Why when u have an hole in your tooth it causes bad breath????

Because the tooth has decayed. I think you can figure it out from there....





Because the tooth has decayed. I think you can figure it out from there.

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11 Responses to “Why when u have an hole in your tooth it causes bad breath????”

  1. Woobie says:

    It causes pain…and dental pain is the worst type of pain….trust me i had my braces tightened right now…hurts!
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  2. Robyn D says:

    Because a hole usually indicates tooth decay(rot)
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  3. leilanibabyblu206 says:

    because when you eat and chew food gets stuck in there and that's just not good and therefore stinks your mouth up ultimately decaying the tooth. I was a dental assistant for a while I've seen some nasty mouths!
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  4. D C says:

    Because it is rotted. Smell a garbage dump lately? Same icky puky thing!

    Always brush and floss at least twice a day and have regular check ups every 6 months!
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  5. pushenboots says:

    It's called decay and rot.
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  6. cinnamon@ndspice says:

    could be some food stuck in it ,could be infection.
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  7. sasha1641 says:

    Food become lodged in the tooth cavity and bacteria collect. This is what causes the bad breath
    if you have a cavity, rinse your mouth after eating to prevent the bacteria that cause bad breat and further damage to your tooth.
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  8. HeatherS says:

    Because the tooth has decayed. I think you can figure it out from there.
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  9. ThrottleNBottle says:

    Having a hole in the tooth causes bad breath for several reasons. A hole is a sign of tooth decay…it can be caused by lack of proper dental care, drugs, too much sugar, injury, certain disorders that cause the saliva to be very acidic, depletion of calcium, or frequent vomiting. As this hole gets progressively worse, the bacteria inside just keeps reproducing and deteriorating the tooth even more. As a result, the surrouding area of the tooth will become infected and will cause a foul odor, due to the bacterial infection. IT is not something you want to delay in getting treatment for. This problem will become permenent.
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  10. SCL. says:

    is it a cavity caused by too much sugar?
    because sugar is liek food/energy for bacteria
    which causes bad breath..
    unless you're talking about something different, and i'm totally off..
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  11. Amanda says:

    Because it is tooth decay. The bacteria is what is causing the odor. You really need to go to a dentist for them to determine whether they need to fix it with a filling, a root canal, or extraction.
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