If you’re planning to terminate your relationship, then stop brushing your teeth.
Yes, men are not as blind & oblivious as we’ve thought them to be in this area. They do squim at our yellow teeth, stucked vegetables & bad breath. No matter how desirable we may look, they’re not visually-crippled nor born without noses. Unless he’s blindfolded that night & having a major flu. In fact, they’re 99% screaming SOS in their heads & planning for an escape. But frankly, it can be as embarrassing for both the watcher & the person with oral hygiene issues to even bring it up.
I love kissing. But I”m quite paranoid about my own breath, I really don’t think it’s polite to share my saliva when I think/know I’ve bad breath & vice versa.
So this was what I used to do:
- Every morning I’d spend at least five minutes brushing my teeth.
- Made sure I drank enough water (Dehydration = bad breath).
- After meals I’d spend three minutes brushing my teeth or if I’m out, I gargle with mouth wash.
- Before any appointments I pop a Clorets or two.
& I’d still be paranoid about my breath.
Anyhow, I just want to say this:
I’ve regained my confidence with clean breath thanks to Dentiste’!
& I’m saying this not because I’m one of the 10 bloggers reviewing Dentiste’ Plus White Toothpaste.
Bad breath is a total mood killer & there’s no other way to unkill it. Not forgetting that the colour of our teeth is as important as ah-hem the groin & armpits.
& if you know you’ve bad breath, please treat it, quickly. I know you may be confused & disheartened by the many oral care products out there which claim to work wonders, but I gotta say, I’m a huge fan of Dentiste’ now.
Who is Dentiste’ for?
- Those who have morning breath, which is practically everyone.
- Those having minimal rest, leading to plaque build up.
- Frequent travelers who have little time for oral care.
- Smokers, tea, coffee & alcohol drinkers who clearly have very distinctive breaths.
- Those who desire confidence with clean teeth & fresh breath. I think everyone should aim for this.
- Those who require extensive oral care eg. Expecting moms, patients with respiratory diseases.
- Those who have diabetes, heart diseases requiring extensive care for their oral hygiene.
Dentiste’ Plus White Perfect Gum & Tooth Protection (Nighttime Toothpaste) $7.65 :
Qn: DID YOU KNOW why 93% of Dentiste’ users have been proven to have a decrease in bad morning breath after brushing with Dentiste’ before going to bed?
Ans: 14 Natural extracts which are naturally antiseptic & antibacterial.
Xylitol is a natural taste enhancer, creating unwelcome environment for bacteria.
CDX (Cyclodextrin Complex) traps up bad breath effectively.
Stable Vitamin C from Switzerland helps increase antibodies for healthy gums.
Micronized Silica Complex is clinically proven to be effective on soothing sensitive teeth.
The Nighttime Toothpaste really freshen my morning breath without fail every morning, which is one thing I find lacking in the other brands I’ve used so far. The natural therapeutic extracts come in a very subtle form & when I wash off, I need lesser rinse offs. I’m extremely happy with this (you get instant & lasting fresh breath) & will start to stock up on it.
Dentiste’ Plus Premium Herbapeutic Toothpaste (Repaire) $29.90 :
I know you must be thinking why such a steep price. Firstly, I think the packaging is brilliant. Since it comes in a pump form, it’s absolutely hygienic when all you need to do is pump out the paste, no contact with your tooth brush necessary.
Secondly, Repaire is clinically proven to promote tooth remineralization to bring back lost essential minerals, inhibits bacteria, whitens teeth, relives inflammation & increases tooth hardness.
The texture of Repaire is between a liquid & a paste which works good for me just that I find the Nighttime Toothpaste gives a more lasting clean breath than Repaire. But I assume the price is justified as it claims to improve these oral situations:
Orthodontic white spots, low salivary flow, post whitening sensitivity, post-scaling root planing, tooth hypersensitivity, tooth erosion & abrasion, gum inflammation.