Approximately 35% of people have bad breath. If you or someone you know has bad breath, give us a call for guaranteed cure.
Answers to Common Questions
The Florida Breath Center has a 20-year track record of Curing Bad Breath. Unlike other offices, we totally eliminate the source of the problem. That takes time and skill and the use of patented instruments – instruments only available in one other office in the world.
Is Treatment at the Florida Breath Center guaranteed?
Yes. After curing hundreds of people in the last 20 years, we are so certain that our techniques will CURE you of Bad Breath, we GUARANTEE it or your money back. It is the only CURE that comes with a money-back guarantee.
How Long Does Treatment at the Florida Breath Center Last?
For the vast majority of patents, virtually a lifetime. Just like you brush and floss, you will need to perform some additional preventive maintenance. It is quite simple to do and adds a few minutes to your personal care.
How Much Does Halitosis Elimination cost?
During the two hour examination, we will use a special gas chromatograph and other techniques to diagnose the actual cause of your problem. If bad breath is your main complaint, there is an additional fee for this specialized exam.
After diagnosing the cause of your bad breath, you will be presented with a specific treatment program and cost summary for your individual needs. We offer a cure, not a low-cost, short-term treatment. To totally eliminate bad breath from your life, for a severe case, your investment would be similar to 3-4 crowns or complete braces. And, if cost is an issue, we offer ﬁnancing that allows payment to extend over 1 year with no interest.
If you are truly interested in saying goodbye to your bad breath and getting your life back, call us today.
In addition, we have pioneered the use of the laser to enhance the cure of bad breath and treat your periodontal disease if this is a component of your bad breath.
TOP 10 MYTHS ABOUT THE CAUSE OF BAD BREATH
It comes from the stomach?
There are two sphincters that prevent air from coming back up from the stomach except when you belch or have GERD so the stomach almost never is the cause of bad breath. Probiotics also will not help to control bad breath.
It comes from the sinuses?
The mucous of sinus infections may occasionally show up in the back of the throat but is not a cause of consistent bad breath so don’t have sinus surgery to treat your bad breath.
It comes from the tonsils?
Occasionally people have sioliths on their tonsils. These, when they come loose, can have an odor but are not a cause of consistent bad breath so don’t have your tonsils removed to treat your bad breath.
The right mouthwash or breath mint will solve my bad breath problem?
Mouthwashes and breath mints are, at best, only a temporary cover-up because they do not completely eliminate the bacterial cause of bad breath.
Antibiotics will treat my bad breath?
Occasionally this can be a temporary help but they do not penetrate the biofilm causing bad breath and don’t kill the anaerobic bacteria that don’t grow in air.
Bad breath is not offensive so why worry?
See the common odors produced by your bad breath:
It’s caused by some medical problem that I have?
This can rarely be true. Severe lung, kidney or liver disease can produce an oral odor but these diseases will usually be obvious.
Good brushing and flossing will cure my bad breath?
Many of the patients that we see with bad breath have excellent oral hygiene.
Bad taste indicates bad breath?
This is rarely true.
FACTS ON BAD BREATH
Between 35 and 45 percent of the people in the world have some level of halitosis or bad breath, however everyone suffers from bad breath at some point in their life and at sometime of the day.
Researchers estimate that over 80 million Americans suffer from chronic halitosis. At least 99% of everyone else has “dragon breath” in the morning.
Each year, Americans spend over $10 billion on oral hygiene products (i.e. gums, mouthwashes, toothpastes, etc.) to combat chronic bad breath. These products only mask and cover up the problem. 9 out of 10 bad breath sufferers spend in excess of 72 hours and $400 a year just battling their condition, and see barely any results.
In a survey of 5,000 singles conducted by Match.com, 43% said fresh breath mattered the most before a date, 17% said stylish clothes, 15% said sexy fragrance, 14% said good skin, and 10% said great hair. Dating studies show that bad breath is among the 3 most unattractive traits in dating prospects.
70% of teens say bad breath is an instant turnoff; 85% believe it’s the most important thing to avoid when meeting someone for the first time.
Bad breath sufferers are 60% more likely to suffer from stress than non-sufferers. 57% of bad breath sufferers report feelings of depression because of their problem.
71% of bad breath sufferers have at some time considered enduring painful and evasive surgery in an attempt to eliminate halitosis, only to find surgery is useful in less than 3% of cases