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Oral Care Refill Bundles - All the basics for fulfilling our 8 Successful Steps for Successful Self Dentistry at a special price.

Option 1 (Large with Ozonated Gum Drops) - Neem Enamelizer 30ml, Healthy Gum Drops 15ml, Frankincense*Fresh Truth ToothPaste 15ml, Ozonated Gum Drops 10ml and **Smart Floss

**Please Note - Smart Floss is Out of Stock at this time and will be temporary excluded from this bundle. The price has been adjusted to reflect the exclusion of the Smart Floss

Option 2 (Medium without Ozonated Gum Drops) - Neem Enamelizer 15ml, Healthy Gum Drops 15ml, Frankincense*Fresh Truth ToothPaste 15ml and **Smart Floss

**Please Note - Smart Floss is Out of Stock at this time and will be temporary excluded from this bundle. The price has been adjusted to reflect the exclusion of the Smart Floss

Option 3 (Basic) - Neem Enamelizer 15ml, Healthy Gum Drops 5ml, Frankincense*Fresh Truth ToothPaste 15ml, and **Smart Floss

**Please Note - Smart Floss is Out of Stock at this time and will be temporary excluded from this bundle. The price has been adjusted to reflect the exclusion of the Smart Floss

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Neem Enamelizer is specially formulated to replace regular toothpaste. Keeping saliva alkaline is essential for healthy mineralized enamel. Neem Enamelizer will leave your teeth feeling smooth and further allow minerals, enzymes and nutrients in your saliva to re-mineralize the enamel. This alkalinizing liquid-polish is made organic and wild crafted ingredients of neem, cinnamon, coconut oil, olive oil, jojoba, soapwort and spring water. Only one tiny drop is needed on a dry tooth brush. Our Neem Enamelizer is different in function and results from our Yogi Tooth Serum and Healthy Gum Drops products. The Neem Enamelizer replaces toothpaste and is for the brushing stage only. Whereas the Tooth Serums are for many phases of oral care, including: brushing, flossing, massaging gums, post-dentistry. Healthy teeth exist in a sea of saliva, a sea of saline alkalinity. Imagine that your mouth is a coral reef in which your teeth are the coral, surrounded by an ocean of alkalinity. When your teeth are lubricated in healthy saliva, they are at their absolute healthiest. In this state, you can heal a lot of decay and prevent new decay from occurring.

Your saliva is extremely important to the functioning of your mouth. It contains many chemicals and enzymes that exist specifically to take care of the teeth, and it is designed to bathe the teeth all day long in a solution that has a pH of approximately 7. This is exactly what your teeth and gums need. Saliva can re-mineralize or de-mineralize teeth. It controls bacterial flora in the mouth, prepares food for digestion, and produces certain vital hormones. If saliva is too acid, it dissolves the enamel on your teeth and creates an environment that houses bacteria. The longer the mouth remains acidic the more damage is done to the enamel. Weak, porous enamel and acidic gum tissue create sensitive teeth. Furthermore, saliva that has too much alkalinity excretes excess calcium and can create calculus build up on the teeth.

Foaming chemicals in your mouth while you are brushing your teeth do not create optimal oral ecology. Regular toothpaste gives an illusion of freshness, yet it does not really remove plaque, it is the brushing that does that. It is best to be minimalist about it and use a dry toothbrush with a dab of salt, baking soda, or a Tooth Serum.

The chemicals used in commercial toothpaste, including many of the brands sold in health food stores, include chemicals that you do not want in your mouth, such as glycerin, which coats the teeth and blocks the saliva from doing its primary job of re-mineralizing the enamel. You will also find calcium carbonate, which is essentially chalk that is not at all good for teeth. Also, what paste would be complete without the detergent and surfactant sodium lauryl sulfate, which makes toothpaste foamy? This known carcinogen breaks down your skin's natural barrier, easily penetrates skin, causing bleeding gums, and allows other chemicals to penetrate by increasing skin permeability approximately 100-fold. Additionally, when combined with other chemicals, it transforms into carcinogenic nitrates and can reside in the body for five days.

