Archive for the ‘Oral Rinse’ Category

TheraBreath – 1, Bad Breath – 0

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

If you’ve never given halitosis much thought, it’s time for you to start. While having bad breath may not seem like a big deal, it can do more than isolate you from your friends and repel
potential dates. Oral odor may also indicate poor dental hygiene. Regardless of what is causing your bad breath, TheraBreath is here to treat it.

When it comes to getting rid of bad breath, Americans spare no expense. After all, the best estimates about the prevalence of oral odor indicate that, at any one time, between one-quarter and one-half of all adults have halitosis.

Yikes! Makes you want to avoid crowded elevators.

How much do adults spend in the pursuit of fresh breath? A study published in the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association stated that in 1969, Americans spent $250 million on getting rid of bad breath – by 2011, that figure has risen significantly. Estimates vary, but most experts suggest that between $500 million and $5 billion is spent annually on eliminating halitosis.

That’s quite a chunk of change. However, you don’t have to spend a lot in order to have fresh breath. With TheraBreath, you can get a whiter smile and halitosis-free breath in days, thanks to our all-natural, mouth-moistening, oxygenating specialty products.

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Special TheraBreath Coupon Code For You!

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Hi!

This is a quick reminder that through this Monday, November 21st, any purchase over $40 at TheraBreath.com receives a FREE BOTTLE of THERABREATH PLUS Oral Rinse worth $15.

You can only get this deal by using COUPON CODE BRNS40 at checkout. Don’t wait. This offer is over in just a few days!

TheraBreath PLUS is new and improved. It is the most powerful oral rinse available without a prescription for halitosis, dry mouth, and gum health problems. Developed by Dr Harold Katz at the California Breath Clinics, this formula is the result of twenty years of research.

See for yourself how quickly TheraBreath PLUS oral rinse works on:

  • coffee breath
  • cigar and smokers breath
  • bad breath due to dry mouth from medications
  • odor from post nasal drip
  • morning breath
  • dry mouth symptoms
  • persistent gum irritation

Through November 21st, a full size bottle of TheraBreath PLUS is yours for free with any order over $40 using COUPON CODE BRNS40 at checkout. You don’t even pay for additional shipping in US or Canada. What do you have to lose? Order today.

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Only 4 more days for the TheraBreath Mouthwash sale at Target!

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Hi there! I just wanted to remind you that there are only 4 More Days to take advantage of the HUGE special at Target stores on TheraBreath Mouthwash. Target is having a sale from now until June 25th (this coming Saturday) and they are offering my TheraBreath Oral Rinse for only $6.29! That’s the lowest price ever at any national retailer!

Remember, you can also use this $1.00 off coupon which lowers the net price down to $5.29 each!

So click here to print out your dollar off coupon and hurry down to your local Target and stock up, but make sure to do it before this coming Saturday, June 25th!

To find the nearest Target to you, simply use our store locator, located on our website.

So go now to get your coupon and head on down to your local Target store and stock up on TheraBreath Oral Rinse before Saturday, June 25th.

Sincerely,

Harold Katz, DDS

** Note: Not all Target Stores carry TheraBreath Oral Rinse, but the store nearest to you should have it in stock.
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TheraBreath Mouthwash is on sale at Target through June 25th!

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Hi there! I just found out about a HUGE special at Target stores on TheraBreath Mouthwash, so I wanted to quickly let you know. Turns out that Target is having a sale from now until June 25th and they are offering my TheraBreath Oral Rinse for only $6.29! That’s the lowest price ever at any national retailer!

However to make the deal even sweeter, I’m also going to give you a $1.00 off coupon which lowers the net price down to $5.29 each! I would take full advantage of this sweet deal and stock up now.

So click here to print out your dollar off coupon and hurry down to your local Target and stock up.

To find the nearest Target to you, simply use our store locator, located on our website.

So go now to get your coupon and head on down to your local Target store and stock up on TheraBreath Oral Rinse before Saturday, June 25th.

Sincerely, Harold Katz, DDS

** Note: Not all Target Stores carry TheraBreath Oral Rinse, but the store nearest to you should have it in stock.
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Brushing a Dog’s (or Cat’s) Teeth

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

brush dog's teeth

Does your dog have bad breath? Well, maybe you are not employing the use of proper oral hygiene. After all, us humans need to maintain a level of oral care so that we don’t have halitosis. Also, just like people, dogs and cats can get gum disease–and if a dog or cat’s gums are infected and abscessed, bacteria can enter the bloodstream, causing liver, kidney, and even heart malfunctions. So, what’s a good way to brush your best friend’s teeth?

Here are some tips for brushing your pet’s teeth:

#1 Start off slowly. Make sure to use a toothpaste formula that is specifically made for animals, since human toothpaste can give stomach upsets to animals. Have your pet lick the paste off of your finger, and you might need to try a few different flavors to find one that your pet likes.

#2 Once you can get toothpaste into the animal’s mouth, use a slight amount on your finger and run it across the dog or cat’s teeth. This might even take several days to get your pet to do this agreeably. Once your pet is fine with you doing this to its teeth, use a toothbrush (made for pets) and make small circles on the gum line. Don’t brush too hard!

#3 Be sure to cheer on your pet and express approval during this process. Afterward, you could also give your pet a treat, playtime, a walk, etc., so it will think of brushing as a positive moment.

#4 In order to practice proper oral hygiene with your pet, try to brush your pet’s teeth every day.

Here are some warning signs to look for in your pet’s mouth:

  1. Yellow or brown tartar, especially where the teeth and gums meet
  2. Red, swollen, bleeding, inflamed, tender, and/or receding gums
  3. Chronic halitosis
  4. Teeth that are chipped/broken
  5. Tooth resorption (especially common in cats)- a very painful condition in which the tooth dissolves
  6. A change in the animal’s diet, chewing habits and appetite can signify depression (along with pawing at the face/mouth).

Also, don’t forget to try this oral rinse for dogs and cats that helps prevent plaque and tartar buildup.  Be sure to practice good oral hygiene with your pet, so that the both of you can have great smiles!

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