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The bonus pak special starts NOW!

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Hello readers -

The World Series, New Years Eve, the First Day of Spring, your Birthday … these are things we spend all year waiting for. We now add one more event to this list – the TheraBreath semi-annual BONUS PAK SALE! (While it’s not as exciting as New Years Eve, it will definitely save you more money and be better for your mouth)

During this special event, get our BONUS PAK premium oral care products at savings
UP TO 60% OFF* their individual price.

CLICK HERE to check out our BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR

This is the perfect time to stock up on Dr.Katz products: TheraBreath Oral Rinse and Paste guaranteed to stop all bad breath, Aktiv K-12 Probiotics that the health magazines are buzzing about, PerioTherapy products for eliminating gum disease, TheraBrite teeth whitening products, even the WaterPik Professional Sensonic Toothbrush – the best sonic toothbrush on the market! There is no limit to how much you can save.

Want an even better deal? No problem.
We’ll also throw in FREE SHIPPING on every BONUS PAK SALE order.

This is absolutely, positively our BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR. Our regular customers who are familiar with the BONUS PAK SALE are already skipping the rest of this email and busy placing their orders. For those that are not as familiar with this most special of specials, let me break it down for you:

  1. Order one of our BONUS PAKS and save 30% or more off our regular, individual item retail prices.
  2. Choose $100 or more worth of additional Dr. Katz Products ABSOLUTELY FREE for each and every BONUS PAK you order. Choose a pack of our most popular products, or pick your favorite items. You make the call.
  3. Get FREE SHIPPING on everything you ordered, delivered right to your door.

That’s all there is to it. Spend about $120, get about $170 in free products. Spend a lot more, save a lot more. No hidden fees. No tricks. Nothing else to try, buy, or cancel later. This is, hands down, the best offer we make every year. But don’t wait to take advantage of it. Once the BONUS PAKS are gone, this deal is done. And you will have to wait until next year to save this much money.

CLICK HERE to check out our BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR

Want more convincing? Here are some numbers for you:

Buy ‘Bonus Pak A’ (Reg: $166, Pak Price: $120)

  • 12 TheraBreath Rinses
  • 4 TheraBreath Pastes
  • Tongue Cleaner
  • Toothbrush

PLUS Choose your Bonus Products (Reg: $94.50, Pak Price: FREE)

  • For example:
  • 6 TheraBreath Oral Rinses
  • 3 TheraBreath Toothpastes

Including shipping, you would typically spend $280 on these items if purchased individually. During this sale, you will get all of them for only $120. That’s a 60% savings. If you have been waiting to re-order your favorite TheraBreath, TheraBrite, and PerioTherapy items, your wait is over. The time to place that order is now.

CLICK HERE to check out our BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR

Think this is a great deal? Have a friend who could really use some of our products?
Tell them!

Want to order by PHONE? Call us at (800) 97-FRESH and mention your savings code : BP10EM1


*Savings are calculated based on the total value of the received package, including the $100 or more in free bonus items.

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Cure Gingivitis Before It Causes Bad Breath and Tooth Loss

Monday, February 1st, 2010

gingivitis

Gingivitis is a general term for different types of infections in the gingiva. Bad breath-causing bacteria cause gingivitis, so it is important to keep the oral cavity clean. By exercising proper oral hygiene, you can clean up any gingivitis that you have and prevent it from occuring.

You should brush at least 2-3 times a day, and it is also important that you use a decent toothpaste. PerioTherapy is excellent for those with periodontal infections. Flossing is very important because it gets rid of the plaque between the teeth. Generally, you should floss twice a day (at least once for sure) before you brush your teeth. Try using oral rinse every day (preferably twice at least), since this can reach areas that your dental floss and toothbrush do not reach. A tongue scraper will eradicate bacteria from the tongue. Also, after you use a tongue scraper and toothbrush, make sure to rinse them with hot water.

If left untreated, gingivitis can be really severe and turn into gum disease. Bleeding, swollen, and painful gums all can occur, as well as tooth loss that could allegedly lead to heart disease. If you are dedicated to curing your gingivitis and doing the right procedure, you can get rid of this oral health problem and potentially the bad breath that goes along with it. It not only depends on your dentist, but it also depends on your habits and the oral care products you use.

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Pregnant Mothers with Bad Breath May Be Fatal for Babies

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

stillbirths bad breath

Unfortunately, pregnant women with bad breath may have a problem that is staggering in its implications.  Previously, we have discussed the relationship between gum disease and reproductive health (pregnancy gingivitis), which can result in a baby being born prematurely.  Research shows that the bad breath-causing bacteria may even be linked to stillbirths.