Some toothpastes contain propylene glycol, also known as anti-freeze, which is only handled with gloves in a lab. Then there’s the FD&C color pigments (including coal tar derivatives that contain heavy metals and accumulate in the body), formaldehyde, Triclosan (a registered pesticide and bio-persistent chemical that destroys fragile aquatic ecosystems), artificial sweeteners, and synthetic isopropyl alcohol. You may also be surprised to learn that ethanol is the primary ingredient in most mouthwashes, even though it is known to cause approximately 36,000 cases of oral disease a year! How is it possible that carcinogens could help keep your mouth healthy? Yet when people find that they have breath or gum problems, one of the first things they do is go out and get a new brand of toothpaste and a big bottle of ethanol-based mouthwash.

Healthy Gum Drops- help you to have the healthiest mouth ever. Happy, healthy teeth and gums allow the full enjoyment of life's sensuality. Your mouth is a reflection of your overall health. At last, a truly effective oral ecology product to reach every tiny crevice in your mouth.
If you like flossing, you will love Healthy Gum Drops!
If you don’t like flossing, you will love Healthy Gum Drops!
For the healthiest gums use these formulas for brushing, flossing, massaging gums, mouth-rinses, proxa-brushes, sulca-brushes, rubber-tip stimulators to overcome sensitive teeth, to ease the recovery of oral surgery, and for general overall cavity prevention.
Healthy Gum Drops contains super-critical extracts and essences of seabuckthorn berry, rose otto, oregano, peppermint, clove, tea tree, cinnamon, and thyme linalool. These organic and wild-crafted ingredients create an effective anti-bacterial, anti-fungal anoint for all aspects of oral care. Add one drop to toothbrush, salt mouth rinses, massage into gums and glide a drop over dental floss to cleanse the tiny spaces in between the teeth.

How to Use Healthy Gum Drops:
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Essential oils are extremely potent, often hundreds of times stronger than the herbal extraction of the same plant. Each oil has hundreds of botanical chemical components that work synergistically. Genuine distillations of plants, flowers, seeds, roots, and trees have been used medicinally for centuries. Each one of the botanical species in these formulas is carefully selected by Nadine Artemis for their individual and synergistic effects that improve and maintain gum and oral health. The combination of antiseptic, astringent, circulatory and analgesic botanicals create optimal molecular activity.

Cinnamon, Cinnamomum ceylanicum. Our true cinnamon bark essential oil from Madagascar is antiseptic and antibacterial. It stimulates blood circulation to the gums and promotes their health and regeneration. Cinnamon is high in the compounds eugenol and cineol, both of which have potent anesthetic and antiseptic properties that increase the production of white blood cells. According to the work of Drs Franchomme and Pènoel, cinnamon bark oil is effective against 98% of all pathogenic bacteria.[1]

Clove Bud, Eugenia carophyllata, is an analgesic essential oil from the flowering buds of the clove tree with an extremely high ORAC. Clove has relieved toothaches and freshened breath since ancient times. A potent antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal, clove boosts the immune system and stimulates blood flow with its botanical constituents of eugenol, esters, and sesquiterpenes, all of which combine to create an essence with an impressive action against pathogens and microbes. “It is antiparasitic and helps gum infections, toothaches and tonsillitis.”[2]

Oregano, Origanum vulgare, wild oregano oil from the mountains of the Mediterranean, has a bounty of botanical benefits with a broad spectrum of antibacterial, antifungal, anti-parasitic, anti-microbial, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory action. Wild oregano contains two phenol compounds (in the following concentrations) that contribute to its medicinal applications: carvacrol at over 65% and thymol at 3.4%. These phenols possess potent antiseptic, analgesic, and antibacterial properties. Dr. Gerald Smith, DDS, explains, “Basically, oregano works like an antibiotic,” boosting the immune system. Many studies show that oregano has a broad range of antimicrobial activities and works against fungus, virus, and bacteria, including E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Pseudomonas aeruglinosa. Wild oil of oregano in oral applications can also improve dental hygiene as it destroys plaque-causing bacteria and reduces risks of gum disease.

Peppermint, Mentha piperita, helps with digestion and has an analgesic and cooling anti-inflammatory effect. Ingesting peppermint oil reduces levels of oxidized fats in body tissue and reverses declines in glutathione that were caused by radiation exposure[3]. Our peppermint is a genuine distillation of the fresh leaves and comes from a fourth generation family of distillers in France. It is important to understand that the peppermint flavouring in commercial toothpaste is artificial menthol and offers no benefit in preventing gingivitis. Real peppermint is a potent anti-oxidant and inhibits the bacterium that causes tooth decay.

