Use of TheraBreath Products in Bad Breath Patients: GCF and Halimeter Values, Effects of Oxygenized Saliva
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Chlorine Dioxide component reduces the Volatile Sulfur Compounds of bad breath
G. Acikgoz, I. Devrim, M. Aldikacti, A. Kayipmaz, G. Keles
4th International Symposium on Oral Malodor
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Twenty-five subjects suffering with bad breath were treated with TheraBreath brand stabilized chlorine dioxide mouthwash, toothgel, and spray. Their progress was monitored and the results showed that following the use of the products: (1) the level of volatile sulphur compounds significantly decreased, (2) there was a statistical decrease in halimeter readings showing the oxygenating effects which reduced the VSC's, and (3) patient saliva readings showed beneficial effects.
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