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Dr. Keith Ostrosky Weighs in on New Product That Claims to Cure Bad Breath

Feb 7 2013 12:00AM

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ST. PAUL, MN -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- Halitosis, or bad breath, is an issue that many people battle on a daily basis. While brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash can work wonders in terms of oral health, they cannot always combat bad breath. "DentistryIQ" reports in a recent article that a new product, called InFresh, has been released onto the market to assist individuals in improving their breath. Dr. Keith Ostrosky, a noted dental professional, believes that this product can help countless people who are facing halitosis; however, he warns that bad breath that is not improved by the product may be a sign of deeper health concerns and, should a patient find that InFresh does not work for them, they should schedule a consultation with a medical professional.

According to the article, InFresh is a tablet that eliminates bad breath instead of simply masking it. The goal of the product is to assist users in achieving long-term improvement in their breath. To do so, it calls upon chlorophyll, which the article asserts "has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and helps to neutralize toxins and pollutants that are ingested daily. Chlorophyll is a natural deodorizer and recommended supplement to fight bad breath."

In addition to chlorophyll, the ingredients in InFresh's proprietary Formula Seven include wheatgrass, alfalfa, parsley, mint, and more. The recipe for the product was created by Elias Chavando, who is an entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, California. For over 10 years Chavando researched bad breath and its causes and collaborated with a gastroenterologist to create the best product to combat this issue.

"Most bad breath stems from gingivitis, periodontal disease, or tooth decay," asserts Dr. Keith Ostrosky. "If the problem is rooted in systemic issues, the first course of action would be to try InFresh. But if the problem continues, it could prove to be a symptom of a deeper systemic issue and I would recommend that patients have further consultations with an internist."

Dr. Ostrosky encourages individuals who are in need of assistance fighting halitosis to schedule an appointment with their dentists. By working with their dental professionals, individuals can best treat the issue and, if necessary, reveal any underlying causes of bad breath.

ABOUT:

Dr. Keith Ostrosky of Ostrosky Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in South St. Paul, Minnesota, offers a wide range of services to patients of all ages, such as treatment options pertaining to oral hygiene, dental cleaning, halitosis (bad breath), sealants, bonding, fillings, crowns, bridges, tooth extractions, root canals, implants, nightguards, TMJ, whitening, veneers, and more. Dr. Keith Ostrosky earned his degree from the University of Minnesota Dental School and has completed advanced training in endodontics, which includes the execution of root canals. Dr. Keith Ostrosky and his team members are dedicated to offering the highest quality care possible to each patient, from the administrative services carried out at the reception desk to the medical procedures performed in the examination rooms.



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