Simply Silver Mouthwash Spearmint (Nano hydroxyapatite formula)

AVAILABLE ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1st

Finally!   A mouthwash that helps remineralize teeth WITHOUT chemicals!  Nano hydroxyapatite is bio-identical to enamel so it is CLINICALLY proven to be more effective than fluoride.  It has been used as the gold standard in Japan since the 1980's and NASA uses it for their astronauts to help restore teeth and bone loss.

Current research shows a rising concern regarding the toxicity and long-term effects of fluoride, so that's why I wanted to created a natural alternative to the chemically laden commercial products offered on the market today.  Nano-hydroxyapatite not only helps to reduce sensitivity and remineralization, but is also an healthier alternative to fluoride.

Our bottles are BPA free and all products are proudly made in the USA.

Here are it's benefits (pH of 7.85):

REMINERALIZES AND REPAIRS TOOTH SURFACE

• Causes remineralization comparable to a fluoride toothpaste and inhibits caries development, suggesting that a nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste can be an effective alternative to fluoride toothpastes.1
• Remineralizes subsurface demineralized areas of tooth enamel.2
• Remineralizes tooth enamel more effectively than saliva and just as effectively as fluoride compounds. 3
• Fills and repairs minute surface defects on tooth enamel, restoring enamel to its original smoothness.4
• Adheres to and helps remove bacteria and biofilm,  protecting against tooth decay.5
• Removes white spots and incipient caries and restores enamel almost to its original form.6
• Protects against biofilm attachment and stains by reducing the crevices that harbor them.7

INGREDIENTS: Advanced silver solution (24 ppm), xylitol, organic extra virgin coconut oil, proprietary blend of spearmint extract and spearmint essential oil, stevia rebaudiana, trace minerals, nano hydroxyapatite, baking soda, and menthol (Mentha arvensis). 

REFERENCES

  1. AMAECHI et al, Remineralization of Early Caries by a Nano-Hydroxyapatite Dentifrice, The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 22(5), 139-143, 2011. [download]
  2. AMAECHI et al, Remineralization of Early Caries by a Nano-Hydroxyapatite Dentifrice, The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 22(5), 139-143, 2011. [download]
  3. KANI et al, The Effect of Apatite-containing Dentifrices on Artificial Caries Lesions, The Journal of Dental Health 38, 364-366, 1988. [download]
  4. AMAECHI et al, Remineralization of Early Caries by a Nano-Hydroxyapatite Dentifrice, The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 22(5), 139-143, 2011. [download]
  5. NISHIMURA et al, Demineralized Enamel Surface Microstructure after Brushing Using Toothpaste Containing Medical Hydroxyapatite under FE-SEM Observation, The Journal of Japanese Stomatological Society, 48(3), 199-210, 1999. [download]
  6. ARAKAWA et al, Reduction of Oral Mutans streptococci by Small-Crystals, 82nd General Session & Exhibition of the IADR, March 10-13, 2004. [download]

additional info:  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4252862/