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Xylitol: Naturally Occurring Sugar

Xylitol is an amazing naturally occurring sugar.  It was first found and isolated in wood products.  We’ve grown a bit since then and now it is commercially harvested from mainly corn cobs and birch.  Xylitol is considered a sugar alcohol, since it has...

Dr. Doyle Williams on Fluoride and Xylitol

I'll give you two interesting statistics: one is from the United States, which we hold up almost as the gold standard of care. We think that everybody comes to the US for the best health care, and we know that three out of four of our children - by the...

What is Xylitol?

What is xylitol?  Well it is pretty amazing, if we do say so ourselves.  It is an alternative sweetener that has been popular in food products since the 1960s.  On top of being a sweetener, it has shown to have a significant reduction in cavities when used...

Trisha O’Hehir, RDH Easily Explains How Xylitol Works

Trisha O’Hehir, RDH spoke about a fairly new way that xylitol works to reduce infectious diseases in the mouth and airway at a recent dental conference. Trisha is one of the people who cleans your teeth when you go to the dentist. Some, hopefully few,...

Emily Craft, DDS on Dental Benefits of Xylitol Gum

Dr. Emily Craft, DDS recorded a video about xylitol and dental health.  Read on for a summary of her thoughts.   Xylitol is a naturally occurring sugar that you find in a lot of fibrous plants, fruits, and vegetables.  Believe it or not, this sugar has a...

Sweet Treats for Dental Health

Sweet treats can get you into trouble.  We all know this, and our dentists like to remind us each time we visit and have to get a cavity filled.  But there’s finally a way to enjoy your sweet treats and not get your teeth in trouble.  Xylitol...

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