assessed their general health, allergies, medication, smoking habits and oral hygiene. Following halitosis parameters were recorded: or...

Halitosis management by the general dental practitioner--results of an international co...
Journal of Breath Research; Seemann R, Conceicao MD et. al.

Feb 25th, 2014 - Clinical investigations on patients suffering from halitosis clearly reveal that in the vast majority of cases the source for an offensive breath odor can be found within the oral cavity (90%). Based on these studies, the main sources for intra-oral halitosis where tongue coating, gingivitis/periodontitis or a combination of the two. Thus, it is perfectly logical that general dental practitione...

Breaking paradigms: a new definition for halitosis in the context of pseudo-halitosis a...
Journal of Breath Research; Falcão DP, Vieira CN et. al.

Feb 29th, 2012 - It is known that almost one-third of patients who seeks treatment for bad breath do not have genuine halitosis. Halitosis can occur even in cases when the malodor is not perceived by those around the patient and can neither be confirmed by organoleptic tests, nor by sulfur portable monitor readings. In such cases, these patients have been considered as halitophobic or have pseudo-halitosis. The...

Halitosis (breath odor).
Periodontology 2000; Scully C, Greenman J

Aug 21st, 2008 - Halitosis (breath odor).|2008|Scully C,Greenman J,|diagnosis,etiology,therapy,microbiology,therapeutic use,methods,therapeutic use,

Periodontal diseases as a source of halitosis: a review of the evidence and treatment a...
Periodontology 2000; De Geest S, Laleman I et. al.

Apr 5th, 2016 - Bad breath (halitosis) is an important social complaint. In most cases (≥90%), the cause of halitosis can be found within the oral cavity. Under this circumstance, the term oral malodor applies. It affects both healthy and periodontally diseased individuals. Oral malodor is mainly caused by a microbial degradation of both sulfur-containing and nonsulfur-containing amino acids into volatile, bad...

Volatile sulfur compounds as a predictor for esophagogastroduodenal mucosal injury.
Gut and Liver; Yoo SH, Jung HS et. al.

Aug 31st, 2008 - Halitosis is a symptom that bothers patients more socially than medically and its pathogenic mechanisms are unclear and treatment armamenterium is limited. Clinicians generally ignored active interventions. Since halitosis is closely associated with volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs), we used a Halimeter and gas chromatography to measure VSCs in patients with Helicobacter-pylori (H. pylori)-assoc...

Halitosis and helicobacter pylori infection: A meta-analysis.
Medicine Dou W, Li J et. al.

Sep 29th, 2016 - Halitosis is used to describe any disagreeable odor of expired air regardless of its origin. Numerous trials published have investigated the relation between Helicobacter pylori (H pylori) infection and halitosis, and even some regimes of H pylori eradication have been prescribed to those patients with halitosis in the clinic. We conducted a meta-analysis to define the correlation between H pyl...

Halitosis and the tonsils: a review of management.
Otolaryngology--head and Neck Surgery : Official Journal ... Ferguson M, Aydin M et. al.

Aug 6th, 2014 - Halitosis secondary to pathology of the palatine tonsils is considered airway (type 2) halitosis in the etiologic classification. Reports differ as to the proportion of objective halitosis complaints that have tonsillar etiology, with some giving this figure as 3%. Due to their immunologic role, even healthy tonsils usually possess some subclinical inflammation. The tonsil crypt system is also ...

Prevalence of halitosis in children considering oral hygiene, gender and age.
International Journal of Dental Hygiene; Villa A, Zollanvari A et. al.

Mar 28th, 2014 - To date, few studies have addressed halitosis in the paediatric population. As such, the aim of the present study was to investigate symptoms, signs and risk factors associated with halitosis in healthy children and to present a model based on the clinical data that predicts the presence of halitosis. A total of 101 individuals were included. All patients received a questionnaire that queried o...

Relationship between genuine and pseudohalitosis and social anxiety disorder.
Journal of Oral Rehabilitation; Kursun S, Acar B et. al.

Jul 21st, 2014 - Halitosis is described as offensive breath caused by various factors such as periodontal diseases, bacterial coating of tongue, systemic disorders and different types of foods. Pseudohalitosis is a situation that patients complain of oral malodor even though they do not have offensive odour. The purpose of this study was to compare the relationships between social anxiety estimations and both p...

Novel reuterin-related compounds suppress odour by periodontopathic bacteria.
Oral Diseases; Fujiwara N, Murakami K et. al.

Jan 13th, 2017 - Halitosis is caused by volatile sulphur compounds including methyl mercaptan (CH3 SH) in the oral cavity and is a serious problem that limits interpersonal social communication. The aim of study was to evaluate the effects of reuterin-related compounds (RRCs) on halitosis-related periodontopathic bacteria in vitro. RRC-01, RRC-02 and RRC-03 (32 and 64 μg ml-1 ) in culture media containing Fusob...

Effect of rapid maxillary expansion on halitosis.
American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthoped... Sezen Erhamza T, Ozdıler FE

Nov 5th, 2018 - The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of rapid maxillary expansion (RME) on halitosis. Thirty children (11-15 years old) were randomly divided into RME and control groups. The RME group consisted of 15 children treated with hyrax appliances, and the control group included 15 children without treatment. Halitosis was evaluated with the halimeter and the organoleptic method. Plaq...

Effects of fixed and removable space maintainers on halitosis.
BMC Oral Health; Yıldızer Keriş E, Atabek D et. al.

Sep 23rd, 2016 - The current study evaluated the effects of fixed and removable space-maintainers on halitosis and oral health of children. Forty-three patients randomly selected between the ages 4-10 whom fixed or removable space maintainers were indicated in Gazi University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Pedodontics. The inclusing criteria were: caries-free (with/without restorations), with absence of p...

Detection of halitosis in breath: Between the past, present, and future.
Oral Diseases; Nakhleh MK, Quatredeniers M et. al.

Jun 17th, 2017 - To develop a new generation of diagnostics for halitosis, replacing the subjective organoleptic assessment, a series of exhaled breath analyzers has been developed and assessed. All three devices rely on the assessment of exhaled volatile sulfuric compounds (VSCs), which are mainly generated in and emitted from the oral cavity, contributing to the malodor. Portable, on-site and easy to use, the...

Listerine: past, present and future--a test of thyme.
Journal of Dentistry; Fine DH

Jul 21st, 2010 - Listerine, a mouthrinse composed of a mixture of essential oils, was created in 1879 and was originally formulated as a surgical antiseptic. In spite of its known antimicrobial properties it was thought of as a product in search of a use and promoted as a deterrent for halitosis and as a floor cleaner. In the last several years Listerine has emerged as a bona fide therapeutic agent for reductio...