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Hurry! Here’s Your Last Chance to Save on TheraBreath’s New Whitening Products

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Hello There,

As you might have already heard, this month we introduced three new products to the TheraBreath family – our New TheraBreath Whitening Products. Have you tried them out yet?

If you haven’t, there’s still time! Until August 31, you can still SAVE 10% and get FREE SHIPPING when you purchase at least one of the new products below:

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Tooth Pain? Desensitize and Remineralize with new TheraBreath Specialty pen

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Besides offering a new Professional Teeth Whitening Kit and Specialty Whitening Pens, TheraBreath is proud to unveil a third product for brightening and protecting teeth: our very own Tooth Sensitivity Treatment Pen.

What can cause your pearly whites to ache? If you experience dental sensitivity, you already know the answer: cold foods, hot meals, acidic citrus fruits, sugary snacks and hard or chewy candies. (Eating ice cream can be particularly excruciating.) But behind these problems lies a more basic cause of tooth sensitivity – namely, weakened enamel.

This layer of minerals is the hardest part of your teeth, but there are plenty of habits that can make it thinner…and thinner…and thinner.

Smoking and drinking acidic sodas are the most obvious factors, but there are other, sneakier routes. For instance, did you know that alcohol-based mouthwashes gradually weaken enamel? Or that brushing with hard-bristled toothbrushes can scrape away your enamel like a scouring pad (and erode your gums, exposing the tooth root)?

Once the enamel is gone, the softer layer underneath – called “dentin” – quickly crumbles, leaving your dental nerves laid bare.

No wonder your teeth ache!

This calls for a Tooth Sensitivity Treatment Pen. Not only does it help seal in weakened enamel, but its specially formulated remineralizing gel strengthens and hardens your teeth, reducing the risk of aches.

So, the next time you feel a twinge, a throb or a serious ache in your teeth, turn to our specialty remineralizing pens, which quickly seal over weakened enamel. While you’re at it, use a Professional Teeth Whitening Kit to brighten your smile, and carry a Specialty Whitening Pen to touch up any dark spots on your pearly whites.

We’ll have you beaming (and eating ice cream) in no time!

 

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Studies say Teeth Whitening kits Preserve Enamel

Monday, August 6th, 2012

They’re already the most effective teeth whitening products on the market, but researchers have now confirmed that gel-and-tray bleaching kits also preserve tooth enamel, rather than eroding dental minerals. This means that you can whiten your teeth and neutralize bad breath while maintaining strong, healthy chompers.

JADA confirms

In a study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association, researchers from Sao Paulo, Brazil, set out to test the effects of teeth whitening kits on tooth enamel. To do so, the team recruited 80 volunteers, each of whom received one of four bleaching agents.

The authors then regularly took enamel samples during and after the bleaching process, analyzing them for levels of calcium and phosphorus.

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Your Teeth don’t have to get any Yellower. There’s a New Way to Whiten!

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

TheraBreath has become America’s #1 Dentist Developed Oral Care Company because we are focused on making our products effective, safe, and easy to use. That is why millions of Americans trust us to keep their breath fresh, their gums healthy, and their teeth sparkling clean.

Today, we are excited to announce we can also make your smile the whitest and brightest it has ever been – without pain or sensitivity – with our new line of TheraBreath Whitening Products. To celebrate this huge announcement, we are having a ONE WEEK WHITENING SALE (just use coupon code AWHTE2 at checkout).

Our new whitening products are specifically developed by Dr Katz, the man behind all TheraBreath products, to deliver fast results without sensitivity or discomfort. The TheraBreath Dental Professional Whitening Kit comes with three syringes of Dental Office whitening gel and a special Remineralization Treatment that helps to reduce any potential sensitivity after you whiten. The kit has everything you need to get your teeth shades whiter fast in just a few treatments. Then, you can apply the Remineralization Treatment to seal in the white and seal out sensitivity!

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The Science of Teeth Whitening

Monday, December 19th, 2011

With cavities and periodontal disease less of a concern, more dental patients have turned their attention to improving their overall appearance with teeth whitening. Cosmetic treatments have become the most common service requests from dental patients, with more than ten million Americans spending $1.7 billion a year on teeth whitening products and services. Teeth whitening refers to “any procedure that changes the shade and appearance of teeth without using restorative materials” (1). This includes products dispensed by dental professionals and over-the-counter products.

Studies have shown patients who feel good about their physical appearance tend to adjust to illnesses better and experience shorter recuperation times.

The semi-clear, but hard outer layer tooth surface consists of enamel, which provides protection for the dentin. In 1951, a study revealed that radioisotope-labeled hydrogen peroxide could penetrate enamel to the dentin pulp. Hydrogen peroxide makes up the main ingredient in many tooth whitening products (1, 2). Other whitening products contain carbamide peroxide.

The tooth enamel is made of hydroxyapatite crystals. The formation of microscopic hexagonal rods makes the tooth enamel porous. The teeth change color due to the penetration of staining agents into the enamel, which makes it a challenge to clean the otherwise harmless stains from the tooth surface.

Causes of Teeth Discoloration

The success of teeth whitening treatments has as much to do with the type, intensity and location of the discoloration. The diagnosis performed by the dental professional represents the most important aspect of addressing tooth discoloration issues. The dentist’s evaluation determines if the discoloration  lies in the enamel surface or is a deeper staining, which affects the tooth’s structure.

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