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    Oral Health Probiotics

    BioGaia® Prodentis  Exclusively available in Canada by HANSAmed Ltd.

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    Natural Lactic Acid Bacteria

    BioGaia Prodentis is an oral food supplement that contains the patented lactic acid bacterium Lactobacillus reuteri Prodentis. Lactobacillus reuteri was originally isolated from a human with exceptional oral health, who had neither gum problems or tooth decay. Each lozenge contains at least 200 million live Lactobacillus reuteri bacteria until the product’s best-before date.

    Tested in Clinical Studies

    BioGaia Prodentis has been clinically tested in more than 20 scientific studies. BioGaia Prodentis is used by dental professionals, and is safe for consumption by children, adults, pregnant women and the elderly.

    Convenient and Easy to Use

    The recommended daily dose of BioGaia Prodentis is one lozenge per day in the evening after your daily oral hygiene routine for a span of three months. You are encouraged to continue to use BioGaia Prodentis daily as a part of your new oral hygiene routine. Remember that BioGaia Prodentis is a complement to your daily oral care.

    BioGaia Prodentis as a Lozenge

    BioGaia Prodentis is available in lozenge-form with a fresh mint flavour. Upon ingestion, allow the lozenge to dissolve in the mouth. The active ingredients within the product spread throughout the mouth and attach to the oral mucosa. The lozenges also contain sucralose, which helps to maintain tooth mineralization.

    BioGaia® Prodentis for
    Gum Problems

    Sufferers of Gum Problems

    Three out of four adults suffer from gum problems during their lifetime. Gum problems occur among adults and is more common among the elderly, diabetics, pregnant women, individuals that smoke and individuals that take certain medication. Gum problems are due plaque buildup at the gum-line. Plaque is bacteria that needs to be removed regularly, otherwise it will harden into tartar which can only be removed by your dentist or dental hygienist.

    Bacterial Balance

    There are more than 700 bacterial species that protect the mouth against bacteria that form plaque and cause problems. When the balance among oral bacteria is disrupted due to inadequate oral hygiene, stress and/or poor diet, plaque-containing bacteria can gain the upper hand and cause gum problems.

    Symptoms of Gum Problems

    Healthy gums are pink, firm and fit tightly to each tooth. Signs of gum problems are redness, soreness and bleeding of the gums, especially after brushing. Additionally, bad breath can be a sign of gum problems. Ask your dentist or dental hygienist if you are unsure if you have gum problems.

    Tips and Advice

    Start in Time

    There is a lot you can do yourself, and a lot that your dental hygienist or dentist can help you with. The important thing is that you start on time, have patience and spend a few minutes each day with your oral care routine.

    Visit Your Dentist and Hygienist Regularly

    It is important to have regular visits to your dental professionals that check your mouth for early detection of gum problems. It is recommended that you visit your dentist and dental hygienist twice per year. A dental hygienist performs a professional cleaning to remove tartar and will give you advice on how to maintain your oral care between visits.

    Avoid Stress and Smoking

    Both stress and smoking can contribute to gum problems. The body’s immune system is affected by both of these factors which will reduce gingival defense. Ask your dental professional for advice if you need help to quit smoking.

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    Don’t Forget Your Daily Oral Hygiene

    It is important to brush your teeth thoroughly twice a day for at least two minutes each time. It is also important not to brush too hard – your teeth will not become cleaner with increased pressure. In addition to brushing, you are strongly encouraged to clean between the teeth with dental floss, a tooth stick or interdental brushing. Cleaning between your teeth should be done before brushing, since the plaque will be removed then brushed off.

    Incorporate Lactic Acid Bacteria

    In addition to visiting your dental professionals and daily oral care, supplementation of lactic acid bacteria may be an option. There are specific strains of lactic acid bacteria that have shown in clinical studies to be able to maintain a balanced bacterial flora in the oral cavity. Lactic acid bacteria can act as a great complement to the daily oral care routine.