Christiaan Cardon from Brugge in Belgium invented a tooth paste that fights bad breath not just in humans but in animals as well. He reported designing a mouth paste that could approach separate causes of smelly breath.

Sulphite oxidase included in the paste is used to disintegrate chemicals that have sulphur, such as dihydrogen sulphide, which often lead to bad breath. The paste also contains an enzyme that fights starch and cellulose in between the teeth to remove bacteria.

The paste has also flavouring that will activate salivation for enzymes to do their work.

It is not known when the tooth paste will hit the shelves. It remains for us to wait and see.