Thursday, December 27, 2012

BreathCure Holiday Gifts

The gift of fresh breath is one of the best presents you can give this holiday season. With products from BreathCure, you can help friends and loved ones get back to smelling great again. Although a candy cane or sip of holiday cheer might freshen breath for a few minutes, these temporary solutions will only worsen oral odor in the long run.

Products from BreathCure start working on breath right away and also enhance long-term oral fragrance. Here's a look at some of the holiday gift options available now from BreathCure.


BreathGemz work both in the mouth and internally for hours of fresh breath. Gift recipients who get BreathGemz as stocking stuffers will see benefits right away thanks to the patented Instimint coating, but this is only the beginning of the experience. After BreathGemz are swallowed, they immediately go to work with a mix of parsley seed oil and sunflower oil. This is a thoughtful, effective present that will let anybody enjoy fresh breath whenever they need it, especially during seasonal parties and after holiday meals.

Breath Treatment Starter Kit

If you have chronic halitosis sufferers on your holiday gift list, the Breath Treatment Starter Kit is a powerful solution for them that won't go unappreciated. This kit's lineup includes DioxiRinse medicated oral rinse for maximum breath-freshening power on demand, DioxiBrite medicated toothpaste for three months of daily anti-halitosis dental care and 12 Dentiva lozenges for rapid relief from bad breath caused by oral bacterial overgrowth. Instructions are included with the set, ensuring that your lucky gift recipient can take full advantage of the valuable treatment program. Finally, the kit includes personal consultations with BreathCure experts who will be able to give detailed advice regarding treatment strategies and product usage.

Comprehensive Treatment Kit and Hydro-Pulse Sinus Irrigator

The starter kit is more than enough for most halitosis sufferers, but the comprehensive kit is ideal for those experiencing long-standing halitosis with unknown or multiple causes. In addition to the professional-quality items included with the starter kit, this program features the Grossan Hydro-Pulse Sinus irrigator, Breath-Ease XL saline powder for use in sinus irrigation, CloSYSII compact oral spray and BreathRx antibacterial tongue spray for a strong answer to any bad breath.

If your friend or loved one suffers from unpleasant nasal odors, oral treatments may do nothing to eliminate the problem. Irrigation of the sinuses and nasal passages with the Hydro-Pulse will flush out bacteria that settle and produce volatile sulfur compounds. If you already know that this is the biggest problem behind somebody's bad breath, you can also purchase the irrigator separately to give that person an extra-special holiday.

Antiseptic sprays for the tongue and mouth complete any bad-breath program and make this comprehensive solution worthy of any New Years resolution plan. With the included personal consultations, recipients will get priceless advice on solving bad breath with these products.

Saliva Sure Tablets

Help a special someone avoid dry mouth and resultant bad breath by giving them Saliva Sure Tablets this holiday. The season presents many opportunities for dry mouth, including frequent talking at parties, cold winter air and enjoyment of party beverages. When the mouth stays dry, the teeth are prone to halitosis-causing decay. Even without progression to cavities, a dry mouth is more likely to smell bad and cause annoyance for everyone who faces the issue. The recipient who is given Saliva Sure Tablets will be treated to a delicious citrus flavor and fast relief that lasts for an hour.

Bad breath can ruin social occasions, which are especially important around the holidays. By giving the gift of fresh breath this season, you can make a huge difference in the present and future experiences of a halitosis sufferer. No matter whether a loved one is suffering from temporary bad breath or long-term halitosis, BreathCure holiday gifts will treat their problems quickly and effectively and restore their joy this season.

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 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.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Chronic Halitosis VS Bad Breath

Halitosis literally means bad breath, but the term is often used to describe a chronic problem. Bad breath is experienced by almost everybody at some point. Eating pungent foods, using poor dental hygiene and other habits can cause bad breath. However, certain conditions can cause foul breath to linger for weeks, months or even years. Here’s a look at the differences between bad breath and halitosis and some of the most effective Halitosis Treatments for each.

Bad Breath Has Many Causes

Plenty of activities and foods can cause foul breath. Most people have experienced the effects of garlic on their breath, for example. Spicy foods, such as exotic curry dishes, can turn a breath bad for hour afterwards. These foods aren’t problems when they’re eaten at home, but they can ruin a night out with friends or a date. As a result, many people avoid eating these dishes unless they’re alone or can brush afterwards.

Dry mouth is a major cause of bad breath. Several habits can reduce salivary production in the mouth, including mouth breathing, smoking and drinking alcohol. Mouth breathing may occur during exercise or out of habit, but it’s guaranteed to reduce salivary flow and encourage tooth decay. Smoking tobacco also dries the mouth and results in vitamin C deficiency, which can cause bad breath through gum disease. Alcohol dehydrates drinkers and kills the good bacteria in the mouth, and many alcoholic drinks supply bad oral bacteria with sugar, which fuels decay.

