Products: Whitening

TheraBrite Whitening Products (Get Fresh Breath and Whiter Teeth!)

These products will give you a whiter smile by removing stains from your teeth, and they’ll freshen your breath.

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TheraBrite PLUS Oral Rinse

“Combines powerful breath freshening with unique oxygenating compounds to scrub away the yellow. Tastes great too! (powerful cinnamon flavor!)”

 

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TheraBrite PLUS Toothpaste

“I’ve combined portions of my PLUS formula with Diatomaceous whitening agents to maintain a white, bright, healthy smile. You’ll love the mild cinnamon taste!”

 

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TheraBrite PLUS Whitening Kit (+ 3 free rolls of ZOX!)

“The TheraBrite PLUS whitening system is the most effective home-whitening available. The Thermoplastic mouthgards mold to the contours of your teeth and gums, while the 21%+ carbamide peroxide gel delivers the fastest home whitening available. Have a whiter, brighter smile in just 5 days!”

 

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TheraBrite PLUS Deluxe Whitening Kit (+ 6 rolls of ZOX free!)

“The TheraBrite PLUS whitening system is the most effective home-whitening available. The Thermoplastic mouthgards mold to the contours of your teeth and gums, while the 21%+ carbamide peroxide gel delivers the fastest home whitening available. Have a whiter, brighter smile in just 5 days!”

 

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Bad Breath Prevention Products: PerioTherapy

PerioTherapy – For Healthy Gums

These PerioTherapy products prevent bad breath while killing the germs that cause gum disease.

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PerioTherapy Treatment Gel/Paste

This PerioTherapy gel toothpaste contains a potent formula designed to attack the anaerobic bacteria that allow the initiation of gum disease and also bad breath & taste disorders.

 

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PerioTherapy Oral Rinse

A potent formula designed to attack the anaerobic bacteria that allow the initiation of gum disease and also bad breath & taste disorders. Periotherapy Oral Rinse is especially helpful for people who are experiencing the onset of periodontal disease. When combined with the Periotherapy toothpaste treatment and the Hydrofloss it is extremely effective at halting gum diseases.

 

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PerioTherapy Kit

Stops Gum Problems AND Bad Breath. Get everything you need in one place with this kit.

 

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Bad Breath Products: For Dogs

For Dogs

If you want to get close to your dog, but the doggy breath turns you off, try this simple oral rinse.

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Oral Rinse (For dogs)

“An oxygenating solution developed specifically for dogs in conjunction with international vet experts. Great for their gums, teeth, and BREATH. Just add 2 capfuls to a bowl of their water, or use handy spray attachment for direct oral ‘shpritzing'”

Can be used for cats too. Just put it in their water bowl.

Click here to see the complete product line. Spray, shampoo, toothbrush, and toothpaste. Brush their teeth, put some spray in their water, and maybe even shampoo them for a real fresh scent!

 

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Bad Breath Prevention Tips

Here are some tips.

1. Don’t use conventional breath mints.

Sugar makes bad breath even worse. That’s the problem with conventional breath mints; they’re all sugar! And all bacteria grow in sugar; they love it! So when that mint taste goes away after 5 minutes, what does your breath actually smell like? Hmm…

Even worse are those ones that you swallow. Bad breath definitely does not come from the stomach!

Taste is not what determines fresh breath. Oxygen is what really matters.

Dr. Katz says, “The breath-freshening power of my gum lasts long after the taste runs out – this is because the taste is not what is responsible for the breath control.”

2. Use baking soda.

Dr. Katz says, “If you are having trouble with a metallic or sour/bitter taste, sprinkle some baking soda on the bristles of your toothbrush, then apply toothpaste and brush. The baking soda helps neutralize any excess acids in your mouth.”

Don’t forget to brush your tongue!

3. Switch to TheraBreath toothpaste.

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, otherwise known as soap, is a common ingredient in common toothpastes. In many studies, it has been linked to the production of canker sores because it irritates your oral mucosa. Play it safe and switch over to the good stuff.

4. Drink water.

As simple as it sounds, drinking lots of water is very helpful in the prevention of bad breath. A dry mouth easily harbors bacteria which leads to bad breath, so be sure to consistently drink enough water to keep your mouth moist.

5. Drink a cup of green tea a day.

Researchers at the Chicago College of Dentistry found that polyphenols, which are found in green tea, inhibit the growth of an odor-causing bacteria by 30%. Green tea is full of antioxidants and other good stuff so you should drink it even if you’re not worried about bad breath.

6. Quit smoking (or don’t start).

Smoking is horrible for your breath, and let’s not forget the rest of your body.

7. Breath through your nose.

The simple act of breathing through your nose instead of your mouth will reduce the chances of dry mouth, and therefore, will reduce the chance of bad breath.


What Causes Bad Breath?

It’s a common question, here’s the answer…

For the most part, poor oral hygiene is to blame. It starts with bacteria that builds up on your tongue and between your teeth and then breeds. These bacteria are the sources of the odor.

Bad breath could also be caused by a medical condition such as gum disease, cavities, oral cancer, or dry mouth (xerostomia).

Brushing and flossing regularly (along with these tips) will help most people. However, some people will need products specifically designed to eliminate bad breath.

Fortunately, there is a company named TheraBreath that makes such products, and you can buy them online.

Pro Tip: How To Smell Your Own Breath

Did you ever cup your hands over your mouth and nose and try to smell your own breath?

Don’t kid yourself, that never worked and it never will. You’re breathing out the same air that was already at the back of your nose, so the smell won’t be any different.

But here’s a trick that does work:

(Make sure your hands are clean first!)

  1. Lick the back of your hand.
  2. Let the saliva dry.
  3. Then smell the back of your hand.

That will let you smell any odor-causing bacteria from your mouth, so you are smelling your true breath.