Phoenix, AZ – Aug 18, 2014 – Desert Dentistry, a Phoenix-based dentistry company, posted a new article on the Desert Dentistry website, titled “How to Get Rid of Bad Breath.” Bad breath, or halitosis, can result from a number of causes. And, to get rid of bad breath once and for all, you have to find the root of the problem. The dentists at Desert Dentistry have these tips to offer.
“If you really want to get rid of bad breath, a breath mint won’t do the trick: you have to go to the source. Your halitosis could be caused by anything from jamming a marble up your nose to serious health problems.”
The entire article can be found at: http://www.desertdentistry.com/
Learn more about Desert Dentistry at www.DesertDentistry.com
About Desert Dentistry:
Desert Dentistry’s mission is to bring the Midwestern values of honesty, integrity and friendliness into the dentist’s office, provide quality services as quickly and efficiently as possible, and to make dentistry not only convenient – but maybe even fun. With offices in North Central Phoenix, South Central Phoenix, Ahwatukee, Payson, and Surprise, they offer top-notch dental care from general to cosmetic dentistry all over the Phoenix area. All five offices have been recognized for the high level of customer service they provide.
About Dr. Thomas Mattern
Dr. Thomas Mattern has been a practicing dentist since 1988 and is the founder of Desert Dentistry. He has been a member of the American Dental Association and The Academy of General Dentists for over 25 years, obtained a fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists in 2007, and was awarded Diplomat ranking from the American Dental Implant Association in 2011 (an honor given to only 1 percent of dentists). With Brian Tracy, Dr. Mattern recently co-authored the best-selling book Change Agents: The World’s Leading Experts Reveal Their Secrets for Successfully Changing the Status Quo to Help Their Clients Lead Better Lives and Run Better Businesses. Giving back to the community has always been a priority for Dr. Mattern, who has opened his office every year since 2003 to the ADA Give Kids a Smile program, providing care to disadvantaged children.