Halitosis: Caused by Numerous Conditions

Chronic halitosis can be caused by many conditions, but gum disease and tooth decay are at the top of the list. These two problems can result from poor dental hygiene and bad diet, such as nutrient deficiencies and excessive sugar. Acid reflux is another cause of halitosis. Stomach acid and contents can travel up into the esophagus and mouth, producing a sour taste and bad breath. In some cases, food may stay in the esophagus and decay. Diabetes and diets low in carbohydrates can also cause bad breath through ketone production.

Local infections are major contributors to halitosis. Sinus infections can result in bad nasal breath and spread bacteria to the tonsils, which may also become infected separately. Tonsillitis often includes the presence of tonsil stones, which are clumps of food and bacteria that develop in pockets in the tonsils. Tonsil stones are a major cause of sulfurous bad breath that smells like rotten eggs.

Bad Breath Treatments

Prevention of basic bad breath is best done by changing diet and habits. For example, those who experience garlic breath can quit eating that food when fresh breath is important. Alternatively, one can use dual-action breath fresheners, such as BreathGemz. Cutting down or quitting tobacco and alcohol can fight bad breath by raising salivary production. Dry mouth can also be reduced with saliva stimulation products, such as SalivaSure.

Treatments for Halitosis

Chronic halitosis can have many causes, so treatment depends on the condition behind the symptoms. When acid reflux is the cause, sufferers can reduce reflux by avoiding fatty meals, alcohol and tobacco. If mouth bacteria is the suspected cause, Dentiva lozenges nd DioxiRinse mouthwash can be used to restore health to the mouth. In cases of sinus infection, patients can flush out bacteria and foreign matter with sinus irrigation, such as Hydro-Pulse oral irrigator. Of course, it’s often difficult or impossible to know exactly what is causing chronic halitosis. For this reason, many people find that a combination of approaches works best.

Bad breath and halitosis can ruin time spent with others. Fortunately, sufferers can take care of the problem with the solutions outlined above. No matter what is causing offensive breath, the right product will do wonders to freshen it, raising confidence and quality of life.

About the Author: Dr. Anthony Dailley specializes in halitosis remedies. Dr Dailley runs a specialty halitosis clinic and conducts research related to cure bad breath in the Bay Area. Arrange an appointment with Dr. Dailley and be comfortable again!

Monday, December 3, 2012

Breath Gemz Product Review

BreathGemz are new breath fresheners that give longer-lasting results than regular breath mints. Intensive research performed by scientists at BreathGemz has resulted in the creation of a breath freshener that attacks bad breath not only from inside the mouth but also from the stomach. Since BreathGemz are all natural, consumers can feel confident about their health every time they use it. BreathGemz work through a brilliant yet simple mechanism. Each capsule is coated with the company's patented InstiMint, which immediately freshens the breath of users. After this initial freshening stage is when normal breath mints quit, but BreathGemz capsules perform the biggest part of their work after being swallowed.  The powerful combination of sunflower oil and parsley oil takes care of bad breath from within the body. Even the worst breath offenders, such as onion and garlic, are easily eliminated by this double approach.

The BreathGemz manufacturing facility is GMP-certified, ensuring that these breath fresheners meet the highest purity standards in the industry. Batches are individually inspected by quality control technicians so users are consistently served with truly superb breath-freshening power. Above all, BreathGemz are the most comprehensive solution to halitosis on the market.
BreathGems developed this product with an understanding of the importance of good breath for top performance at home and at work. Recognizing that good breath makes for pleasant companionship, the company aimed to develop a longer-lasting breath freshener for people who suffer from bad breath due to smoking, spicy foods or other reasons. After years of focused research and testing, BreathGemz were born.

At BreathGemz, the goal in development and manufacturing has always been to create a product that lets people live full lives without making sacrifices to maintain fresh breath. While dental hygiene is essential for everyone, avoidance of favorite foods and activities shouldn't be necessary for avoiding halitosis. Since BreathGemz has been on the market, users don't have to reduce their quality of life because of problems with bad breath. People who enjoy frequent social occasions and rich meals will benefit greatly from BreathGemz. With the addition of these breath fresheners to a daily regimen, anybody can enjoy fresh breath that's consistent instead of fleeting. BreathGemz succeeded in their goal of making a breath freshener that takes care of bad breath right away and keeps working long afterwards.

With regular use of BreathGemz Breath Mints, garlic breath and smoker's breath are both problems of the past. During long outings, BreathGemz can be taken after a spicy meal, a smoke or any time for extended relief from off-putting breath. This is a huge improvement over the breath mints of the past, which provided only temporary results at best. The effects of BreathGemz are the product of years of research into the science of bad breath. This is the cutting edge of breath-freshening technology.

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 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.