Collection: Fresh Breath Mouthwashes

Bad breath preventing you from being your best self? Try one of our fresh breath mouthwashes. Developed in consultation with the dentist community, they’re specially formulated with our patented blend of powerful antioxidants to amplify your oral health and deliver a confidence-inspiring full mouth refresh! Pair with our dental gel for best results.

Collection: Fresh Breath Mouthwashes

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The Science Behind Our Fresh Breath Mouthwashes

Our mouthwashes contain a unique blend of powerful antioxidants, Zinc compounds, botanicals, and intentional ingredients that help to swish away bad breath.

Studies have found that Zinc significantly reduces VSCs or Volatile Sulfur Compounds, bacterial byproducts that are at the root of bad breath. And ingredients like essential oils and non-carcinogenic Xylitol are known to deactivate odor-causing compounds.

With a cool mint flavor, our alcohol-free mouthwashes are also free from sodium lauryl sulfate, artificial sweeteners, or preservatives. They’re part of our range of oral care and fresh breath products that over 2600 dentists across the US trust and recommend to their patients.

How do you get rid of smelly breath?

The most effective way to get rid of bad breath or halitosis is to follow a good oral care routine. Make sure to do the following:

  • Floss twice daily after meals
  • Use a tongue scraper to clean your tongue
  • Brush your teeth twice daily after meals (toothpaste that contains fluoride can help prevent cavities, though if you prefer a fluoride-free option you can try our Natural Toothpaste)
  • Use a bad breath mouthwash twice daily after brushing your teeth
  • Visit your dentist for a check-up at least once a year

Why does my breath stink even after brushing?

There are quite a few causes of bad breath. The most common is poor oral hygiene. This can result in food particles lingering in your mouth leading to bacteria build-up. The bacterial waste results in mouth odor.

That being said, if you are suffering from chronic bad breath and toothpastes and bad breath mouthwashes simply aren’t helping, then it may be one of many signs you may have a dental issue. Cavities, gum disease or gingivitis, or dry mouth can all cause bad breath, but there are other serious underlying causes as well. Visit your dentist as soon as possible to find out what options are available to you.

Take It From The Pros

  • Dr. M. Crofcheck
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    "I conduct many periodontal procedures each year. I recommend the PerioSciences products to all my patients as an important component of their home care regimen."

    - Dr. M. Crofcheck

    Periodontist

    Houston, TX

  • Dr. S. John
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    "Our post-op patients need time to heal and a good after care regimen. When they use AO ProVantage, their soft tissues instantly feel soothed/quickly feel much better."

    - Dr. S. John

    Periodontist

    San Mateo, CA

  • Dr. J. Kim
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    "The use of antioxidants to enhance and accelerate healing immediately after surgery is a new standard of care."

    - Dr. J. Kim

    Periodontist

    Diamond Bar, CA

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    "I have recommended the AO Gel to my post-surgical patients for more than 5 years. Patients love the refreshing soothing effects when they use it as part of their home care/after care oral hygiene regimen."

    - Dr. E. Allen

    Periodontist

    Dallas, TX

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    "PerioSciences is a part of my patients post-surgical protocol. All patients, even the healthiest ones, benefit from the soothing properties of PerioSciences gel, no matter what the condition."

    - Dr. D. Yu

    Periodontist

    Austin, TX

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    "Topically applied antioxidants in AO ProVantage gel are known for their anti-inflammatory effects.* It is my go-to recommendation to support patient's healing after all periodontal procedures." *shown in laboratory studies

    - Dr. S. Low

    Periodontist

    Gainesville, FL