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TheraBreath Goes to the Golden Globes

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Well, we weren’t walking the red carpet, but we were lucky enough to take part in Connected’s Celebrity Gifting Suite Celebrating the 2011 Golden Globe Awards. The event was held at Ben Kitay Studios in Hollywood on Saturday, January 14th. Each celeb received a TheraBreath gift bag that included our TheraBreath Oral Rinse, TheraBreath Toothpaste and our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. The lozenges were a big hit and we actually found out that a few of the stars already used our products! Here are some photos, enjoy!

Rico Rodriguez of Modern Family and Raini Rodriguez of Austin & Ally and Mall Cop

Raven Goodwin of Glee and Good Luck Charlie

Morgan Saylor and Jackson Pace of Homeland

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TheraBreath is coming to Dr. Oz, the Doctors, and the Price is Right

Friday, October 28th, 2011

REMINDER: Our final BONUS PAK SALE of the year is ALMOST OVER!
Save up to 60% OFF our everyday prices until THIS MONDAY ONLY!*
FREE Shipping in US and CANADA • FREE Bonus products worth up to $157 • NO Sales Tax outside California
But hurry – this offer expires MONDAY OCTOBER 31, 2011

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We are proud to announce that TheraBreath is joining a number of exclusive TV shows as an ongoing sponsor starting this November. We are particularly thrilled that Dr. Oz and the oral care experts of The Doctors have chosen to partner with TheraBreath and help spread the word about our quality products. Once these medical experts saw how well TheraBreath  works to prevent bad breath and cavities, fight dry mouth symptoms, and maintain healthy gums they couldn’t wait to tell their viewers about us.

Best of all, we will be giving away a limited number of TheraBreath products to lucky viewers of these programs. Look for the TheraBreath commercials throughout the month of November on the following shows to hear about our very special offer!

P.S.: Don’t forget to take advantage of our last BONUS PAK SALE of the year. At 60% off regular retail prices PLUS free shipping, it’s the best deal of the year on TheraBreath products.

*BONUS PAK items are available while in-stock only. There are no rain checks available. First come, first served.

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Video of the Week

Monday, November 5th, 2007

Dr. Katz, our Bad Breath Detective, makes an appearance in FOX 11 news in L.A. His headline– Bad breath can be an indicator of a more serious disease. For example, sweet breath may be an indicator of Leukemia, and people with kidney problems develop a fish odor when they eat foods with protein.

In this video, we see the progress of Mark, one of Dr. Katz’s patients. Let’s see how he finally finds the solution to bad breath with a little help from Dr. Katz.

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Bad Breath Wake Up Call – Dr. Katz on the CBS Early Show

Monday, October 29th, 2007

International Guru Of Good Breath Shares His Secrets

Armed with the Halimeter, Dr. Katz shares secrets to bad breath relief to Early Show anchor Julie Chen.

Bad Breath Relief

Bad breath can be an embarrassing problem for people who often don’t even know they have it. Dentist Dr. Harold Katz shares tips for bad breath relief and prevention with Julie Chen.

Bad breath can be a huge problem for people who have it and often they don’t even know it’s a problem.

Dr. Harold Katz, a dentist, is the founder of California Breath Clinics, and the international guru of good breath. He came to The Early Show to tell people how they can keep their mouths smelling good.

Katz said that bad breath isn’t really caused by what people eat, but by sulfur compounds.

“Chronic bad breath has to due with bacteria that live in the back of your throat with sulfur, different chemicals. Can you imagine what they smell like? And they’re produced by bacteria,” Katz told The Early Show co-anchor Julie Chen. “The problem is people used to think if I use a strong-tasting mouthwash I can cover it up.”

Katz used a hali-meter to test the compounds in the mouth. Anything above 120 means the person has bad breath. He blew into it and had had a 73, which means he has fresh breath. The hali-meter goes all the way up to 2,000.

The problem is that many people do not know they have a breath problem and few have hali-meters to show them. Katz said a good way to tell is to lick the back of you hand and let it dry for a couple seconds and smell it.

Katz said that alcohol, detergent and toothpaste dry out the mouth which adds to bad breath. Even sugar in breath mints feed bacteria to make bad breath worse. The best way to fight bad breath, Katz said, is to oxygenate the mouth.

“These are available in drugstores, discounted stores, supermarkets and online stores,” he said gesturing to some products he brought on to the show. “Oxygenating compounds. It’s the oxygen that stops the bad breath. Very important, you need to drink plenty of water to make sure you have plenty of saliva, nature’s way of keeping your breath fresh. You need to eat juicy fruits such as apples, celery. Dairy could lead to bad breath, sodas and sugar. And there’s probiotic treatments that help with bad breath.”

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“Let the Truth Sting” – Bad breath and Grey’s Anatomy – What’s the connection?

Monday, October 15th, 2007

A character in Grey’s Anatomy in danger of losing her speech tells her friend that she has bad breath, among other things. Food for thought: What would you say to your friends and family if you knew you could probably never speak again? Would you talk of halitosis? Pop a breath mint before you do.

The following is an excerpt from Episode 4.3 (Let the Truth Sting) recap from buddytv.com.

The Chief (James Pickens) has a patient named Connie who has come in to get a tumor removed from her tongue. Unfortunately, the cancer has spread to over 60 percent of her tongue, so Richard and McSteamy () are going to have to do something drastic. Her best bet is for McSteamy to do a micro-vascular free flap, but that would leave her without the ability to talk after the surgery. This is a problem because Connie is very chatty. She has two friends with her who are equally chatty. So, Richard thinks it might be better to do a nerve graft, connecting the nerves from her leg with the nerves on her tongue. It’s an extremely rare and risky procedure and neither the Chief nor McSteamy has ever done it. But they both want to prove that they are not too old to learn new tricks, so they go ahead with it. There’s a chance that Connie still might not be able to speak after the procedure, so George encourages her to tell her friends everything she’s been wanting to tell them but hasn’t had the guts to before she goes under. So, Connie tells one friend that her pants are too tight, and the other that she has bad breath and needs to update her ‘do, and a whole lot of other mean stuff that she’s been holding in.

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