I am writing to ask if xylitol and/or your oral care system will help get rid of the white spots that remain after getting braces removed. I got my braces removed today and they said they can do some treatment to get rid of the white spots (at a hefty price), but I was hoping to rid of them more naturally. Also, I am very excited about your system! I am going to go to a dentist probably next month (Jan. 2011) to see the condition of my teeth then give 6 months to see how your system does. Then I’ll probably write a blog post about it on my website. Do you offer coupons or coupon codes to order your products? Thank you so much!
I am familiar with the tray gel treatment that etches your teeth and then re-mineralizes them.
My program uses the same principles – and will work – perhaps mine a bit slowly but a lot more naturally!
You can purchase granular xylitol from any health food store.
Make one teaspoon into a drink with 6-8 oz of water and sip this through the morning and preferably again in the afternoon.
Small frequent amounts of xylitol are the way to embed new minerals back into your teeth and eliminate these white spots quickly – before they stain.
I also suggest you go to Walgreens and get the Closys rinse that you need – the Crest Cavity Protection toothpaste, Listerine and ACT.
There are good directions on my website – but if you have any questions feel free to let me know.
You should “clean” your teeth with my mouth rinse system twice a day – morning and night – and then drink the xylitol -water during the day.
Try to have about two teaspoons of xylitol in multiple “sips” that make “divided doses”.
Go ahead and order Zellies gum and mints – you can add these in later on – but get started with the program as soon as you can with ingredients you can buy at your local sotres..
In addition – mineral supplements for your diet if necessary – fish oil, vitamin D, Vitamin E and a good diet for at least a few weeks are also adjuncts that will help keep your saliva mineralized – so minerals can go into your teeth. Try to avoid any acidic drinks – sweet or sugarless. Acidity takes minerals OUT of your teeth – and you need to put them INTO your teeth!
Hope this helps – but don’t wait – you may have all this fixed by January if you act now!
Best Wishes and I would love to hear the outcome,
Ellie Phillips DDS
Solutions for Oral Health!
author, Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye