Classification of Halitosis
1. Genuine Halitosis
2. Pseudo Halitosis
This system allows for multiple diagnoses in the same patient, represents the most accurate model to understand halitosis, and forms an efficient and logical basis for the clinical management of the complaint.
Newly proposed aetiologic classification divides pathologic halitosis into:
- Type 1 (oral)
- Type 2 (airway)
- Type 3 (gastroesophageal)
- Type 4 (blood-borne)
- Type 5 (subjective)
Generally, any halitosis complaint is potentially the sum or combination of these classifications.
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