Reduction of Oral Malodor by Oxidizing Lozenges
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Zinc component reduces the Volatile Sulfur Compounds in bad breath
Ronit Bar-Ness Greenstein, Sarit Goldberg, Sharon Marku-Cohen, Nir Sterer, Mel Rosenberg
Journal of Periodontology
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The purpose of this study was to examine the bad breath preventing capabilities of oxidizing lozenges compared to breath mints and chewing gum. The results show that only the oxidizing lozenges significantly reduced tongue malodor, whereas the breath mints and chewing gum did not reduce bad breath.
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