Bacillus coagulans (probiotic) causes inhibition of S. Mutans
Balances the oral microbiota
Prevents drop in pH
Lowers the rate of tooth decay
Probiotics, also known as friendly bacteria, have numerous health benefits that extend beyond the gastrointestinal health. A promising area of research has opened doors for the use of probiotics for oral health, as an effective means of fighting cavities, gum diseases, plaque and bad breath. With the goodness of 200 million friendly bacteria, Bacillus coagulans, inhibits the colonisation of cavitycausing S Mutans, thereby resulting in the creation of balance in the oral microbiota, preventing fall in pH and lowering the rate of tooth decay.