BURST Oral Care launches new oral probiotics

September 29, 2020

BURST Oral Probiotics colonize the mouth with good bacteria to fight infections, tackle gum issues, and stop tooth decay.

BURST Oral Care has introduced the newest addition to its product lineup, Oral Probiotics. Said to be the first oral care company to offer probiotics for your dental hygiene routine, BURST has introduced this supplement, developed with dental professionals and clinically supported, to help consumers achieve optimum oral health, the company said in a statement.

BURST Oral Probiotics colonize the mouth with good bacteria to fight infections, tackle gum issues, and stop tooth decay, which may mean better overall health and stronger immunity to respiratory illness, the statement read.

The health benefits of BURST Oral Probiotics have been tested and proven by dental professionals and include the prevention of plaque build-up, bleeding gums, bad breath, and reduced cavities. The unique blend of beneficial bacteria contains some of the most active concentrations of bacteria available on the market, including the most effective clinically researched strings, BLIS K-12™ and BLIS M-18™, so you get an ample dose with each minty fresh, dissolvable lozenge.

"BLIS K-12TM and BLIS M-18TM are the pinnacle of oral care and are the two most clinically researched probiotic strains," said Charlotte Stirk, Registered Hygienist at BURST Oral Care. "M-18 breaks down the plaque biofilm and disrupts the development of Mutans Streptococci, which means less cavities. K-12 has been proven to reduce the bacteria that produce bad breath, a study showed a substantial reduction in over 85% of patients in just three days."

Made with 100% natural ingredients, the probiotics are sugar-free, vegetarian, non-GMO, and carefully blended in the USA. Each tablet has 6 million colony-forming units (CFU), which means the number of viable bacteria within each oral probiotic is high, making it extremely effective.

The probiotic comes in a mint flavor for a fresh taste, and it’s recommended that 2 lozenges are taken at night after your oral care routine, left to dissolve in the mouth in entirety for best results. The longer the bacteria are in the mouth, the more colonies will be formed to crowd out the bad bacteria, so consumers should avoid eating or drinking for 30 minutes after taking.

For more information, visit burstoralcare.com.