All TheraBreath articles

December 2013

Did you smell something funny on Christmas Eve?
December 27, 2013 - Fresh Breath Happenings

Holiday wishes and an important reminder
December 24, 2013 - Fresh Breath Happenings

Poor oral health lands identical twin in hot water
December 24, 2013 - Fresh Breath Happenings
Read about how good dental hygiene helped solve a crime of identity theft. 

Why some people are more prone to cavities than others
December 23, 2013 - Oral Care Tips and Advice
Find out why some people are more likely to develop cavities more than others. 

New Year's Eve: Best and worst alcoholic drinks for teeth
December 18, 2013 - Fresh Breath Happenings
Drinking in the New Year? Discover which beverages are best for your teeth.

Important information for cold and flu season
December 17, 2013 - Oral Care Tips and Advice
Everyone gets dry mouth from time to time. Dry mouth can be caused by a variety of medications, due to smoking or drinking alcohol, sleep apnea, etc. It's not only unpleasant. It is also really bad for your health.

New study on ancient lizard breath
December 16, 2013 - Fresh Breath Happenings
Hey you! You have lizard breath. Why, thank you.

Top 5 ways to avoid Grinch-like smiles during Christmas
December 12, 2013 - Oral Care Tips and Advice
Ever notice that the Grinch never shows his teeth when smiling? That's likely because he hasn't seen a dentist in Whoville in a while. Check out these remedies to avoid nasty oral health problems.

New sugar-free candy actually reduces cavities
December 10, 2013 - Fresh Breath Happenings
Researchers in Berlin developed a new candy that contains a good type bacteria which lowers your chances of bad breath, cavities and other oral health problems.

A breakdown of sugar substitutes
December 4, 2013 - Fresh Breath Happenings
Do artificial sweeteners cause cavities like table sugar? Find out here.

Concussions and your mouth? New Mamori mouth? guard closes in on goaline
December 3, 2013 - Oral Care Industry News
The mouth and jaw play a big role in concussions. Discover how new mouth? guard technology may help protect against these big-time head injuries.

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