What's Oral Probiotics?
Our mouths are the GATEKEEPER of our ENTIRE BODY!
Oral Health is a leading indicator of your overall health!
Maintaining a balanced oral microbiome is one of the most important things you can do to set a solid foundation for your overall health.
Probiotics for Oral Health (or dental probiotics) are specific strains of bacteria known to support a healthy mouth and improve oral health. They encourage the growth of good bacteria and stop the growth of bad bacteria.
Life's about Balance
GOOD BACTERIA VS BAD BACTERIA
They work by creating a protective biofilm that supports the health of teeth and gums and reduce inflammation, while blocking,
controlling, and killing bad bacteria from reaching enamel or vulnerable tissues.
The form of lozenges could be the best type of oral probiotics. They are meant to sit in your mouth while they dissolve, thus
allowing enough time to inoculate your oral microbiome.
A COMBINATION OF MECHANISMS OF ACTION
1. Coaggregation of the Probiotics
Coaggregation of the probiotics with pathogenic bacteria enables the probiotics to block the adherence of pathogenic bacteria to epithelial cells and teeth and contribute to the elimination of pathogenic bacteria.
2. Suppression of Biofilm Generation
Bacteria that cause dental caries metabolize produce sticky substances, which contribute to plaque formation. Inhibit such bacterial activities in the oral cavity, thereby blocking biofilm (tartar or dental plaque) formation.
3. Secretion of 4 Anti-Microbial Substances
Secretes antimicrobial substances such as organic acids, hydrogen peroxide, fatty acids, and bacteriocin outside of cells, thereby inhibiting the growth of bacteria which cause halitosis and periodontitis.
4. Competition with Pathogens for Binding Sites on Epithelial Cells
Block th adherence of pathogens, which cause halitosis or periodontitis, to epithelial cells, thereby preventing various orla diseases.
5. Inhibition of Enzyme activity and Gene expression related to VSC Production
Inhibit mgl gene expression in P.gingivalis, the bacteria which produce VSC, the main cause of bad breath.
The probiotics also inhibigt and block METase activities.
6. The inhibition of formation of substances that promote cellular inflammation
Inhibit the production of substances (NO, IL-1B, and IL-6, all of which promote inflammation) induced by general probiotics for oral health.
So, why ?
|Adhesive Properties||Suppression of Bad-Smelling Compounds|
|According to the results of the clinical trial, which compared probiotics’ adhesive properties, active oraCMU® was still observed on the surface of oral cavity of 84% of participants, who stopped taking oraCMU® 4 weeks ago.||oraCMU® was proved to be the most effective in suppressing VSC and bad breath compared With 4 other probiotic strains.|
|Coaggregation with Bacteria which causes Oral Diseases||Anti-bacterial Activities against Bacteria that causes Halitosis or Periodontitis|
|A comparative study of coaggregation of probiotics with bacteria, which cause oral diseases, found that oraCMU® more effectively disrupts bacterial activities leading to halitosis and periodontitis and prevents oral diseases than all other probiotic strains concerned.||A comparative study of antibacterial activities of probiotics found that oraCMU® is more effective to inhibit growth in bacteria which cause halitosis and periodontitis than all other probiotic strains concerned.|