Dental Care

The mouth, or oral cavity, is considered the main gateway to the rest of the body. What happens in the oral microbiome often points to what happens throughout the body. It is estimated that 300 to 700 different microbial species live in each person's mouth. Microorganisms that occur in the mouth play a key role in functions such as digestion, metabolism, blood pressure regulation, and teeth structure maintenance.

Healthy care for your teeth. Made from adaptogens - herbs that grow only in this freezing place. The absence of sulphates, parabens, xenostregones and also halogens is a matter of course. Fluoride is a blocker of the proper function of the thyroid gland, so its absence in toothpastes is necessary!

Oral microbiome

The oral microbiome is composed of hundreds of billions of microorganisms that live inside the oral cavity. Most of these organisms are "good" and "bad" bacteria, while others are yeast, viruses and fungi. The strains of microorganisms that live in the oral cavity are mainly Streptococcus and Corynebacteria. Together, these microorganisms form a kind of "ecosystem" that functions much like the human gut. Each part of the mouth has a unique surface and therefore tends to contain its own range of microbes. For example, the tongue contains a different group of microorganisms from those on the gums or teeth, because of how their surface sustains the life of various microbes. The surface of the tongue is even considered "the most densely populated microbial place on Earth."

This makes it clear that oral health is not just about teeth. However, teeth are an essential part. 

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