Fresh Breath Treatment

We’ll help you enhance your relationships and feel more comfortable in social settings by helping you reduce bad breath.

We’re On Time

We respect your time and do everything we can to make sure your appointment starts on time.


We make every effort to see emergency visits on the same or next day.


We know that not everyone loves going to the dentist and make every effort to keep you happy!

About Bad Breath Treatment

Halitosis is the medical term for bad breath. Up to 60% of the adult population experiences this serious problem. It can adversely affect your personal, social, family and business relationships. Many people around you may be too embarrassed to tell you about your condition for fear of hurting your feelings.

  • Clear up bad breath
  • Boost your confidence
  • Discreetly treat your condition
  • Home care program plan
  • Diet and lifestyle analysis

Our Process

Our job is to show you what we see in your mouth, educate you on your options, and let you make the best decision for yourself. We never push unnecessary treatments and always give you options.

Give us a Call

The first step to better oral health is giving us a call to book an appointment.

Initial Visit

During your first visit we will take a look at function of your bite and health of your teeth. Then, we’ll learn about your oral health goals and give you any applicable treatment options.

Next Visit

As an education based practice, we believe that  knowledge provides our patients with the freedom to choose their optimal treatment journey.

Request an Appointment

Please fill out the form below, or call 604-707-6453 to ask us a question or book an appointment.


Is there a medical term for “bad breath”?

Yes, the medical term for bad breath is Halitosis.

How many people experience this problem of bad breath or halitosis?

Up to 60% of the adult population experiences chronic bad breath.

Why do I get bad breath?

Oral malodors are the usually result of volatile sulfur compounds specifically, hydrogen sulfide. These are produced by bacterial decomposition often from left over foods in between teeth and on the tongue, plaque, and dead decaying matter. It can also come from bacterial break down in gum pockets and old mercury leaky fillings. Bad breath can also be caused by some medical conditions of the body and certain medications.

How can I treat my bad breath?

Our dedicated team specializes in the detection, assessment and treatment of bad breath, bad taste and related conditions. A thorough assessment is performed as well as a complete diet and lifestyle analysis. A custom treatment plan including a full mouth cleansing, professional hygiene, laser sterilization and a custom home care program with Breath RX products is instituted.

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