New Device Improves Oral Health and Measures Bacteria Levels That Cause Bad Breath

by Shirley Johanna on  July 8, 2015 at 10:41 AM Medical Gadgets
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Mint, a new device developed by the firm Breathometer detects oral health and hydration levels within mouth.

Volatile Sulfur Compounds (VSCs) are byproducts of bad bacteria, which can be elevated by certain foods and beverages that may also indicate gum disease and tooth decay.
New Device Improves Oral Health and Measures Bacteria Levels That Cause Bad Breath
New Device Improves Oral Health and Measures Bacteria Levels That Cause Bad Breath
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Elevated VSCs can reduce breath quality. Breath Quality Sensor measures Hydrogen Sulfide, Methyl Mercapthan and Hydrogen Disulfide levels in parts per billion. The device also uses an electrochemical fuel cell and other sensors for detection.

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Michael Yim, CEO of Breathomter said, "Oral health can be a good indicator of overall health. The company hopes that by making people more aware of it they can improve the quality of their lives."

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