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'Life hackers' use probiotics to skirt bad breath September 15, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News You may have heard the term probiotics without knowing precisely what it refers to or what bearing it has on bad breath. Many people find that they associate the word with the promotion of good digestion and a healthy gut, which is one of the main uses of probiotic products. However, these days people are also putting probiotics to work in the battle against halitosis. Click to read article
Can dental appliances cause bad breath? July 18, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News Dental appliances are big business. At least 3 million individuals in the U.S. and Canada wear braces, and countless more use retainers and mouth guards, according to Colgate. Dentures are even more common, worn by close to 37 million Americans, according to the journal Dental Economics. That means a lot of orthodontia and plenty of bad breath. Click to read article
Why can't science cure bad breath? July 1, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News It's an interesting halitosis-related question, considering how far science has come in terms of eradicating more pernicious problems in the U.S., like smallpox or polio. If you worry that maybe researchers have given up looking for ways to zap bad breath, you may take comfort knowing they haven't, not by a long shot. Click to read article
Treating bad breath: A review June 8, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News So you have halitosis. What are you going to do about it? Will you brush your teeth, floss, rinse your mouth out with water or pop a mint? These methods may work, and, in the case of the first two, will certainly improve your oral health a bit, but are they the optimal way to get rid of bad breath? Click to read article
How do you get rid of morning breath? June 7, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News Waking up with a bad case of halitosis is a pretty common occurrence, prevalent enough that it has its own name - morning breath - and, depending on who you ask, its own unique smell. But regardless of how it occurs, what is the most effective way to get rid of it? A team of Brazilian researchers recently grappled with this very question. Click to read article
Do crooked teeth equal bad breath? May 19, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News It's a common question, but whether or not teeth are straight does not affect halitosis as much as you might think. Sure, having healthy, white, straight teeth typically indicates good oral hygiene habits, but that doesn't mean that it is impossible to avoid bad breath with teeth that aren't picket-fence straight. Click to read article
Probiotics can keep odor-causing bacteria at bay May 6, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News When brushing and flossing do not put an appreciable dent in bad breath, oral care probiotics may be able to take up where these products leave off. Unlike pastes and rinses that contain microbicides, probiotics merely introduce new strains of microorganisms into the oral environment, where, with luck, they begin to replace those that cause halitosis. Click to read article
Experts suggest ways to reign in bad breath April 25, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News Chronic bad breath can be serious enough, or last long enough, to make people wonder if they will ever be able to get rid of it. Certain cases of oral odor can seem impervious to treatment. Fortunately, no case of halitosis is invulnerable, which is what gives dental experts the latitude to suggests simple ways to get rid of foul breath. Click to read article
Traditional mouthwashes encourage bad breath in the long run April 12, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News Sometimes, brushing and flossing don't quite seem to cut it, and bad breath recurs even after a twice-daily scrubbing. Many people in this situation go out and buy alcohol-based mouthwashes, which are often flavored with mint or cinnamon. These rinses may mute halitosis for a little while, but one expert told the UK Daily Mail that over time traditional mouthwashes can actually cause bad breath. Click to read article
What habit is most likely to cause bad breath? March 24, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News The causes of halitosis are so numerous that listing them all could take a while. Primarily, bad breath comes from dry mouth, poor oral hygiene, savory foods, postnasal drip and tonsil stones. However, many of these problems are not so much preventable as treatable, usually with a specialty breath freshener. Among preventable oral issues and hygiene habits, which agent of bad breath is the most potent? Click to read article
Probiotics appear in numerous studies of halitosis March 15, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News A quick look into dental and oral health literature will confirm that probiotics are being thoroughly investigated for their effect on halitosis and oral bacteria. While this fact can be encouraging, some individuals may not be aware of what oral care probiotics are, or what they do. Here is a basic rundown of the way probiotics fight bad breath, complete with some of the newest studies out there on the subject. Click to read article
Snacking can encourage halitosis February 3, 2011 - Oral Care Industry News Bad breath can be caused by consuming smelly foods or beverages like onion, garlic or coffee. Fortunately, these odors may be rinsed away with a specialty breath freshener. However, the majority of adults not only don't clean their teeth after snacking but also snack many times each day. Click to read article
Flossing may fight halitosis December 1, 2010 - Oral Care Industry News Brushing the teeth two or even three times a day is not always enough to prevent bad breath from taking up residence in the mouth. According to two dentists from the Reno Gazette Journal, flossing may make a big difference in freshening breath and keeping teeth clean. Click to read article
Bad breath often a complication of pregnancy November 22, 2010 - The Science of Bad Breath There are many times when bad breath compounds an already difficult or stressful situation. Whether handling a first date, giving a job interview or waiting in line at the department of motor vehicles, having halitosis can make a tough situation feel twice as tough. Hence a recent rundown by the Daily Monitorís Connie Nankya of the origins of pregnancy-related bad breath. Click to read article
Bad breath often a complication of pregnancy November 22, 2010 - Oral Care Industry News There are many times when bad breath compounds an already difficult or stressful situation. Whether handling a first date, giving a job interview or waiting in line at the department of motor vehicles, having halitosis can make a tough situation feel twice as tough. Hence a recent rundown by the Daily Monitorís Connie Nankya of the origins of pregnancy-related bad breath. Click to read article