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Do you have the heartbreak of halitosis?
Having chronic bad breath really stinks, but Anne Bosy knows how to help. This dental hygienist has a master of science degree specializing in oral malodour.
For the most part, solving a patient's breath problem "is easy, once we condition the mouth (to remove high bacteria levels) and put them on the proper maintenance program," Bosy says.
About half of us suffer from some form of bad breath and most of us don’t know we have it. So says Anne Bosy, who holds a master’s degree in oral malodour and is cofounder of the Fresh Breath Clinic in Toronto. According to Bosy, the primary culprit is anaerobic bacteria (the kind that thrives where there is no oxygen) in the mouth. And what makes sufferers susceptible to this foul bacteria?
Now, there’s a cure for chronic mouth odour
Having sweet nothings murmured in your ear is seductive, but not if they waft on the breath of death, says 27-year old speedwriter Darja Ros. "It's the surest way to kiss off a romance. It ranks right up there with perspiration odor as a major turnoff."
“It’s a miracle,” says Winters, three weeks after starting her treatment [at the Fresh Breath Clinic]. “I feel free to talk to anyone, be as close as I want to and my husband and I are kissing again.”