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The Best Toothpaste for Bad Breath

Updated on November 22, 2011

Closys toothpaste

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Nobody wishes to live every day suffering from bad breath. Bad breath can cause embarrassment and persistent bad breath can lower someone’s self-confidence. Avoid buying ordinary toothpaste that merely hides the bad breath and buy toothpaste that can treat bad breath problems.

A lot of dental care products are tied with mouth wash, which claim to treat bad breath problems, but they only stop bad breath for a short amount of time. Do not buy products that are short time solutions to the problem. Stop bad breath forever by using the toothpastes mentioned below. They are highly recommended by dentists and are ADA approved.

Closys toothpaste

Closys toothpaste is one of the most used toothpastes for bad breath. It contains a very good mint taste and it is non-foaming. Therefore, the teeth are cleaned with comfort and less mess. This toothpaste can be bought over the counter and easily found online. It has chlorine dioxide to kill bacteria that cause bad breath. It is very gentle and can be used by people who have sensitive teeth or gums.

Biotene toothpaste

Biotene toothpaste was indicated for people who have chronic dry mouth. It helps keep teeth and gums healthier. It also kills bacteria inside the mouth. This bacteria is one of the major reasons for bad breath, and with daily use of this kind of toothpaste, you will feel a big difference in your mouth and smell it in your breath, which will be cleaner and fresher. It eliminates bad breath and build-up of plaque.

BreathRX toothpaste

BreathRX has a wonderful array of products for treating and preventing bad breath problems. They have products like toothpaste, mouthwash, and breath sprays that treat bad breath. The BreathRX toothpaste is very exceptional because it contains Zytex. Zytex kills bacteria and gets rid of sulfur bacteria that cause odors. It is advised that after brushing your teeth, brush your tongue, too, to eliminate odor causing bacteria and food particles.

Periactil with Xylitol toothpaste

Fans of Periactil named this toothpaste “amazing.” When you think about the work this toothpaste does, you will know that this is really amazing toothpaste. This toothpaste is unique, since it sticks to your gums and teeth, helping you have a healthier mouth and also decreasing teeth sensitivity. This is specially formulated to treat almost all dental problems. It can be of great help to people suffering from chronic bad breath, cavities, gingivitis, gum problems, etc.

TheraBreath toothpaste

TheraBreath is a popular option for all oral hygiene products if you are trying to get rid of bad breath. Every product they sell is based on the basic truths of fresh breath (getting more oxygen in your mouth, for example,) but some products go above and beyond with their benefits. They offer four different types of toothpaste, some specializing in fighting bad breath, others with additives for teeth whitening and healthy gums. They probably have a product line that matches your needs.

Sensodyne toothpaste

Searching for a product that treats bad breath can be extremely difficult for people who also have sensitive teeth. The majority of the toothpaste that treats bad breath are merely too rough, and they can lead to extreme pain and bleeding. Sensodyne is the number one brand recommended by the dentist to aid sensitive teeth. It does not only lessen sensitivity, it also prevents it from happening. This is the best product for people who have both bad breath and teeth sensitivity.

It is still always best to consult your dentist regarding your bad breath because sometimes there can be an underlying medical condition that is causing your problem. Regular visits to the dentist can also prevent dental diseases and problems.

But it probably wouldn't hurt to try out the toothpastes mentioned above if you are trying to get rid of bad breath.

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