REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR DENTAL CHECK-UPS. The probiotic strains in PRO-Dental work together to create an environment in the oral cavity that helps lessen the buildup of sticky deposits that can eventually lead to problems. These beneficial strains also work to crowd out undesirable bacteria, helping to address the root cause of unhealthy gums.
REPOPULATE YOUR ORAL MICROBIOME. You might be familiar with your gut microbiome, but did you know that different probiotic strains populate your oral cavity? And, if the balance of good bacteria in your mouth is compromised, dental issues can develop. Even more, poor oral health is often indicative of problems elsewhere in the body. That’s why we created PRO-Dental: so you can proactively support this often-forgotten microbiome!
LIVE MORE HEALTHY DAYS. Your mouth is the gatekeeper and the first line of defense when it comes to the microbes that make their way into our bodies. The strains in PRO-Dental are among the most important and beneficial bacteria of the mouth.
FRESHEN BREATH AT ITS SOURCE. Did you know that when you use mouthwash to prevent bad breath, you kill both the good and bad bacteria? And, did you know that the good bacteria can potentially help keep the bad breath causing bacteria in check?
This means that the best long-term solution to freshening breath is to repopulate your oral cavity with the good guys found in PRO-Dental.
Typically, we try to “mask" bad breath with cosmetic products such as mouth rinses, gums, and sprays. When the strains in PRO-Dental colonize in your mouth, they actually help to crowd out the odor-causing bacteria and therefore freshen breath at its root.
MAINTAIN HEALTHY EARS, NOSE, THROAT, AND SINUSES. When your oral microbiome is populated with strong probiotic colonies, you are equipped with natural defenses against common invaders. PRO-Dental is formulated with targeted probiotic strains to replenish the balance of good bacteria and support oral and upper respiratory health.
Ingredients Include: Zinc, L. paracasei, L. reuteri, L. sakei, L. salivarius