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  1. CTx3 Gel

    CTx3 Gel


    CTx3 Gel contains 3 of the 5 CTx treatment agents

    • Xylitol
    • pH Neutralization
    • Nano-hydroxyapatite 
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  2. CTx2 Spray

    CTx2 Spray


    CTx2 Spray contains 2 of the 5 CTx treatment agents

    • Xylitol
    • pH Neutralization
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  3. CTx Gum package

    CTx2 Xylitol Gum


    Formerly Oral Neutralizer Xylitol Gum

    CTx2 Xylitol Gum contains 2 of the 5 CTx treatment agents

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

    CTx4 Treatment Rinse


    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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  5. CTx4 Gel 1100

    CTx4 Gel 1100



    CTx4 Gel 1100 contains 4 of the 5 CTx treatment agents

    • Fluoride
    • Xylitol
    • pH neutralization
    • Nano-hydroxyapatite (Ca PO4)
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  • Fluoride do's and dont's

    Get the facts on this controversial topic. Talk with your pediatrician about whether your child should receive fluoride supplements. Supplements often are recommended if your drinking water does not provide...

  • Homecare

    Yes. Cleaning your teeth between dental visits is required. Thanks to better at-home care and in-office dental treatments, more people than ever before are keeping their teeth throughout their lives.  Although...

  • Science

    The following are abstracts which relate to the new science that may support the CariFree System. Dental plaque as a biofilm and a microbial community – implications for health and...

  • Sealants

    The benefits of early prevention can last a lifetime. A sealant is a clear or tinted plastic protective coating that is painted onto the chewing surfaces of the back teeth...

  • Caries Statistics

    Statistics on children and adults. Statistics on childhood caries Courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Although dental caries (tooth decay) is largely preventable, it remains the...

  • Transmissions

    Share love. Share kisses. Share ice cream. Just don't share cavities! Studies show that infants are not born with the bacteria that cause cavities, but that they are infected most often by...

  • White spot lesions

    White spots should be as concerning as brown spots! A number of factors can lead to the development of white spots on teeth.  Sometimes these spots are caused by nutrition,...

  • Links

    Community Outreach Programs TeamSmile North Kansas City, Missouri   Boys and Girls Club Corvallis, Oregon   Children's Dental Health Services Rochester, Minnesota   First 5 California   Education American Dental...

  • 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...

  • Home Care

    Poor or wrong home care product routine. Many individuals have been taught since they were children to “brush and floss your teeth twice a day to keep the dentist away....

  • pH Neutralization

    One of the most important factors in maintaining healthy teeth is pH. First, consider what pH means. It is a measure of acidity or alkalinity. The lower the pH, the...

  • 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...

  • Antibacterial

    Studies performed on the “killing” of biofilms have revealed some interesting results. While a “free floating” bacterial cell (planktonic) can be incredibly easy to kill, bacteria that have formed a...

  • Low-Risk Patient

    Approximately 3% of the population. [1] Mary 12/5/05: Mary is a 34-year-old stay-at-home mother with 2 children. She had a cavity 16 years ago when she was a teenager, and...

  • 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...