He used lasers and ozone on ulcers and that cleared them up in two days.
Actually, it's not new. A reference is made to the use of hydrogen peroxide in dentistry in 1746. It was recommended for the treatment of pus pockets around the teeth, to be followed by excision of the dead tissues (although back then it was too expensive for the common man!)
The treatment consists of rubbing a mixture of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide into the gums. It's not quite that simple. The dentist has to do some housecleaning around your mouth, and the patient has to take the time at home for the peroxide to do the job. But the treatment is basically very simple and very effective.
The sinuses, those holes in your head bone below your eyes, are a very like culprit for bad breath -- there's snot up there that can get infected and rancid. The best treatment for this type of halitosis is H2O2. Take the drugstore variety, which is three precent, dilute it 50 percent with water and put five to ten drops in each nostril -- sniff it up vigorously. (It will burn a little). Do this twice daily and see if it helps. If it doesn't, then your problem is not your sinuses.
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