Rose Otto, Rosa damascena, is an elegant and precious essence. It takes sixty roses to make one drop of Rose Otto essential oil! One of the most medicinally valued extracts, it adds resiliency and elasticity to the gum tissue. It is an effective analgesic and is vulnerary, meaning that it speeds up the healing of tissues with its potent antiviral and antiseptic properties. It is great for cold sores and cankers. Rose Otto also has the ability to regenerate connective tissues and tonify the gums.

Seabuckthorn Berry, Hippophae rhamnoides, is an incredibly rich and vital oil; extracted from a berry, it is perfectly balanced in omega 3, 6, 7, and 9 oils. Our seabuckthorn berry is a special super critical extract that is able to capture over 190 bioactive substances from the edible berry. The oil is also potent in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory beta carotene, carotenoids, and phytosterols that reduces redness and helps heal mucous membranes. I have been using seabuckthorn in many of my formulas since 1994 and have found the oil regenerates cells, protects against cell water loss, and is rich in vitamins C, E, and provitamins A and B’s. Seabuckthorn Berry is rich in lipids, beneficial fatty acids, and rare palmitoleic acids. All of these extraordinary plant properties contribute to regenerate and revitalize connective and gingival tissue.

Tea Tree Oil,Malaleuca alternifolia, from the paper bark tea tree, has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal plant by the Australian Aborigines. Tea tree oil has anti-viral, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial properties, and is “A therapeutic agent in chronic gingivitis and periodontitis, conditions that have both bacterial and inflammatory components.”[4] Tea tree is very high in natural anti-inflammatory agents and contains the plant-chemicals cineol and propanol, both kinds of natural chemicals that can decrease gingivitis and reduce plaque. Tea tree also helps stop the approach of bacteria and is very astringent and antiseptic. In a scientific dental study,[5] a genuine distillation of tea tree oil (2.5%) proved effective in the treatment of chronic of gingivitis and inflammation. High in natural anti-inflammatory, antibacterial constituents of 1.8 –cineol, terpinen-4-ol, tea tree essential oil decreased the level of gingival teeth and reduced plaque scores in the study. Furthermore, the study showed that a total of 162 oral bacteria isolates (including streptococcus) were inhibited and rapidly destroyed by tea tree oil concentrations of less than 2%. The study concluded, “The components of Tea Tree Oil are known to have lipophilic properties which facilitate its diffusion through the epithelium. If Tea Tree Oil is readily absorbed after topical application into the gingival tissues and has anti-inflammatory properties once it has entered the connective tissues, it would be a unique non-toxic agent.”[6] The Healthy Gum Drops formula contains more than 2% of this astringent and antiseptic essence.

Thyme Linalool, Thymus officinalis linalool, is a rare variety of the thyme species. It is both antiseptic and gentle. Thyme Linalool balances oral salivary secretions, stimulates the immune system, and acts as a decongestant. Overall, it is a tonifying and effective immuno-stimulant with anti-bacterial agents.

Essential oils in their unique nature are all antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral to varying degrees. In the book Beyond Antibiotics, Michael Schmidt devotes an entire chapter to the antimicrobial efficacy of essential oils, and states, “One of the advantages essential oils have over antibiotics is that bacteria do not develop resistance to essential oils. Many essential oils exert their antibacterial effect by interfering with the bacteria’s ability to breathe. On the other hand, antibiotics interfere with the life cycle, or metabolism of, bacteria, but since bacteria are very crafty creatures, they change their chemistry and genes, which makes the antibiotic less effective the next time it is used. As a result, new generations of antibiotics will need to be developed to stay ahead of these organisms. Additionally says Schmidt, “another advantage to essential oils is that some actually stimulate immune function.”

The botanical serums created for the Successful Self-Dentistry protocol are Healthy Gum Drops and Yogi Tooth Serum. Many people have asked us, “What is the difference between the two and which should I use?” The answer is that they have the same effect and the same excellent results, yet they contain different synergies of botanicals. All the ingredients are active and all the ingredients are antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral, meaning they can remove unwanted oral bacteria, revivify gum tissue, and enhance the immune system.

