Smart oral health starts at home with MintTM

Now available in the U.S., UK, and Ireland

The true state of oral health

Recent studies show that over 47 percent of U.S. adults—aged 30 years and older—have mild, moderate, or severe periodontitis.¹ New studies also suggest that people with poor oral hygiene may be at greater risk for developing serious diseases compared to those with good oral hygiene. At Breathometer, we’re challenging poor oral health head-on with innovative breath analysis. The Mint device and smartphone companion app measures VSCs (Volatile Sulfur Compounds)1 which are produced by anaerobic bacteria in the mouth.  These bacteria are correlated with poor oral hygiene and oral health, such as gum disease and bad breath.

How Mint’s data can help

The Breathometer Mint is a compact wireless device that works with your smartphone to help you understand and improve your oral health. Through a highly sophisticated array of sensors, Mint can detect the signs that harmful bacteria leave behind and accurately report through the Mint app.

Confirm your cleaning effectiveness

Oral health monitoring is finally easy and stress-free. With pre-loaded test times, Mint’s app makes sure you’re measuring your breath at the right moments throughout the day. You’re also free to take a quick test any time you want. Mint’s compact design is conveniently lightweight and low-key, perfect for busy schedules. The best part? Mint displays your breath test results immediately. Confirm that your cleaning routine is working, or learn how to improve your scores.

Track your oral health journey

Mint’s app captures your daily test scores and compiles them over time to help you visualize your trends and progress. Displayed as an easy-to-read graph, your oral report card is a powerful tool to monitor progress towards your oral health goals. Mint provides guidance along the way with subtle reminders, expert tips and video tutorials.

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*When used properly, the Mint device measures VSC’s, which are correlated to gum disease, bad breath, and the concentration of anaerobic bacteria in the mouth; three symptoms of poor oral health.
¹Centers for Disease Control and Prevention