'Shark Tank' product improves oral health, measuring levels of bacteria that cause bad breath
from Medical Daily
Charles Michael Yim, a contestant on ABC's TV show "Shark Tank," made history when he convinced all five celebrity Sharks to invest $1 million into his smartphone breathalyzer product Breeze. The 31-year-old entrepreneur's company Breathometer is now launching a second product with the same technology. But instead of analyzing a person's blood-alcohol content to prevent drunk driving, Mint will measure your mouth's bacteria and hydration levels to prevent unnecessary trips to the dentist.
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