Yogi Tooth Serum and Healthy Gum Drops achieve the same results with different botanical selections. They maximize the health of one’s oral ecology by both rejuvenating the gum tissue and increasing blood circulation to the gums and blood vessels of the mouth. The Healthy Gum Drops is fresh and minty tasting. The powerful bitters of neem in Yogi Tooth Serum take some people a little getting used to (although the cinnamon and cardamom in the product do help make the neem palatable). That being said, there is no need to get both, although some choose both for variety and alternate between the two. Both serums are great for flossing, brushing, and for keeping gums healthy, which is a major key to oral health. Both formulas are also effective on a deeper level and, while they work wonders at cleaning the teeth and nourishing the gum tissue, they are also beneficial to digestion and the stomach. So, even if you are only focusing on the teeth and gums, the botanicals in these serums are part of an integrated, harmonious system that can also benefit your whole body.

People sometimes ask if it is okay if they happen to swallow any of the oral care serums. The short answer is yes, in the “drop” quantities in which they are used. Essential oils are potent and it is often advised they not be taken internally in any quantity. This is true if the oils are not a genuine authentic distillation. However, when pure distillations of essential oils are taken in small quantities (i.e. by the drop), most are fine (and often beneficial) for internal use. In fact, many essential oils are used by the food and flavor industries. Orange juice is often flavoured with essential oil from oranges, Earl Grey Tea is flavoured with essential oil distilled from bergamot, and many liqueurs, confectionaries, chocolates, and flavour extracts use various essential oils. Essential oils are lipid soluble and, because they have a small molecular size, are able to penetrate the dermal layer of the skin, positively affecting the body through the lymphatic vessels, capillaries, cells, and nerve endings located there.

What Goes on the Skin Goes In

Aside from being cautious about what and how much is ingested by swallowing, it is significant to know that everything that is applied to the body, including essential oils, or the manufactured chemicals of perfumes, toothpaste, and synthetic lotions, are also absorbed into the bloodstream, cells, and organs whenever they are applied to the skin, and often to a higher degree than by eating and digesting something. This rate of absorption is even higher inside the mouth and its moist tissues where the skin wall, or epithelium, is only one cell thick. This is especially true if one has bleeding gums where anything in the mouth will have direct access to the bloodstream. We would not want to put anything in, on, or around the body that could not be swallowed. With ingredients, discernment is important.

How these products are different than regular toothpaste and actually nourish the oral ecology:

Mouth Math: acid + bacteria = inflammation = plaque = tartar = bleeding = sensitivity = decay = receding gums = exposed dentin = decay = lower immunity for overall health. The middle of the tooth is a pulp cavity and it contains nerve endings and blood vessels. Teeth are "alive" similar to the crystalline calcium make up of coral reefs. The mouth's salvia acts like an oceanic sea of alkalinity. Acidity strips the teeth of enamel making the teeth more vulnerable to bacteria. Unhealthy bacteria are the cause gingivitis, inflammation, periodontitis and decay. Under the gum line is cementum. Cementum keeps the tooth attached to gums and jaw bone held with collagen fibers. These deeply penetrating formulas containing amazing lipophilic properties that facilitate diffusion through the epithelium nourish the cells by promoting circulation to the gum tissue, dentin and blood vessels within our teeth. “Minty fresh” is a marketing promise we all know. Common toothpaste feels refreshing because it contains synthetic mint (menthol) or other flavor by-products such as cinnamon (cinnamaldehyde). These are not the real plant essences; they are synthetic derivatives. Foaming chemicals in your mouth while you are brushing your teeth do not create optimal oral ecology. Regular toothpaste gives an illusion of freshness, yet it does not really remove plaque, it is the brushing that does that. It is best to be minimalist about it and use a dry toothbrush with a dab of salt, baking soda, or a Tooth Serum.

The chemicals used in commercial toothpaste, including many of the brands sold in health food stores, include chemicals that you do not want in your mouth, such as glycerin, which coats the teeth and blocks the saliva from doing its primary job of re-mineralizing the enamel. You will also find calcium carbonate, which is essentially chalk that is not at all good for teeth. Also, what paste would be complete without the detergent and surfactant sodium lauryl sulfate, which makes toothpaste foamy? This known carcinogen breaks down your skin's natural barrier, easily penetrates skin, causing bleeding gums, and allows other chemicals to penetrate by increasing skin permeability approximately 100-fold. Additionally, when combined with other chemicals, it transforms into carcinogenic nitrates and can reside in the body for five days.

