Bad Breath Report

How To Quickly & Easily Eliminate Chronic Bad Breath! Plus 5 Questions That Reveal You May Have Bad Breath Without Even Knowing It!
From the desk of Dr. Wascow
Mundelein, IL
Monday 9:23am

Dear Friend,

Have you ever been speaking with someone, only to be completely turned off by his or her terrible breath?

Have you ever wondered if you were the person that had offensive breath during a conversation?

If so, don’t worry. It’s very common. I think it’s fair to say that this has happened to most of us and when it does happen to you, you know you can’t wait to dodge away from the person speaking in front of you!

However, there is something called chronic bad breath and to eliminate it, it takes more than just eating a few mints or chewing gum.

Right now you may be thinking: I never thought I had bad breath! And perhaps you don’t

But consider this: most of the MILLIONS of Americans that suffer from chronic bad breath don’t even know they smell bad!

So if you’ve seen some signs lately, this report is just for you. It will allow you to discover if you may have bad breath and it reveals a simple step you can take to eliminate it quickly and easily!

Face it, bad breath is embarrassing most people find it intolerable and it definitely can become a social handicap

My name is Dr. Wascow, and I’ve have the privilege of helping people eliminate chronic bad breath and halitosis practically on a daily basis.

Before I explain to you EXACTLY how, and before I can help you determine if you have the kind of bad breath that sends people around you fleeing for coverfirst, I want to tell you

“Why You Can’t Always Tell If You Have Bad Breath”

We live, eat, drink, and sleep in our bodies day in and day out and as a result, we become acclimatized to our own bodily scents.

In fact, there’s actually a medical term for this: it’s called “habituation.”

Because of habituation, we are generally unable to recognize our own bodily ìsmellsî as strong or unpleasant because we are constantly exposed to them 24 hours a day, 7days a week.

Think about it if people were able to smell their own scent, why would some of us walk around stinking of body odor?

It’s not out of choice it’s because people who smell don’t always know they smell!

That fact is we are desensitized to our own body odors because we are constantly exposed to them.

And just as people can’t always tell if they have bad body odor, YOU can’t necessarily tell if you have bad breath!

You can try cupping your hands over your nose to try and get a sense of how your breath smells

But realistically, you’re going to have a very hard time trying to distinguish if your breath is pleasant or not.

So to help you out, here are a few more ways you can REALLY check if you have a bad breath problem

“5 Ways To Find Out If You Have chronic Bad Breath…”

There are a few tricks you can use to check your own breath and evaluate whether or not you may have a mouth odor problem (also known as halitosis)

Question #1: Has someone you know checked your breath and confirmed you have a problem?

If not, ask someone that you feel comfortable with. In this case, it’s important to ask someone you trust. You want someone you can rely on to give you honest feedback without worrying that it will hurt your feelings.

Just stand a few feet back from your friend or relative and speak at normal volume for a few minutes. Ask your test subject to let you know if they smell an offensive odor as you talk.

If you are feeling a little too embarrassed to ask someone to check your breath for you, you may want to consider a different option

Question #2: Have you done the “Lick test”?

Ok, before you start thinking I’m crazy here, just give me a moment to explain

If you lick the back of your arm or wrist and then let the saliva dry (it only takes a few seconds), you can then smell the spot and get a sense of what your breath smells like.

The down side of this approach is that there is a lot more bacteria in your mouth than in a small sample of your saliva, which means that your breath could smell a heck of a lot worse than the spot on your wrist or arm.

Also, your bad breath can be worse at certain times of the day, and depending on when you lick your wrist or arm, you might not get a clear sense of just how bad the problem is.

For this reason, you may want to consider the third and most reliable method

Question #3: Have you noticed others notice your breath?

Have you ever wondered why someone you were talking to suddenly drew back as if your words literally shot out at them? Do you sometimes see people dodge their head or squint their eyes as you speak to them? If so, this could be their way of telling you about your breath.

If this has happened frequently, it’s almost a sure sign.

Question #4: Do you smell your own breath when chewing gum?

Contrary to what I mentioned before, there are times your breath can get to the point of smelling bad even to yourself. Many people with chronic bad breath claim their gum smells a little different. Rather than a fresh mint smell alone, it’s mixed with a little “wang”  smell that is not the usual gum scent.

Question #5: Have you asked a professional?

Your best bet is to make a Free Consultation with an experienced dentist who can test your mouth for certain kinds of foul smell-producing bacteria. That’s where I come in. I’ll explain more about bad mouth bacteria and our Free Consultation in a moment.

But once it’s apparent that this bacteria is the cause of your halitosis, I can show you exactly how to eliminate embarrassing bad breath for good!

“So What Could Be Making My Breath Stink So Badly?”

