NATURAL SWEETENER, That Not Only Reduces Dental Decay And Sinus Problems, But Gives You FRESHER BREATH For Those Up Close Conversations!
The candy and/or gum you are receiving today is 100% sweetened with xylitol, which is a natural ingredient that is derived from birch trees and corn husks. You may hear a major buzz about xylitol because it is a simple and delicious way to fight tooth decay and prevent sinus infections. Our office feels that it may be very beneficial to your oral health! Here is a short list of why xylitol is becoming the “new fluoride” for dental health!
- Xylitol reduces tooth decay by up to 80% and assists in the remineralization of damaged enamel.
- Xylitol causes the bad tooth decay-causing bacteria (plaque) to lose its ability to adhere to teeth.
- Xylitol tastes sweet without an artificial “aftertaste” like those harmful synthetic sugars. You will love it!
- Xylitol has 40% fewer calories than sugar. Xylitol is safe for diabetics and doesn’t raise glycemic incidence.
- Xylitol is safe* for babies and pregnant mothers.
- Xylitol helps prevent bad breath by slowing down the growth of harmful mouth bacteria.
By Making Xylitol A Regular Part Of Your Family’s Home Care, You’ll FEEL AND TASTE THE DIFFERENCE!. We Recommended 1-2 Grams, Five Separate Times Daily, Especially For People Who Always “GET CAVITIES.”
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Couldn’t be happier with my experience with Dr. Williams and everybody at Pinecrest Dental. -Jonathan B., South Jordan, UT
Pinecrest Dental is a great place. I love the staff and how friendly they are. They always have me leaving with a smile. I am so impressed with their care and how up to date they are with technology. I would recommend Pinecrest Dental to all of my friends and family. Thank you guys! – Zach L., Taylorsville, UT
Exclusive Patient Offer: Show THIS Letter At Your Next Visit In Our Office…And You’ll Get A FREE Sample Of Our Unique Xylitol Candies!
*Warning: xylitol is great for kids and adults, but can make your pets very sick, keep away from dogs! In excessive amounts (more than 30 grams per day), xylitol can cause diarrhea, otherwise it is very safe!