What does CTx3 do?
CTx3 Rinse is designed to specifically control oral environmental factors that lead to a cariogenic biofilm. CTx3 Rinse contains xylitol, fluoride (. 05% sodium fluoride), and CariFree’s unique, patented pH+ technology to neutralize acidic oral pH.
How do you use CTx3 rinse?
CTx3 Rinse Swish with 10 ml two times daily. (Recommended to follow-up with brushing with CTx4 Gel 1100.)
What is Cari gel?
CTx3 Gel is a non-abrasive, fluoride-free, refreshing tooth gel that combines bio-available nano hydroxyapatite crystallites, xylitol, and CariFree’s unique, patented pH+ technology. Each box contains one 2 fl oz (60mL) tube. Approved size for airline travel! Approximately one month of use (when used twice daily).
How do I make my own mouthwash?
Recipe #1: Basic Homemade Mouthwash
- 1 tsp. salt.
- 1 tsp. baking soda.
- 1 tsp. xylitol (optional)
- 8 to 10 drops of essential oils (optional)
- 20 drops of mineral drops (optional)
- 1 cup distilled water.
- Clean, empty bottle with lid.
Can too much fluoride cause yellow teeth?
Fluorosis: Fluoride is good for teeth, but excess fluoride can cause yellow or brownish yellow spots called fluorosis. Fluoridated water, fluoride toothpaste and prescribed fluoride tablets and treatments are your biggest sources of fluoride.
What is difference between CTx4 gel 5000 and CTx4 gel 1100?
The CTx4 5000 Gel has 5000 ppm sodium fluoride and is only available for sale as a prescription through your dentist. The CTx4 1100 Gel has 1100 ppm sodium fluoride and is available over the counter. Both the 1100 and the 5000 Gel have the same ingredients, the only difference is the amount of fluoride in the product.
Is salt water rinse better than mouthwash?
Mouthwash vs Saltwater It ultimately boils down to what you need to use an oral rinsing solution for. Saltwater rinse is often recommended for soothing oral pain as mentioned above and it is excellent at killing bacteria because the said bacteria cannot live in salt (hence why it can be used for meat preservation).