Some toothpastes contain propylene glycol, also known as anti-freeze, which is not to be handled without gloves in a lab. Then there’s the FD&C color pigments (including coal tar derivatives that contain heavy metals and accumulate in the body), formaldehyde, Triclosan (a registered pesticide and bio-persistent chemical that destroys fragile aquatic ecosystems), artificial sweeteners, and synthetic isopropyl alcohol. You may also be surprised to learn that ethanol is the primary ingredient in most mouthwashes, even though it is known to cause approximately 36,000 cases of oral disease a year! How is it possible that carcinogens could help keep your mouth healthy? Yet when people find that they have breath or gum problems, one of the first things they do is go out and get a new brand of toothpaste and a big bottle of ethanol-based mouthwash.

Healthy gums provide a natural barrier against the 400-plus microorganisms entering the circulatory system. The epithelium (the very thin skin inside your mouth) is only one cell thick and is designed to keep toxins, bacteria, and infection from entering the body. The soft oral tissues are great at absorbing whatever comes into contact them, with approximately 90% absorption efficiency, the tiniest break or cut in the epithelium (bleeding gums) allows toxins and bacteria to enter the bloodstream quite quickly.

Many Uses:

*These concentrates (water and alcohol free) can be added to salt-water for an excellent mouthwash.
*One drop added to a dry tooth brush (good-bye toothpaste)
*One drop added to a dry toothbrush and then dipped in (aluminum-free) baking soda, or salt.
*Massaged into gums, especially areas where the pockets are low and the dentin is exposed.
*One drop to proxa-brushes, sulca-brushes and rubber-tip stimulators
*One drop on tongue-scrappers
*One drop on tongue through the day for fresh breath
*One drop gargled in water for sore throats
*One drop on cankers sores; herpes lesions
*Apply one drop several times a day to any oral wound, laceration, incision to ease pain, *reduce inflammation, keep the incision clean and generate new cells.
*One drop to your string of floss, getting the Gum drops between each and every single tooth is very effective.

Side Benefits:

*Boosts immune systems and sinuses
*Soothes sore throats
*Keeps toothbrush clean
For a video on uses

Frankincense*Fresh Truth ToothPaste
A liquid pearl of holy anointing oil from the tree of life, frankincense essential oil, Boswellia carterii, is from the sap of the frankincense tree. Our frankincense essential oil comes from Somaliland where the highest quality of gums whose origins lie in the most ancient groves rooted in antiquity: the Dhallo valley, heart of frankincense country. Our unique distiller specializes in the hydrodistillation of the fresh oleo-gum resins of Frankincense. This is very rare to have frankincense distilled with material from the fresh harvest – this creates a rich frankincense with a wide range of incredible top notes and heart notes. Frankincense has been used to support oral health for thousands of years in Middle Eastern areas. It is common for Arabian people to place the resin in their mouths daily and chew it to strengthen teeth and gums. Frankincense is chewed to strengthen teeth and gums and to refresh the mouth. Known for its antimicrobial properties, it is also used to assist with infection of the teeth and gums. Compounds of frankincense have been found to exhibit in vitro antibacterial, antifungal, and immunomodualtory properties.

Ozonated Healthy Gum*Gel
Our new oral care creation brings a fresh potency and depth to delivering tissue rejuvenating and microbe managing to your oral ecology. Healthy Gum Gel delivers ozone, made of three atoms of oxygen (O3) to the gums. Nascent oxygen and essential oils are naturally antifungal, anti-bacterial, & anti-viral. Ozonated organic: seabuckthorn, jojoba, clove, tea tree, peppermint, rose otto, oregano, cinnamon, and thyme linalool. Use as toothpaste, on floss & massage into gums.

Ozone is made of three atoms of oxygen (O3) and has many applications in oral care, as nascent oxygen is naturally antifungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral. It was the brilliant visionary, Nikola Tesla, an electrical genius with over 300 patents for a wireless light bulb, wireless communication, ionized gases, cold plasma, and ozone generation for oxygen therapy that invented ozone therapy. In 1896, Tesla was issued a patent for an ozone generator. He formed the Tesla Ozone Companyand went into production of these generators. He produced a powerful gel made by bubbling ozone through olive oil until it solidified for use by naturopaths and doctors.

