Bill O’Reilly Says He’s “Basically a Smart Mouth”
Host of “The O’Reilly Factor” Touts Use of SmartMouth Oral Rinse In His Defense Against Pain At the Dentist’s Office
St. Louis, Missouri (PRWeb) March 20, 2017
In the Tip of the Day segment on his show Wednesday evening, Bill O’Reilly, host of “The O’Reilly Factor” on Fox News, discussed his use of SmartMouth Oral Rinse in his daily dental health regimen as part of his strategy to maintain good oral health and avoid pain at the dentist’s office.
“You should brush your teeth three times a day and floss every night, then use a rinse twice a day,” says O’Reilly. “I like that SmartMouth stuff because I’m basically a smart mouth. If you do those things every day, you can build up a defense system in your mouth and avoid much unpleasantness.”
SmartMouth Activated Oral Rinse, manufactured by Triumph Pharmaceuticals, features a two-liquid formula that works differently than typical mouthwashes because it targets sulfur gas, which is the real cause of bad breath and may harm gum tissue in the mouth. Combining the Sulfur Eliminating Solution and the Zinc Activating Solution activates millions of zinc ions that prevent and eliminate sulfur gas in the mouth for 12 hours. Used in the morning and at night, SmartMouth’s benefits last for a full 24 hours.
“We were surprised and thrilled to hear Bill O’Reilly talk about SmartMouth as his Tip of the Day Wednesday night,” says Andrew Burch, CEO of Triumph Pharmaceuticals. “We agree that our products are an important component in building and maintaining great oral health. All of our oral rinses eliminate and prevent bad breath, and we have targeted formulas that soothe dry mouth and provide maximum antiplaque and antigingivitis benefits to help prevent bleeding gums.”
SmartMouth Oral Rinse has three formulas: Original Activated, Clinical (Gum & Plaque) and Dry Mouth. Their bad breath prevention product line also includes single-use packs, toothpaste, and mints. SmartMouth is available at Walmart, Walgreens, Target, CVS and most drugstores, and supermarkets.