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TheraBreath mouthwash is currently at the lowest price I've seen it in the past 5 years. I always purchased this on a Lightning Deal in the past for around $11.30something. The catch is that it must be your first time S&S for this product to clip the coupon. With the clipped coupon and S&S (5% for me, so it could be less for you), it comes out to $10.83. >Now $10.85

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Ha! This is why I love Slickdeals: you always learn something new.

https://dentists.usc.edu/files/20...-rinse.pdf

"The differences in clinical improvement between the sodium hypochlorite rinse group and the water rinse group were statistically significant. No adverse events were identified in any of the study patients, except for minor complaints about the taste of bleach."

By the way, I've been having great results with hydrogen peroxide instead. Diluted 50% twice a day.
Where? Amazon is 3% 1 star and 80% 5 star. Good luck finding any product with better statistics than that. Personally I always sort by recent US reviews and see how often those negative reviews were recent.

Only negative review I see recently from the US was complaining that the tamper seal wasn't secure on delivery. I personally wouldn't utilize something that the tamper seal was broke. Not worth the risk and too easy to get a refund to bother. Still wouldn't stop me from buying.

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9.76 for me with 15% S&S
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Does it really work? Read a lot of negative comments.
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Does it really work? Read a lot of negative comments.
Where? Amazon is 3% 1 star and 80% 5 star. Good luck finding any product with better statistics than that. Personally I always sort by recent US reviews and see how often those negative reviews were recent.

Only negative review I see recently from the US was complaining that the tamper seal wasn't secure on delivery. I personally wouldn't utilize something that the tamper seal was broke. Not worth the risk and too easy to get a refund to bother. Still wouldn't stop me from buying.
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Where? Amazon is 3% 1 star and 80% 5 star. Good luck finding any product with better statistics than that. Personally I always sort by recent US reviews and see how often those negative reviews were recent.

Only negative review I see recently from the US was complaining that the tamper seal wasn't secure on delivery. I personally wouldn't utilize something that the tamper seal was broke. Not worth the risk and too easy to get a refund to bother.
Exactly, you can't just go by the negative reviews with out reading some. Most people talk about the Packaging.
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Does it really work? Read a lot of negative comments.
I been using this for years. So to answer your question, yes it work. You just need to find a flavor you like.
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Im sure someone without a clue will try to flame this post, but a dentist told me to put 1 teaspoon of bleach in a full glass of water and use that for mouthwash. He said its approved by the FDA as an oral antiseptic and its very common in other countries. I had gingivitis that wouldn't go away no matter what mouthwash I tried but it cleared up in a few days with the bleach mixture and I've used that ever since for past 10 years or so. Even a small bottle of bleach would last you a very long time and cost so much less than all the marketed products. Just don't swallow it and you'll be fine.
Seems to work.

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Im sure someone without a clue will try to flame this post, but a dentist told me to put 1 teaspoon of bleach in a full glass of water and use that for mouthwash. He said its approved by the FDA as an oral antiseptic and its very common in other countries. I had gingivitis that wouldn't go away no matter what mouthwash I tried but it cleared up in a few days with the bleach mixture and I've used that ever since for past 10 years or so. Even a small bottle of bleach would last you a very long time and cost so much less than all the marketed products. Just don't swallow it and you'll be fine.
Ha! This is why I love Slickdeals: you always learn something new.

https://dentists.usc.edu/files/20...-rinse.pdf

"The differences in clinical improvement between the sodium hypochlorite rinse group and the water rinse group were statistically significant. No adverse events were identified in any of the study patients, except for minor complaints about the taste of bleach."

By the way, I've been having great results with hydrogen peroxide instead. Diluted 50% twice a day.
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This product seems like its for people with halitosis...
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What's the benefit of this over Listerine?
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