The mouth is a constant battleground – on a daily basis, billions of invading bad bacteria attempt to displace the natural and beneficial bacteria of the mouth, teeth and gums. This causes a change or imbalance of the normal bacteria in our mouths and can affect the health of our teeth and gums.
Tooth decay and gum disease are products of nasty bacteria that are tough to get rid of, no matter how good your dental routine is. BLIS ToothGuard is a scientifically developed oral probiotic that protects teeth and gums by crowding out the bad bacteria – leaving them nowhere to hide. Put simply, ToothGuard with BLIS M18™ leaves no room for bad bugs.
BLIS M18™ is a new generation of advanced oral probiotics, developed from a specific strain of beneficial bacteria calledStreptococcus salivarius that is found to occur naturally in the healthy mouths of adults and children.
BLIS M18™ has been scientifically developed to support the health of teeth and gums when used in conjunction with regular brushing.
For best results, slowly dissolve one lozenge in the mouth 1-2 times a day, ideally after brushing. ToothGuard with BLIS M18™ works best if eating or drinking can be avoided for at least 30 minutes after taking. The longer BLIS M18™ is in your mouth, the better the colonisation will be, and the more the bad bacteria can be crowded out.
Suitable for adults from age 13.
ToothGuard can be taken during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Do not take ToothGuard while taking antibiotics.
If you have an immune compromised condition, please seek your doctor’s advice before taking.
INGREDIENTSIsomalt, Tableting Aids, Streptococcus salivarius M18 (contains at least 2.50 billion CFU/dose at the date of manufacture), Natural Flavour.
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
- Always read the label. Use only as directed.
- Nutritional supplements may only be of assistance if the dietary intake is inadequate.
- Supplements should not be used to replace a healthy balanced diet and adequate physical exercise.
- Keep all medications and supplements out of reach of children.
- If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.