It’s Time for a Different Approach
Cavities (dental caries) are caused by a bacterial imbalance in your mouth, and when dentists drill and fill cavities, they are only treating the result of the infection, not the imbalance itself—and the decay returns. While brushing and flossing can reduce bacteria, neither alters the current acidic bacterial balance in your mouth and you continue to get cavities. CariFree pH elevated products change the chemical balance of your mouth and are scientifically proven to prevent cavities.
It’s time to break the cycle of decay!
What causes cavities?
Poor oral hygiene
Dry mouth issues
Genetics and age
How do I know if I have a cavity?
Persistent toothache and pain
Bad breath or bad taste in mouth
Pain when chewing
Increased sensitivity to temperature
Dark spots on teeth or discoloration
How CariFree is Different
CariFree products can help interrupt the disease process a number of ways, preventing the cavities from ever forming. The unique pH correcting formula of CariFree products helps make the oral environment unfavorable for acid-loving, caries causing bacteria. The high pH from the CariFree system also protects tooth enamel from having minerals dissolved away in acidic conditions. The products contain nano hydroxyapatite which the teeth can use to repair missing minerals from the enamel, particularly in the high pH environment the products create. Xylitol, a natural, non-nutritive sweetener, has several dental benefits. It makes bacteria less able to stick together in a tough to remove biofilm. Caries causing bacteria also eat the xylitol but cannot use it for energy or to reproduce. So, the bacteria starve to death while eating xylitol.
Common Questions About Cavities:
Can cavity risk really be measured?
Yes, using simple, quantifiable diagnostic criteria, your CAMBRA dentist can classify your risk and help you build a treatment plan specific to your oral health needs.
Is it possible for a decayed tooth to heal by itself?
Nope. A cavity is an infection that will never heal on its own and the longer you wait for treatment the risk increases for the infection to spread into the pulp and damage the structure of the tooth.
What are some common risk factors for cavities?
Bacterial biofilm imbalance, dry mouth or saliva, medications that cause dry mouth, sugary drinks and snacks, and poor home care are all common risk factors.