Bad Breath Treatment in London


Successfully treating halitosis for over 30 years

Do you need bad breath treatment in London?


Have you been told that you suffer from bad breath or suspect that you may have bad breath? It’s nothing to be ashamed about.

In fact, most people experience bad breath at some point in their lives, and 30 percent of the population suffers from chronic bad breath or halitosis.

We understand that bad breath is a delicate subject for most people, and for this reason, we treat it with sensitivity. We have an extremely high success rate for bad breath cases and are confident that we can help you eliminate your problem.

The vast majority of bad breath cases – nearly 90 percent – are caused by periodontal disease or gum disease. We are uniquely capable of providing bad breath and halitosis treatment because we’re experienced in the treatment of gum disease.

If you are wondering who you can turn to for a solution to your bad breath, the answer is really quite simple – us.

What leads to bad breath?

There are a number of reasons why you may be suffering from bad breath, and it’s nothing to be embarrassed about. In fact, almost everyone will struggle with bad breath at some point in their lifetime, the key is to know what sorts of things cause it so you can be better equipped to find the best halitosis treatment in the UK.

Some of the most common causes of bad breath include:

  • Periodontal disease
  • Poor oral hygiene leads to a build-up of bacteria
  • Eating specific foods that are strong, such as onion and garlic
  • Drinking beverages which can leave behind a smell like coffee
  • Some medications can cause bad breath
  • Medical conditions such as lung infections or diabetes
  • Lifestyle habits such as smoking and drinking
  • Dry mouth

The good news is that once you’ve identified the cause of your bad breath, you can start with the proper treatment straight away.

What are the effects of bad breath?

Although incredibly common, bad breath can have some negative side effects which may leave you feeling embarrassed or ashamed to socialise. Some of the most common effects of bad breath that we’ve heard from our patients include:

  • Feeling too embarrassed to socialise
  • Feeling dirty or unclean
  • Feeling too ashamed to pursue romantic connections

However, there are some other more serious effects which could occur from bad breath, including a faster progression of gum disease or other oral health issues. Or, it could serve as a signifier of other more serious underlying health issues, which is why it’s always advised that you see your dentist as soon as you notice persistent bad breath that’s not going away with brushing.

Why choose LCCD for bad breath treatment in London?


We have a highly skilled team of dentists that can produce amazing results with our various dental and cosmetic treatments. We have been providing cosmetic dentistry services for over 35 years, and Dr Druian is the number one cosmetic dentist for celebrities like the cast of Made in Chelsea as well as pop star Iggy Azalea. We offer complete smile makeovers in London using a bespoke combination of cosmetic treatments and advanced technology, whatever your dental needs are.

Working with Professors in dentistry in Phoenix Arizona, Dr Mervyn Druian set up the UK’s first London Cosmetic Fresh Breath Centre in 1990. Dr. Druian’s keen interest to eliminate the causes of gum disease and tooth decay instigated the development of a concept that was unique in its approach to dealing with the much-needed yet much-evaded issue of bad breath. We’re proud to be leaders in the cosmetic dentistry industry, delivering the highest quality, customised treatments with the best technology available.

Bad Breath Treatment FAQ


Dr Mervyn Druian, founder of the London Centre for Cosmetic Dentistry, has been recommending UltraDEX products for years to treat bad breath. Here he answers some of our most asked questions:

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