Bacteria Are Destroying Your Smile
Brushing and flossing are important, but they aren't going to keep those cavities away. There's a much larger underlying force at play that your dentist probably didn't tell you about:
Bacteria are the culprit behind your annoying cavities.
Are Your Current Oral Hygiene Methods Working?
What are you doing currently to combat cavity causing bacteria at its source?
- You brush, detaching a good portion of the surface bacteria on the front & back of your teeth. (Cavity-causing bacteria can make a temporary home in your toothbrush, biding its time before it is reintroduced into the mouth)
- You floss, loosening the bacteria from the sides of your teeth. (Though this does remove large pockets of bacteria and food, it does not remove the deeply rooted bacteria in your gums)
- You use mouth wash, killing a broad range of bacteria in your mouth. (This also dries your mouth leading to an ideal environment for bacterial growth)
Though all these methods are good, it does not combat the cavity causing bacteria at its source: the sugar that the bacteria feed on. Before we explain how to address your cavity causing bacteria, you need to understand how these bacteria work.
The Truth About Your Cavities
Your teeth are covered in a natural biofilm filled with bacteria. This layer of bacteria, good and bad, coats your teeth. You're probably familiar with the common name for this biofilm: plaque.
If you've had cavities, chances are you have a biofilm with too much cavity-causing bacteria. You can stop the cavities, but only if you move beyond the tired old advice of doing a better job brushing and flossing.
Brushing and flossing can help remove some of the bacteria living in your mouth for a moment, but they can't remove them permanently.
Similarly, when your dentist fills a cavity, he restores the function of your tooth but does nothing to destroy cavity-causing bacteria.
Although we consider it a dental professional's responsibility to explain this process to you, we find that few do. They fill the cavity, get paid, and suggest YOU DO A BETTER JOB BRUSHING & FLOSSING. Then they repeat the process over again when you return with another cavity.
Don’t worry, there’s hope. What you need is a solution that can remove your cavity-causing bacteria’s energy source, sugar. That’s were Xylitol comes in.
Power Wash Your Teeth with Xylitol
Xylitol is a natural sweetener and sugar substitute that cannot be fermented by cavity-causing bacteria. That means the bacteria can't digest it, so they end up starving to death. It's a great way to rid your mouth of harmful cavity-causing bacteria for good.
What's more, once your mouth has a healthier biofilm, it can get to work naturally healing weak and damaged areas of your teeth through a process called remineralization.
Xylitol aids in the remineralization process by helping you naturally increase your saliva flow. Increased saliva means your mouth can work more quickly to repair your teeth.
How to Include Xylitol in Your Daily Routine
If you combine xylitol with good daily dental habits, you can significantly reduce cavity-causing bacteria, changing your biofilm for good. And the best part is with a healthier biofilm, you don't have to deal with cringe-worthy drills and fat lips from Novocain needles.
Xylitol is present in many sugar-free gums, but often not in the quantity required to help reduce cavity-causing bacteria. Our gum has the highest amount of xylitol per serving of any gum on the market, so you don't need to change your daily routine. You just need to switch out your ordinary gum for Epic Gum or Mints and you'll be on your way to a happier, healthier smile. It's that easy!
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Your dentist will be so blown away by the results, he'll ask what you're doing differently, and then you'll be able to educate him about the truth behind persistent cavities.
When you’re ready to go on the offense against bacteria, it’s time to start your 90-day Xylitol Smile Program. For as little $15.00 per month, you can destroy the cavity causing bacteria in your mouth. Start Now!