Ozone for Oral Care
Today, biological dental practices use ozone in the form of ozone gas and ozone infused water. Ozonatedgas has many dental uses; among these is the practice of injecting it around the root of a root canalled tooth. Cavities exposed to ozone gas will subsequently harden. In the case of a nerve exposure, ozone water followed by ozone gas will often prevent the nerve from dying. Irrigation of a surgical site with ozone water will speed healing and help remineralize the bone. The gas injected into cavitations sites is part of a protocol to clear up the cavitation. Injection of ozone into the TMJ joint has been found to be anti-inflammatory. Ozonated water is used for ingesting, gargling, and irrigating gum pockets. At home, Ozonated Tooth Serums deliver the combined benefits of ozone with potent botanicals and theseozonated gels may be applied to gums, sensitive teeth, abscesses, gum pockets, sulca, mouth lesions, and cold sores.

Successful Self-Dentistry in 8 Steps
Take a few moments to do these steps morning and night and wake up ready to kiss the day!
Welcome to the Successful Self-Dentistry steps with our new Ozone products. We are happy to offer more options to create the healthiest mouth ever! Each of these products is unique and offers innovative care when used altogether. If you are starting out with just one product, then the potent and versatile Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops are still the classic choice.
Our new Ozonated oral care products are a great addition to your protocol and are integrated in the steps below. Ozone is especially beneficial for lifting your oral ecology to a new balance and to add variety to your daily care. The Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel can be applied to the gums and left on as your last step in this effective ritual.

Step One: The Salt Rinse
Make a salt water solution to keep in your bathroom (16oz of spring water to 1oz of salt in a mason jar). Add a drop of Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops. Start with a salt water rinse before brushing. Use a little shot glass, pour in a bit of brine, swish and spit.

Step Two: Scraping the Tongue
Holding ends of tongue scraper, gently scrape the tongue from back to front 2-3 times. Rinse the scraper off each time.

Step Three: Brushing the Gums
Use a dry (ionic) toothbrush; add one drop of Yogi Tooth Serum, or Healthy Gum Drops, or Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel to one tiny drop of Neem Enamelizer on the brush. Brush gum down towards teeth for two minutes. Use special care over the gum line.

Step Four: Polishing the Teeth
Polish with a dry round-headed electric toothbrush. Use a tiny, half of a pea sized amount of Ozonated Clay Tooth-Truth Paste or Frankincense*Fresh Truth ToothPaste (you may add a drop of serum or Neem Enamelizer to this). Simple baking soda also works for this polishing step.

Step Five: Checking the Gum Lines
Check gum lines for any remaining plaque; use a rubber tip gum tool with a drop of either Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops or Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel.

Step Six: Flossing
Floss two times! Apply a drop of Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops along the floss.

Step Seven: Final Rinse
Use salt rinse again – vigorous swish and spit.

Step Eight: Extra Care
For receding gums, bleeding gums or any area that needs extra attention, apply Yogi Tooth Serum, or Healthy Gum Drops. Ozonated Gum Gel is great to use throughout the day and it is also beneficial to apply and leave on your gums as your final step after the mouth is clean

Smart Floss
More Effective than Regular Floss and in a Biodegradable Container!
There’s no floss quite like Smart Floss. It stretches and expands into inter-dental spaces for better removal of plaque and food particles. This high performance floss is suitable for everyone - people with tight spaces, wider spaces, and even people with braces. It's also great for gums. Smart Floss dental floss is soft and stretchy, unlike other flosses with no spring that can often hurt gums and fingers!
Smart Floss is clinically proven to be more effective than regular floss. It has been shown to remove up to 40% more plaque than some of the most popular flosses, i.e. regular waxed and un-waxed flosses and PTFE monofilament floss. Electric and manual flossers which claim to be as effective as regular floss are no match for Smart Floss. Smart Floss can clean around the teeth and reach deeper into the inter-dental spaces, leaving teeth cleaner – and you smiling longer!

• Lightly waxed with natural wax blend (no petrochemical wax)
• Recyclable container

Suggested Use:
Apply one drop of Healthy Gum Drops or Yogi Tooth Serum along the floss and wrap approx.18 inches (45 cm) of floss around fingers and draw tight. Tug and release (it expands). Slide floss between teeth, curve it around tooth and clean between tooth and gum with gentle up and down motion. Repeat using a clean section between each tooth.

Smart Floss $5 (or free with our 15ml and 30ml sizes of Healthy Gum Drops or Yogi Tooth Serum)