Recent data from the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and British Medical Journal (BMJ) shows that 90% of adults suffer from gingivitis and 47% from periodontitis – both caused by plaque build-up. In fact, researchers believe that 90% of systemic diseases (heart disease, arthritis, ulcerative colitis) correlate with oral diseases such as swollen gums, mouth ulcers, dry mouth or excessive gum problems.
Traditional toothpastes all rely on the use of abrasives, detergents and antimicrobials to rid the mouth of plaque-causing bacteria. Swallowing too much of it can cause stomach discomfort and intestinal obstruction, among other problems. While they may be made for children, even children’s toothpastes are loaded with fluoride, detergents, antimicrobials, and abrasives that can be harmful. A company named Livionex has taken a different approach by focusing on plaque removal technology that’s never been seen before in the history of oral care products. Livionex claims that their powerful dental gel line has been shown to clean teeth 250% better than leading toothpaste brands.
Livionex uses edathamil, a food-grade preservative. The company’s patent pending technology activates edathamil, which then has been shown to break up the bond between bacterial biofilm and teeth, thereby interfering with the ability of the plaque to stick to the teeth. It is also able to reach plaque in gum margins and between teeth.
The company has spent the last 12 years developing this plaque-disrupting technology in conjunction with researchers at the University of Texas, Galveston and the University of California, Irvine.
“With the debut of LIVFREE, anyone with color and flavor sensitivities can now get the same plaque reducing benefits as those who use our original Livionex formula. The Livionex formulas do not contain fluoride. Additionally, Livionex meets all necessary FDA guidelines for a dental gel that is incredibly effective in the removal of dental plaque.
Livionex offers its original blue dental gel under the Livionex Dental Gel brand, and Livionex LIVFREE, its new mild tasting color-free formula. For more information about Livfree, visit www.livionexdental.com
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