Platinum Dental, Inc.
San Marcos, California
new patient special
San Marcos dentist treats patients for bad breath
bad breath, dog breath, dragon breath, halitosis

Bad Breath: Right Under Our Nose

Bad breath, or halitosis, is a problem that affects between 35 to 45 percent of world population chronically. Morning breath (sometimes referred to as "dragon breath") is a condition that affects almost everyone. Sometimes bad breath may be due to what we have recently ingested. Sometimes it is an indication or gum disease or other disease in the mouth and the oral cavity. At other times it may be a sign of a more systemic condition such as malnutrition or other medical disorder.

Bad Breath: How to Treat

If the bad breath is stemming from the plaque and the bacteria in the mouth, better oral hygiene combined with certain mouthrinses will aid in improving and eliminating bad breath. Gum disease also contributes to bad breath. If the gums are infected, as they are in gum disease, they harbor harmful (and often stinky) bacteria. As our San Marcos family dentist explains, eliminating gum disease has a positive impact on improving bad breath.

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Platinum Dental, Inc.
San Marcos, California
HOURS

Mon 10-7

Tues 9:30-5:30

Wed 9:30-5:30

Thurs 9-6

Fri 9-2

Looking for a caring and quality dentist?
Meet our dentist in San Marcos,
Dr. Sonny Eslampour, DDS.

We offer quality family dentistry in a comfortable setting. Our high tech practice offers digital X-rays for increased safety, non-toxic white fillings and nitrous oxide for increased comfort.

Our san marcos dental practice offers regular dental procedures as well as highly specialized services such as TMJ therapy, Invisalign and oral sleep apnea therapy.

Call or stop by our San Marcos dentist office today.
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*Regular value of $342. New patients only with no dental insurance.
Cannot be combined with other offers.
Cannot be applied to insurance copayment.
Up to 6 digital X-rays.
Cleaning in abscence of gum disease.
Does not apply toward specialty services such as TMJ therapy or sleep apnea.