Bad Breath or Halitosis Treatment

Serving Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Are friends and relatives always asking you if you would like gum or breath mints?

Bad breath can be an embarrassing problem, but luckily you may not have to live with it for long. Dr. Roper offers advanced breath treatment for guests who need a little help controlling chronic bad breath.

You are what you eat. An affinity for garlic, onions and other notoriously pungent foods can be one of the reasons for bad breath. But if you avoid the garlic and the bad breath is still hanging around, it may be time to see a specialist.

Volatile Sulfur Compounds

Chronic bad breath may mean you are carrying around an excessive amount of VSCs, or volatile sulfur compounds, in your mouth. VSCs originate when anaerobic bacteria convert proteins from foods like fish, milk, meat, and eggs. Strategically formulated breath treatments target these VSCs and reduce them by treating the source and minimizing the anaerobic bacteria.

Bad breath may also be a sign of a more serious problem involving the teeth and gums, so it is wise to see an experienced breath treatment dentist. Dr. Roper has helped hundreds of British Columbia residents beat bad breath with simple and effective treatments.

Don’t let chronic bad breath affect your life and your self-confidence any longer! Talk to Dr. Roper about current fresh breath treatments.

Dr. Roper helps guests in Campbell River, Courtenay, Comox Valley, Vancouver Island, Nanaimo and British Columbia put a stop to bad breath. Call or E-Mail Roper Aesthetic Dentistry for your free smile evaluation and find out how affordable bad breath treatment can be.

(250) 923-9363
Roper Aesthetic Dentistry
Changing Lives One Smile at a Time
201-2276 S. Island Hwy.
Campbell River, BC, Canada V9W 1C3
Fax: (250)923-9365


Aesthetic Dentistry

(250) 923-9363
Fax: (250) 923-9365
201-2276 S. Island Hwy.
Campbell River, BC, Canada V9W 1C3


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(250) 923-9363