This is one of the questions I’m most often asked by my patients, and there are several factors that may cause bad breath, that may make you smell less than pleasant to the people around you.

First of all, bad breath can be caused by particularly potent foods or liquids that you ingest — onions, garlic, certain fruit juices, alcohol or carbonated soda, for example.

The tobacco residue that smoking leaves behind in the mouth has also been known to cause terrible mouth odor.

Halitosis can also be a symptom of internal organ conditions, like lung, liver, or kidney diseases or even blood disorders or diabetes

But don’t panic! Bad breath doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a serious health condition

Because in the vast majority of cases, chronic bad breath is a result of dental causes like:

  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Gingivitis or other gum diseases (also known as periodontal disease)
  • Hidden tooth decay
  • Mouth infections or abscesses

The good news is these conditions can usually be treated eradicating bad breath forever!

But there’s also some bad news

If you have bad breath as a result of one of these conditions, and you don’t see a qualified dentist for treatment, you could be in for some serious dental problems!

Why? Well, in a nutshell, the problem is bacteria.

Let me explain let’s go back to the four dental causes of halitosis for a moment

Poor oral hygiene… If you don’t brush your teeth and floss between them every day, you could have a build up of food particles stuck between your teeth that are slowly rotting, creating a horrible smell

Worse yet, you could also be allowing plaque to accumulate around your gum line.

And when plaque is left sitting on your teeth for more than 12 hours at a time, toxins produced by the bacteria in plaque irritate your gums, causing

Gingivitis or other gum diseases (also known as ìperiodontalî disease)… This is the point where the plaque bacteria have made themselves at home in your mouth, and as they begin to ìsettle in.î

They begin producing toxins that irritate the gums, making them sore or tender

Creating gingivitis and other gum conditions that lead to

Tooth decay… and…

Mouth infections or abscesses… The point where the teeth, bones, and supporting tissue begin to break down under pressure from the bacteria in your mouth.

And guess what all of these bacterial conditions create??? You got it HORRIBLE SMELLING BREATH!

In other words, all of these conditions create an overgrowth of bacteria in your mouth, which leads to halitosis!

And this means a simple case of bad breath could be a symptom of a much more serious dental problem, one that — if left untreated — can result in tooth decay or even worse, permanent tooth loss!

This is why it’s absolutely CRUCIAL that if you suspect you have bad breath, request a Free Consultation with me as soon as possible to make sure you don’t have a more serious dental condition. Ill show you how to do that in a minute.

“Here Are Two Ways to Say Goodbye to Sour, Stinky, Horrible Bad Breath!”

Did you know that Americans spend more than $200 MILLION a year on average on products that are supposed to help cure bad breath?

I’m talking mouth sprays, mouthwash, mints and chewing gum, specialty toothpastes, and more

But if you think about it, would people keep spending their hard earned dollars on these kinds of products if they actually eliminated bad breath like they say they do?

Of course not! And it’s proof that these over-the-counter drug store treatments just plain don’t work!

Sure, your mouth may feel minty fresh while you’re using the product and you may continue to experience a minty aftertaste for an extra 15-20 minutes after that

But in 99% of cases, you will be back to driving people away with your bad breath in no time!

Why? Because mouth sprays, mouthwash, mints and chewing gum, specialty toothpastes, and products like them are all temporary solutions.

So rather than using products that simply camouflage the smell of bad breath, the wisest choice you can make is to seek a more permanent solution.

Here’s how:

“How To Finally Get Fresh, Pleasant, Kissable Breath”

As a dentist that specializes in halitosis and treating chronic bad breath, I have the training AND hands-on experience to be able to quickly identify if your bad breath is caused by a more serious condition

Like a build up of harmful mouth bacteria, gum disease , gingivitis, or painless but toxic tooth decay, you may not even be aware of.

As I said, bad breath is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about.

In fact, recent studies have shown that up to one-fourth of Americans suffer from some form of chronic halitosis!

This is a widespread problem, and one that many people find intolerable to be around people may be walking away from you and you may not even know why!

But it’s not the end of the world, because I CAN help you!

I have the pleasure of helping many, many people free themselves from this embarrassing social taboo, and I’d like to invite YOU to request a Free Consultation with me TODAY!

I have certain days and times set aside for free consultations. Only a few slots on certain days so I can’t say that we have many spaces available. But by completing the form on this page, this will put you next in line and we will do our best to get you in as fast as possible.

To make sure we don’t lose this opportunity to meet and discuss your situation in person, I urge to call (847) 713-5916 for your FREE Dental Consultation right away.

Procrastination is the killer of dreams! Don’t put this off!  — I can’t wait to sit down with you in person and talk with you about your situation!


Dr. Wascow.

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