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TheraBreath Review: Best Remedy for Bad Breath

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TheraBreath Review: Best Remedy for Bad Breath

TheraBreath Review: Finally a solution has come to treat and prevent bad breath. Get to the source of the problem and get rid of bad breath forever.

As a dental hygienist, I am most often asked about ways to cure bad breath. I mean let’s be real here, no one wants bad breath. Good news is there is no reason to suffer any longer.

I recently tested out the TheraBreath Fresh Breath Starter Kit and I am crazy impressed. I will absolutely be recommending this kit to my patients.

Some may just get temporary bad breath from something they ate or skipping brushing their teeth.

However, for some people, it is life altering and a constant struggle. It affects their relationships and their self confidence. This bad breath treatment kit can be truly life changing for someone.

There are so many different aspects to this kit that hit bad breath from all angles. Keep reading to find out if the TheraBreath Starter Kit is right for you.

So without further delay, onto my TheraBreath review.

TheraBreath Review : Bad Breath Starter Kit

What’s Included in the TheraBreath Starter Kit:

  • TheraBreath Fresh Breath Oral Rinse (Clinical Strength)
  • TheraBreath Toothpaste (Clincal Strength)
  • TheraBreath Gum
  • TheraBreath Dry Mouth Lozenges
  • TheraBreath Throat Spray
  • TheraBreath Oxygenating Rinse
  • TheraBreath Power Drops
  • Tongue Scraper
  • Toothbrush

Okay so I’ll start with directions and why each product is needed. You will easily see why they combined these different products in the kit. All of these products target different areas where bad breath could be stemming from.

Step 1: Brush and Floss

Basic dental hygiene comes first. Brush and floss your teeth, well. The right way. This should be the first obvious step, but I figure I’ll throw it in just in case.

There is food, bacteria and plaque on and in between your teeth. This all needs to be removed at least twice a day (for two minutes). Be sure to also brush along your gum line, roof of your mouth and your cheeks too.

If you only mask bad breath symptoms with a rinse but don’t actually brush off the yucky, then you aren’t really helping the problem. So first things first, brush your teeth!

TheraBreath Tongue Scraping

therabreath tongue scraper

Perhaps one of the most important ways to get rid of bad breath is to use a tongue scraper. If you are questioning why, check out this article on the benefits of using a tongue scraper.

The TheraBreath starter kit comes with a tongue scraper. So you will want to take the tongue scraper and place it as far back on your tongue as you can. Gently pull the scraper forward scraping the plaque off of your tongue.

TheraBreath suggest adding a smidge of the toothpaste the tongue scraper after the initial scraping. Scrape again, this time with the toothpaste on the scraper. Go as far back as you can without gagging yourself. When you are done you can spit but do not rinse with water.

TheraBreath Oral Rinse

therabreath oral rinse review

Once you have completed the above steps, next up is the TheraBreath oral rinse. This mouthwash is the bomb. It kills bad breath instantly. Swish with it vigorously for 60 seconds.

Bad breath is caused by anaerobic (oxygen hating) bacteria. Dr.Katz, the maker of TheraBreath, specifically created this rinse with sodium chlorite to oxygenate and kill the bad bacteria.

This rinse is alcohol free so it doesn’t burn. The rinse is a mild,mint flavor.

Bad breath from the throat

therabreath aktiv oxygen serum review

Most of your bad breath will actually stem from down in the throat and on the very back of your tongue. So TheraBreath added a solution to this problem by using a throat rinse and a throat spray.

After rinsing with the oral rinse, next is the AktivOxigen solution. According to the directions on the bottle, you take 8 drops (dropper included) and put it the given container and then fill to the fill line with water.

Gargle with the mixed solution for 20 seconds. Tip your head back as far as you can and gargle hard. This kills bad breath coming from the throat. TheraBreath says not to worry if you you accidentally swallow a small amount of the AktivOxigen solution. This will actually coat your throat, neutralizing anaerobic bacteria on the way down.

Maintain and Prevent Bad Breath

Okay so now that you have stopped bad breath, now you need to maintain it. Use these included goodies to prevent and maintain fresh breath.

  • Fresh Breath Throat Spray – Aim the nozzle towards the back of your throat and spray once or twice to eliminate and neutralize bad breath from the throat area.
  • Chewing Gum – Chew the gum as needed to help keep breath fresh.
  • Mouth Wetting Lozenges – Use lozenges as needed to stimulate saliva flow and keep breath fresh.
  • Power Drops – Extra strength breath drops. Squeeze 2-3 drops in the back of your throat and on your tongue to instantly freshen breath. Perfect if you are on the go.

Tonsil Stones

I wanted to add a little info about tonsil stones on here since many people with tonsil stones suffer from bad breath. I recently bought a tonsil stone removal kit from Amazon.

It got rid of my sons tonsil stones within 3 hours easily! It has been preventing them as well. Check our full article and see how to do it in this article- TheraBreath Tonsil Stone Removal Kit Review.

Final Thoughts

If you have been battling bad breath, then you should definitely give the TheraBreath Starter Kit a try. It is affordable and the products work great to get to the source of the problem, not just covering it up. A true bad breath remedy!

Hope you enjoyed this TheraBreath review. For more dental product reviews, be sure to check out my page for dental product reviews.

Kelly Hancock, RDH

Kelly is a registered dental hygienist and oral health care provider. She is passionate about oral hygiene and encourages people to achieve optimal oral health. She has been working in the dental profession for 16 years and worked in many different roles in the dental industry. Kelly is currently a pediatric dental hygienist specializing in children’s dentistry. She is committed to helping others with their oral health care issues and helping others achieve a smile they love.

This article and all advice on this website, Toothbrush Life, is intended to help people gain knowledge about general oral health topics. No articles or advice on this website are intended to replace professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your dentist or qualified healthcare provider to help you with any questions you have regarding a medical condition or treatment.

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