Archive for the ‘Tongue Scraper’ Category

Our Spring Sale starts today!

Monday, March 26th, 2012

The end of March is here, and there is no better time than the start of spring to stock up on your oral care for April.  That’s why for one week only, we are having our Spring Sale, and offering you 10% off anything AND free shipping in the US and Canada.

Order anything on our website , and you’ll get 10% off your subtotal, plus free ground shipping on your entire order (in the US and Canada).

It’s the perfect time to stock up on your usual formulas, or just to try something new.  To take advantage of the special, just use coupon code AMAR1210 when you checkout online, OR call 800-973-7374 and mention Coupon Code AMAR1210.

Remember, the key to fresh breath is simply to identify your particular problem areas, and then to apply the correct TheraBreath formulas to your particular problem areas. The two most important things you can do to prevent bad breath are:

  1. Rinse Longer – I recommend rinsing for at least 60 seconds.  It’s a fact, most people rinse for only 10 seconds!  You are doing yourself a huge disservice by not rinsing for  at least 60 seconds, because TheraBreath formulas need  to stay in contact with your problem areas for at least 30-45 seconds to work effectively.  So next time you rinse, try rinsing longer.
  2. Use a Tongue Scraper – I recommend scraping your tongue at the beginning of your oral routine.  This way while you are brushing and rinsing the TheraBreath formulas can make contact with the newly exposed surface of your tongue.

Don’t forget – use coupon code AMAR1210 when you checkout to save 10% and get free shipping!

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The Latest TheraBreath Blog Reviews and Giveaways

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Please note: if you have already been lucky enough to win one of these bloggers giveaways, please refrain from entering in order to allow others to win. Thank you!

This just in: Mommyof2Babies has just posted her TheraBreath giveaway and review. Hurry here to enter for a chance to win some TheraBreath Oral Rinse and Toothpaste! Here’s a little of what she thought about our products, “I had the privilege to review the TheraBreath Oral Rinse  I have to say this has helped a lot with morning breath when I get up and brush I also use a tongue cleaner and after I was with regular mouth wash the bad breath seems to come back. But not with this the rinse helps keep that bad breath away.”

Are you a blogger located in the United States and interested in reviewing TheraBreath products?  Just go to http://www.therabreath.com/blogger and fill out the form to let us know. Please note, we do not pay for reviews but will send the products to try at no cost.

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Do You Need a Tongue Cleaner to Get Rid of Bad Breath?

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

One of the important steps in bad breath treatment is to clean the surface of your tongue. In the following video, Dr. Katz talks about whether or not a tongue cleaner is necessary…

If you are looking for a good tongue cleaner, the TheraBreath tongue cleaner is our Deal of the Day. Today (8/18/10) it is on sale for $2.00 (Reg. price $3.00) Click here to buy it now!

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Cure Gingivitis Before It Causes Bad Breath and Tooth Loss

Monday, February 1st, 2010

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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

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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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