Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Breath Treatment Starter Kit – Product Review

The New Breath Treatment Starter Kit from the Center for Breath Treatment offers a collection of the best dental products in the market. Since the Center for Bad Breath doesn’t rely on one brand alone, it guarantees only the best products each brand has to offer. It includes DioxiRinse mouthwash, DioxiBrite toothpaste and Dentiva lozenges. It also includes step-by-step directions on how and when to use each product. Personal consultations from Dr. Dailey are also offered along with this kit. The following are the products included in the kit.

DioxiRinse is an active chlorine dioxide mouthwash that instantly eliminates bad breath. This contains chlorine dioxide that acts on halitosis by oxidation and not just by masking the odor. Using DioxiRinse once or twice a day treats acute and chronic halitosis. It eliminates odor by killing bacteria that can invade the mouth, throat and tongue. Its active ingredients kill bacteria in under one minute. No bacteria also means no gum disease and bad breath. This is also great for those with braces and infected gums. DioxiRnse is effervescent so it targets those hard to reach areas in the mouth. It also contains menthol that soothes and reduces mouth irritations from tooth extractions, injuries and braces.
With its oxidizing content that is safe for everyday use, DioxiRinse is also great before brushing teeth and dental procedures. The oxidizing properties of DioxiRinse remove mouth odor and stains as well. It does not cause teeth discoloration unlike other dental products with chlorhexidine. DioxiRinse can also be used to keep toothbrushes clean and germ-free.

DioxiBrite Toothpaste
DioxiBrite toothpaste is another product with DioxiCare. This product has active chlorine dioxide that kills bacteria and viruses faster than other products with stabilized chlorine dioxide. It also has powerful oxidizing action similar to hydrogen peroxide that leaves teeth whiter. DioxiBrite contains fluoride that prevents cavities. It also prevents tooth decay and gum disease caused by tartar and plaque buildup.The chlorine dioxide property seeps in between tooth surfaces and gums and other hard to reach areas in the mouth. This product contains zinc, an oxidizing agent that helps maximize the effects of chlorine dioxide. Just like DioxiRinse, DioxiBrite toothpaste kills bacteria that causes mouth odor and gum disease. Its active ingredients also kill odor-causing bacteria. The toothbrush used with DioxiBrite also stays clean and bacteria-free. This product is best used with DioxiRinse to reach its maximum effect.

Dentiva Oal Hygiene Soft Lozenges contain triple-acting ingredients. The xylitol in Dentiva lozenges destroys bacteria and plaques that cause cavities. It also kills bacteria that causes gum disease and mouth odor. Dentiva also comes with menthol for a fresh minty taste. It contains ingredients that maintain the mouth’s normal pH to prevent the growth of microorganisms.

Using Dentiva offers all day dental hygiene. This comes in a handy pack that people can place inside bags or pockets and bring anywhere. This product is great for those who need instant help with halitosis or those that just want to have minty-fresh breath. Using Dentiva is better than eating menthol candies because it’s sugar-free. It’s also good for diabetics and doesn’t aid in bacterial growth as lozenges with sugar do. DioxiRinse, DioxiBrite and Dentiva together offer the best dental care. They contain active ingredients that thoroughly kill targeted bacteria and viruses. They clean the mouth including areas that are commonly missed. This home halitosis kit guarantees the desired results with regular use. Daily use of DentiRinse followed by DentiBrite and quick touch ups of Dentiva leave the mouth in its best condition.

About the author: Dr. Anthony Dailley is a practicing dentist that specializes in halitosis treatment. He has been practicing since 1981 and graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Cell & Molecular Biology, and obtained his dental degree from the Pacific School of Dentistry. Dr. Dailley founded the The Center For Breath Treatment in the San Francisco Bay Area and conducts research on curing halitosis. Dr. Dailley has also been a founder in a biotech company called NovaBay Pharmaceuticals and on their board of directors from 1997 -2014. In addition to treating halitosis, Dr, Dailley also runs an online store where you can buy bad breath treatments.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Symptoms of Severe Halitosis

Bad breath, also called halitosis, is triggered by oral bacteria found growing inside the mouth. There are plenty of ordinary symptoms that may alert you that you suffer from halitosis.

If you have a yellow or white film on the top of your tongue, this is often due to bacteria forming as well as an accumulation of mucous that is a result of post nasal drainage. This can be a real sign of halitosis. The film you see is usually more noticeable toward the back of the tongue. Some of the film can be removed from the tongue, but it won’t do away with the halitosis. The worst bacterium in the mouth exists in the saliva, under the gum tissues, and deep within the taste buds of your tongue. This same bacteria can be present throughout the mouth which means that it will take more than cleaning the tongue to get rid of halitosis.

Chronic dry mouth is another symptom of halitosis. Dry mouth will make bad breath much more concentrated in the saliva, and will allow for the odors to evaporate from the mouth much more readily. This will make the odors much more obvious at even further distances from people. When the mouth is dry it also becomes more vulnerable to imbalances in bacterial growth.

Another symptom of halitosis can result in bad tastes in the mouth that are metallic, bitter or sour. In most cases, these are caused by draining sinus pockets, dental infections, medications you may be taking or leakage from dental work or restoration, dry mouth conditions, and post nasal drainage.

Post nasal drainage that is caused from allergies or from the sinuses contain plenty of bacteria. This kind of bacteria is broken down and forms amino acids that can act as a food source for halitosis causing bacteria. This in turn causes halitosis.

Consequently, there are some risk factors that will put you in a higher risk level for developing halitosis.If you have poor oral hygiene habits, this can put you at a risk for halitosis. When you don’t brush and floss your teeth on a regular basis, little pieces of food particles can stay in your mouth. This will eventually cause you to have bad breath. It is also critical that you see a dentist on a fairly regular basis to have the build up on your teeth removed professionally. Sometimes, regular brushing and flossing won’t get rid of all the build up, and this can cause halitosis.

People who use tobacco are at risk for getting periodontal disease and causing a dry mouth condition. This is a disease that causes the gums to be irritated, and you may also notice that you don’t have a good sense of taste any longer. All of these factors can lead to halitosis.

There are some medical conditions that can put you at a higher risk for halitosis. These are chronic bronchitis, chronic cough, kidney disorder, liver disorder, diabetes or respiratory infections.
Now that you know what the symptoms and high risk factors are for halitosis, you can be watchful of this problem. The quicker you discover it, the quicker you can treat it.

About the Author: Dr. Dailley is a bad breath specialist that specializes in curing halitosis. Dr. Dailley received his degree in dentistry from the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry and currently practices in the Bay Area. To better serve his international patients, Dr. Dailley established a premier online website where you can you can find remedies for bad breath.