Absolutely. In fact, when you see what dangers lurk in your regular toothpaste, get rid of it safely!
Just like you do with your current oral care … e.g. after eating.
Absolutely. Historically, toothpastes that contain Xylitol have a history of harming animals. No Xylitol in Revitin!
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Based on the Human Microbiome Project by the National Institute of Health whose findings demonstrate that the microbiome directly support our systemic physical health, our mental wellbeing, and that it ameliorates a wide range of specific diseases.
Most research has focused on the gut. Based on the 30-years research of Dr. Gerry Curatola, Revitin includes the oral microboim – the entrance and ingress to the digestive system through which everything passes.
Yes. Clean and white. Without the use of chemical and hydrogen peroxide.
Revitin helps the beneficial bacteria eliminate or control the species that cause rough plaque. The beneficial bacteria support the teeth with a beneficial, viscous coating that protects them from invasive, cavity-causing species.
It does by supporting the non-inflammatory, probiotic species that should normally be in the mouth as well as provide key nutrients that help gum collagen integrity—Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Silica, and MSM.
Yes, indeed. Leave that project to your oral microbiome. The beneficial bacteria take care of the bacteria that release noxious gasses. Revitin supports your body’s innate, natural oral health processes.
Yes, by cultivating the beneficial bacteria that eliminate or control inflammation-causing species. Revitin supports you body’s normal, natural oral health processes.
Yes, by directly supporting the bacteria that are part of the teeth’s ecosystem. Free of Stannous and Sodium Fluoride (chemicals added to fluoride toothpaste to make the teeth hard, can also make teeth more brittle.)
Xylitol serves as an antibiotic to bacteria – it kills them. It does not support a beneficial bacteria terrain. It kills and alters the beneficial probiotic species. Further, much of the Xylitol on the market is not from birch, it’s from genetically-modified corn.
Dr. Gerry Curatola is an internationally recognized integrative and aesthetic dentist, media personality, researcher, author, oral health expert and wellness pioneer. In addition to serving as oral health expert on the Doctor Oz Show, Meredith Viera Show, Katie Couric, Martha Stewart, CNN, FOX, NBC, ABC and CBS networks, Dr. Curatola is the host of the upcoming PBS Wellness Series, The Dr. Gerry Show, to begin airing in September 2016. Dr. Curatola serves as Clinical Associate Professor at New York University College of Dentistry, and he is the founder and director ofRejuvenation Dentistry, a unique integrative and wellness oriented dental practice based in New York City. Dr. Curatola is the author of The Mouth-Body Connection to be released in January 2017.