- By Katz on July 22, 2015Read more
Sleeping disorders can cause various problems. Even though most of these disorders are diagnosed and treated outside the dentist’s rooms, there are some that are directly linked to a person’s mouth. Below we discuss some of these disorders and that you might want to see your dentist about.
- By Katz on June 29, 2015Read more
Watch this short video which will give you the lowdown on what causes bad breath and how best to stop bad breath from occuring. There are a few frightening things which you need to know about what goes on in your mouth! Watch this video now.
- By Katz on May 15, 2015Read more
Dry mouth to many may sound like a minor issue, but once you have it, it is a lot more serious that anyone could imagine. A dry mouth is when the mouth is unusually dry. The medical term used for this is Xerostomia and it affects the teeth and the taste buds among other things. When the saliva flow is normal the teeth are…
- By Katz on May 6, 2015Read more
Follow these tips on how to keep your teeth and gums healthy and you will not only experience a fresh, beautiful mouth and breath, but will save yourself a whole lot of potential harm to your heart and other organs. Oral health is very important for overall health!
- By Katz on May 5, 2015Read more
Knowing that you have a cavity is not as simple as feeling pain! There are other signs that you have a cavity which you should be aware of that could not only save your teeth and gums from becoming infected or damaged, but could put your entire life on a new path.
- By Katz on April 23, 2015Read more
Dr Harold Katz, who founded The California Breath Clinics also developed the Therabreath line of top quality oral care products. He is known around the globe as the expert of bad breath, taste disorders, tonsil stones and dry mouth. Dr Katz has helped hundreds of thousands of people worldwide who suffer with halitosis problems.
- By Katz on April 16, 2015Read more
The winter is upon us, and that means colds and flu accompanied by stuffy or runny noses. That also means that halitosis is close at hand. It is a well known fact that halitosis and colds and flu go hand in hand. The reason for the halitosis occurring when we have a cold/flu is because of Post Nasal Drip and how our bodies were…
- By Katz on March 31, 2015Read more
This condition really exists believe it or not. Pregnancy gingivitis has been exposed a few times in news headlines. Scientists have been doing tests to establish a connection between bad breath, gingivitis, periodontal disease and pre-term births.
- By Katz on March 27, 2015Read more
A study that was conducted by the World Health Organisation (WHO), revealed that oral diseases are the most common chronic diseases around the globe. In the published article, WHO revealed that even though there have been considerable improvements in oral care and the prevention of oral diseases, the problem still persists.
- By Katz on March 20, 2015Read more
There are several different factors contributing to halitosis and other oral problems. They include infections, the intake of antiretroviral drugs or other chronic medication, nutritional issues, oral cancer, some medical conditions and then general poor oral hygiene.
- By Katz on March 12, 2015Read more
Gum disease and periodontitis are very simple to avoid with a good oral care regimen but once your mouth is on the slippery slope to a more serious form of gum disease it is not only your mouth that is effected. Your whole body becomes riddled with bacteria that can have negative effects on every part of the body including your heart
- By Katz on March 6, 2015Read more
We all need our toothbrushes to clean our teeth, but what keeps our toothbrushes clean and free of germs? There are over 10 million bacteria alone living within your toothbrush bristles. Besides bacteria, there are also germs, fungi and viruses breeding on and in between your brushes bristles and they could stay there for months on end. Now that is a scary thought!
- By Katz on March 5, 2015Read more
I don’t think anyone has ever not experienced this at one time or another in their lifetime. Burning your tongue with hot liquid like hot chocolate or coffee or even soup, is a mishap that most people have experienced. Then there are the foods that are just as easily to burn your tongue with, like pizza. This common occurrence usually occurs because of two…
- By Katz on February 3, 2015Read more
The type of toothpaste you use could be detrimental to your health. A group of dentists have voiced real concern about some toothpastes on the market today. They say that some of these toothpastes contain substances that can be harmful to your health
- By Katz on January 22, 2015Read more
If you have a Smartphone you know that the apps you can download from Google Play Store are endless and they cost next to nothing to download or you can get them for free. But did you know that you get apps especially for dental hygiene? Let’s have a look below at some of the best app we found.
- By Katz on January 19, 2015Read more
Lunchtimes at the office can be tricky. To be able to prevent bad breath you have to be so careful of which foods you eat. After eating onion, garlic or other spicy foods that are high in sulphides it is essential to combat the effects by eating a cleanser food. And make sure to rinse with Therabreath oral rinse twice a day.
- By Katz on December 4, 2014Read more
We all have our plastic drink bottles that we use over and over again. Be it the drinking water bottle you take with you to the gym or the water bottle you keep in your fridge. And even though we clean them daily there is at some point a smell that you just cannot get rid of.
- By Katz on December 3, 2014Read more
There are many reasons why it is very important to keep up a good oral hygiene regime, some including the fact that you will have confidence talking to other people without them having to turn away from you because your breath smells so foul, or to prevent gum disease which is a very serious and very painful disease.
- By Katz on November 27, 2014Read more
If you have straight teeth then we have good news for you. Not only does your mouth look great but your straight teeth are more conducive to a cleaner mouth which means that you run less risk of getting bad breath.