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  1. CTx3 Rinse bottle

    CTx3 Rinse

    $16.00

    Previously called Maintenance Rinse and Xyli-Tots Anticavity Rinse

    CariFree CTx3 Rinse contains three of the five CTx Treatment Agents.

    • Fluoride
    • Xylitol
    • pH Neutralization
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  2. CTx4 Treatment Rinse with A & B Bottles

    CTx4 Treatment Rinse

    $27.00

    Previously called CariFree Treatment Rinse

    CariFree CTx4 Rinse contains four of the five CTx treatment agents.

    • Antibacterial
    • Fluoride
    • Xylitol
    • pH Neutralization
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  3. CTx26 Kit with CTx4 Gel 1100

    CTx26 Kit with CTx4 Gel 1100

    $99.00

    3-month supply of products for high risk patients requiring antibacterial therapy.


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  4. CTx21 Kit with CTx4 Gel 1100

    CTx21 Kit with CTx4 Gel 1100

    $69.00

    3-month supply of products designed to treat high and moderate risk patients that do not require antibacterial therapy.

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  5. CTx4 Gel 1100

    CTx4 Gel 1100

    $16.00

    NEW!

    CTx4 Gel 1100 contains 4 of the 5 CTx treatment agents

    • Fluoride
    • Xylitol
    • pH neutralization
    • Nano-hydroxyapatite (Ca PO4)
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  • FAQ

    If you don't ask, they won't tell. Q: Why do I get cavities? A: Cavities are caused by multiple factors in the mouth including diet, hygiene, and the type and concentration of bacteria in...

  • Saliva

    Can I spit yet? Saliva is the watery and often frothy substance produced in the mouths of humans and most other animals. Saliva is produced in and secreted from the...

  • Fluoride and cavities

    How does fluoride work? Fluoride is used primarily to help remineralize tooth structure damage caused by acid Using products with xylitol, alkaline pH+ technology, and fluoride can be more effective...

  • Cavity Prevention | CariFree CTx: It Works, Because It's Different

    Partnering with your dentist to treat people better. Dental caries (tooth decay) is an epidemic, and it is increasing in all age groups. We are proud to be doing something...

  • How Cavities Form

    Cavities are caused by the bacterial imbalance/infection known as “caries.” Dental caries is a transmissible bacterial infection of the teeth that leads to net mineral loss in the teeth,...

  • Bacterial Biofilm Imbalance

    Bad plaque / too much plaque The bacterial biofilm on teeth discussed earlier is commonly referred to as dental plaque. Dental plaque consists of a community of diverse bacteria from...

  • Fluoride

    Fluoride as a protective factor for tooth decay. There is abundant scientific evidence that demonstrates that fluoride strengthens the teeth, makes them less susceptible to acid attacks, and inhibits the...

  • Xylitol

    Xylitol has been recognized as an effective anticaries agent and also potentiates the effects of even small amounts of fluoride.[1, 2] Xylitol is a much less common anticaries agent than...

  • The Caries Risk Assessment Appointment

    Historically, the dental “checkup” or hygiene appointment consisted of examining patients for signs/symptoms of oral diseases. Cavities caused by the caries infection, periodontal disease caused by a periodontal infection, accelerated...

  • High/Extreme Risk Patient

    Risk factors and disease indicators [decay] present, high biofilm challenge; approximately 30% of the population. [1] Jack 11/10/10: Jack is a 7-year-old boy with a recent history of decay. His...

  • Selecting the Proper Treatment Strategy

    The primary goal when selecting the proper treatment strategy is to provide enough protective agents to outweigh any risk factors or biofilm challenge present and reverse the balance back toward...

  • Treatment Expectations

    How long does treatment take? There are many confounding factors that influence caries risk treatment time and the potential results a patient and practitioner can expect. Each patient’s oral biofilm...

  • The Science of ATP Testing (CariScreen)

    ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate and is the energy molecule in all living cells. In the mouth, ATP provides the opportunity to measure bacterial load and biofilm activity levels as...

  • Children & Caries

    Specific recommendations for ages 0-5. Early childhood caries has increased significantly in children, particularly those aged 2–5 years.[1] The disease progression in this age group has been the subject of...

  • Solutions

    There are many myths surrounding the cause of cavities, and maybe you have heard a few. “Maybe you just have soft teeth.” “Sugar causes cavities.” “Just brushing and...

  • CariFree | Treat People Better

    Developed by dentists to stop the progression of the dental caries (cavities)!    You see your dentist twice a year, diligently brush twice daily, rinse, floss (sometimes), you even...