ST. LOUIS, April 3, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Clinically developed by dentists, the new SmartMouth Premium Toothpaste
"We have a loyal customer base of people who really care about their oral health," says Andrew Burch, CEO of SmartMouth Oral Health Laboratories. "This new toothpaste provides a superior brushing experience and will be a welcome addition to the oral health regimen of our customers who have come to expect superior results from our products. Not only does this toothpaste fight cavities and plaque, but it sensitively whitens and works in tandem with our activated oral rinses to stop and prevent bad breath all day long."
The new premium toothpaste was formulated to be used in conjunction with SmartMouth Activated oral rinses to provide the most oral health benefits. The patented zinc ion technology found in SmartMouth's line of oral rinses stops and prevents the production of sulfur gas, the real cause of bad breath, for 12 hours per rinse. Sulfur gas is produced by naturally occurring bacteria in the mouth, but rinsing with activated SmartMouth once in the morning and again before bed blocks its formation and gets rid of bad breath for a full 24 hours.
The premier line of SmartMouth oral care products includes Original Activated, Dry Mouth Relief and Clinical DDS oral rinses and Dry Mouth mints. SmartMouth products can be found in the oral health aisle of most drugstores and supercenters, and online at Amazon.
About SmartMouth Oral Health Laboratories SmartMouth Oral Health Laboratories manufactures and markets SmartMouth branded mouthwash, toothpaste and mints through national retailers and online. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, SmartMouth has been working to end bad breath forever since 1993.
SOURCE SmartMouth Oral Health Laboratories
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