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We are pleased to announce that we have added to our Epic Dental Gum range with a new 100ct size.  This new product complements our existing 50ct size that has proven to be so popular. Remember that Epic contains 45% more Xylitol than other leading brands, so it costs you less to obtain maximum dental benefit. Our new sizes can...
Just like sugar is an energy provider for your body, it also provides energy for the harmful bacteria in your mouth. This energy helps those bacteria to multiply, which creates the acids that eat into the protective enamel on teeth. This is how tooth decay and cavities are born. The best way to protect and prevent tooth decay and cavities...
The sweet alternative offers many dental benefits Although dental decay is largely preventable, it is still considered the most common chronic infectious disease of children ages 5-17. It is impossible to completely avoid sugar in our diets, so a more realistic approach would be to limit the amount of sugar we ingest to maintain good oral health and start incorporating...
The following article was published earlier this year in GreenMedInfo (www.greenmedinfo.com) and written by the highly respected Dr Ellie Phillips. "Earlier this month a study called the "Xylitol for Adult Caries Trial" was published in the Journal of the American Dental Association. Several of my dental friends contacted me, concerned to find out what was going on. If you look...
A study out by the J Zhejiang University in May of 2009 documented a case where a young man developed severe tooth decay after several years of consuming a large volume of soda on a daily basis. The authors of the study look at the patient’s medical history, probable causes of the decay and erosion, and some ways to protect...
When you mention teeth problems, most people think about painful cavities and scary visits to the dentist. We all know dental health is important, but we also know that any problems can be easily fixed with some fillings and maybe a root canal or two… right? Not really. Recent research has shown that your dental health is closely linked to...
Would you believe that humans had healthier teeth some 8000 years ago? A fascinating study recently published in Nature Genetics shows that our modern day diets are the primary cause of the “permanent state of disease” that is now plaguing our mouths. The research An international team of researchers studied 34 prehistoric human skeletons from Europe. By taking the DNA...
Many of us dutifully brush our teeth a twice a day, visit the dentist a couple of times a year and there’s probably plenty of flossers reading this as well. That’s a pretty solid defence against the plaque and bacteria that like to frequent our mouths, but in order to take the fight to the cavity-causing enemy, here are a...
If you’re serious about keeping your pearly whites looking beautiful, you need to stick to drinking water. We hear a lot about the perils of sugary soft drinks, but the truth is that pretty much anything apart from water will affect the health of your teeth. Fruit juices, although full of beneficial vitamins and fibre, contains lots of natural sugar...
We know that eating too much sugar is not just bad for our weight, but that it also has a significant impact on our teeth and overall health. Now, research is showing us that even some naturally occurring sugars, in foods that are ordinarily considered good for us, can have a detrimental effect on both dental health and blood sugar...
An interesting US perspective on Xylitol and Fluoride. "In the US we have an epidemic of cavities in children’s teeth, but the facts are that fluoride has no power to prevent cavities. Cavities are caused by bacteria that erode holes in teeth, and fluoride does nothing to help us fight these bacteria (except at dangerously strong concentrations, when it works...
If you've ever postponed going to the dentist because you're worried about the cost then it seems you're not alone - new figures show that only 49 per cent of people over the age of 15 have visited the dentist in the past 12 months. Those between the ages of 25 and 34 were found to be the worst offenders...

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