Allegedly, the oral bacteria can be transferred to the placenta if it enters the blood stream through open sores in the gums.  The unborn child is not equipped to fight the disease with its immune system in the same manner an adult can. 

Since bleeding gums/pregnancy gingivitis is extremely common among pregnant women, it is vital that expecting mothers brush and floss frequently during the day, after snacks and meals.  Surgery may be needed for serious infections. 

Whereas pregnancy gingivitis is common, the possibility of having a stillbirth is not.  Nonetheless, taking healthy steps will make pregnancy easier and reduce anxiety levels.  Here are some tips for practicing good oral hygiene:

- Go to the dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings.
- Brush your teeth at least 2-3 times a day, ideally after every meal and snack.  This prevents plaque/tartar building up.
- Floss after every meal.
- Use an oral rinse (like TheraBreath) at least 2 times a day. 
- Use a tongue scraper to prevent the bad breath-causing bacteria from building up.
- Eat healthier (more vegetables, less sweets).

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Periodontal Disease and its Stages

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Many people (usually around 3 out of 4!) have symptoms of periodontal disease, which is an infection of the tissues supporting your teeth.  These symptoms include persistent bad breath; bleeding gums (especially when you brush); red, swollen, and tender gums; gums that recede from the teeth; pus between the teeth and gums when the gums are pressed; permanent teeth that are loose or separating; changes in your dental structure when biting; and changes in the way dentures fit.  Health gums have a healthy pink color, they do not bleed, and the gum line hugs the teeth tightly. 

 

Here are the various stages of periodontal disease:

1)  Gingivitis:  The gums bleed easily when you brush, floss, or probe them.  The gums are inflamed and sensitive to touch, and there is the possibility of halitosis and bad taste.  The gums between the teeth may look bluish-red in color.

2) Early Periodontitis: The gums may start pulling away from the teeth, and the inflammation and bleeding of the gums is more noticeable.  There is bad breath and bad taste , slight loss of bone (horizontally on X-ray), and there may be pockets of 3-4mm between the teeth and gums.

3) Moderate Periodontitis: The gum may boil, and abscesses may develop.  Since the gums are receding, the teeth appear to look longer.  The front teeth may start to drift, showing spaces.  The person suffering often has chronic bad breath, bad taste, and both horizontal and angular bone loss (on X-ray).  The pockets between the gum and teeth range from 4-6mm deep.

4) Advanced Periodontitis: The teeth become loose or mobile.  Bad breath and bad taste are chronic, and the roots of the teeth are exposed and extra-sensitive to hot and cold temperatures.  On X-ray, there is severe angular and horizontal bone loss, and the pockets between the gum line and teeth are more than 6mm deep.

Gum Disease Cure

So what should you do if you are having any of these symptoms?  You should definitely go and get diagnosed and your teeth cleaned by your dentist.  Also, a good gingivitis cure is PerioTherapy, which is a product line that focuses on gum care.  Try it out!

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85% of People Have Gum Disease, a Major Cause of Bad Breath and Other Problems

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

gum disease

According to the World Health Organization, reports showed that 85% of adults in the US have a type of gum disease, and most are not aware of it.  Various symptoms of gum disease include: swollen, red, tender, bleeding or receding gums; sensitive teeth; obvious plaque, tartar or calculus; persistent bad breath; spaces developing between teeth; or loose or mobile teethBad breath, also known as halitosis, is another common symptom.  These symptoms occur because the body’s immune system is responding to an infection caused by “bad” bacteria in the gums.  People usually ignore the symptoms or don’t take them too seriously, since they probably cannot see the infected regions of the gums.  Just as you would take care of an open wound on your hand, the open wound in your mouth should be remedied.

Why is it so important to treat gum disease as soon as you know that you have it?  Well, gum disease has been linked to major ailments such as:

  • Preterm/Babies with Low Birthweight
  • Respiratory Disease
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Type II Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Blood Clots and Strokes

Knowing this, you should go to the dentist and have him/her diagnose the problem.  The dentist will probably propose a solution to the gum disease (and bad breath!) that includes getting rid of the bad bacteria.  There is also something called PerioTherapy, which is a long-term cure to gum disease.  When treating gingivitis/periodontitis, one must be diligent, otherwise the gum disease can return.

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