Prevent Tooth Decay Naturally with Xylitol
I am always on the lookout for new products that can benefit my clients. Bonus if it’s natural! Xylitol is a natural sweetener made from either birch or corn. It has many benefits dentally. But before we talk about Xylitol we first have to discuss cavities. Tooth decay is a preventable disease that is on the rise. It is one of the most common preventable childhood illnesses. But the key word is preventable. It doesn’t just happen. It’s not a fact of life. It requires the right conditions. Find out your risk factors. Learn how to mediate each one. Have your first cavity prevention consultation at Embrace Dental Hygiene and find out how to prevent future cavities naturally. Sign up to get my FREE pdf 5 Ways to Naturally Prevent Cavities. Call now to book your visit 519-736-1100 or email email@example.com.
Using xylitol products can be very beneficial and helps prevent tooth decay.
RDH magazine lists Xylitol’s preventive and therapeutic benefits as follows:
Helps prevent tooth decay by reducing plaque formation
Blocks the acids that demineralize tooth enamel
Halts the growth of acid producing bacteria
Reduces gingival inflammation
Has a glycemic level of 7, which does not trigger an insulin reaction in the body, making it useful for diabetics
Has 40% fewer calories than sugar.
This is a beneficial product that is available in various forms. It’s also used to treat inner ear infections in children. Xylitol is available over the counter in many health food stores and can be used in baking in place of sugar. It is in many tooth pastes and mouth rinses. It is also available in gum or lozenges. I can help you help find the product that works for you.
Products Containing Xylitol- Now you can purchase Happy Mouth Xylitol Anticavity rinse at Embrace Dental Hygiene. Safe for children over 9 mths of age. Prevents tooth decay and is helpful for those who suffer from dry mouth. Ask me how to incorporate it into your family’s daily routine
PUR gum or lozenges. Perfect for midday when you may not have the opportunity to brush your teeth.
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