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Join me in Vancouver on Tuesday, October 22, for Free Breath Testing and

Friday, October 18th, 2013

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Join me in Vancouver on Tuesday, October 22, for Free Breath Testing and TheraBreath Samples

Hi there,

Need to get rid of that garlic breath from the lunch you just haddr katz testing 102213? Then join me this Tuesday, October 22, between 12 Noon and 1:00 PM in Vancouver for free breath testing and samples!

Simply stop by the London Drugs location below and get your breath tested for free — it only takes 60 seconds! I’ll even throw in some free samples of TheraBreath’s most popular products so you don’t have to go back to the office with stinky breath. There are no strings attached, no cost, and no need to RSVP!

Come see me on October 22,
Harold Katz, DDS

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Questions? Visit: TheraBreath.com
or Call: 1-800-97-FRESH

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Canadians: Be on the Lookout for Dr. Katz!

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

As most of you already know, our very own Dr. Harold Katz is a very busy man. He’s often traveling to visit and educate as many people as he can about the causes and fixes for bad breath and anything that goes along with it.

His most recent adventure took him back to beautiful Vancouver. Here are some places you can (or hopefully did) catch Dr. Katz:

  • Yesterday (July 18th) on CTV News at Noon, he stopped by to discuss how to battle bad breath and what you can do to get (and keep) fresh breath all day.
  • He was also interviewed Wednesday (7/18) by Sing Tao Newspaper – the #1 Chinese a language newspaper in Canada, so keep an eye out for that article.
  • 7/19 (this morning) on Breakfast TV, Dr. Katz tested host Jody’s breath after eating onions. How did he get rid of the smell and return her fresh breath? TheraBreath! If you are a regular watcher, you may already know that Dr. Katz is somewhat of a regular on this show. Go here to see previous segments.
  • This weekend, listen in to News 1130 for Dr. Katz’s interview with Mike Lloyd on the Morning Show “On the Offbeat”.
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FREE In-Store Clinical Breath Testing in the Toronto Area

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Hi there,

If you live (or work) in the Toronto area, then you might be interested in stopping by a local drugstore for a FREE Clinical Breath Test with the Halimeter, on Tuesday or Wednesday (April 24th and 25th). I’ll be at the locations below, passing out free samples of TheraBreath Rinse, Toothpaste, and Mouth Wetting Lozenges, as well as giving out oral care advice at Shoppers in the Hudson Bay Centre on Tuesday, April 24, and then on Wednesday, April 25, I’ll be at Rexall/Pharma Plus on the corner of King and Bay. Please see below for times and maps.

By the way, although I won’t be doing any breath testing there — TheraBreath Oral Rinse is now available at WALMART stores in Canada.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,

Harold Katz, DDS

 

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Better Oral Care: Less People with Missing Teeth & Bad Breath

Monday, March 8th, 2010

According to studies, Quebec inhabitants allegedly have the highest rate of people without teeth!  No one knows exactly why, but it is possible that the high smoking rate and more difficult access to fluoridated water helps cause this.  A Quebec article said that getting dentures was considered a normal thing in the past.  Some people would get their teeth pulled out even if they weren’t that bad.  Throughout the 1970′s, the focus on improved dental health was prominent, and dentists did not simply pull out a tooth because a patient requested the service.

According to a Canadian survey, 6.6% of Canadian residents between ages 20-79 are edentulous (more commonly known as toothless).  This number has decreased over the years. Those who speculated the reasoning for this said that better fluoridation in the water had a positive influence, as well as better oral hygiene awareness and services.  An increased awareness of oral health may have also resulted in a decrease of people having bad breath, also known as halitosis.

Dentures can never feel as natural as real teeth, and they can also cover some taste buds.  Sometimes wearing dentures can result in sores when a person removes them, especially when someone eats.  Also, some denture-wearers are stuck eating softer foods-eating an apple may not be possible.  Dentures can also make kissing less enjoyable.

It’s important to take care of your teeth, because when a person loses them, the face may appear to be hollower, and there is a higher risk of jaw injuries, especially in females!

Source: Associated Content

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