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Poor Oral Health Cost Your Groups Billions in Productivity

How to Prevent Cavities Before They Start

But when it comes to oral health, we wait for cavities to form -- and damage to be done -- before we fix what's already rotten. And that results in a population where 94% of adults and more than half of our children have dental decay and cavities. Over 164 million hours of work are lost by employed adults every year due to ill oral health.

Not anymore.Oral health professionals and scientists have discovered aninnovative way that all-natural Cavity Fighting Lollipops can save health care costs and prevent cavities before they happen.

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  • An Easy Aid for Oral Health

    Our Cavity Fighting Lollipops use the all-natural Cavibloc ingredient to prevent tooth decay, and save claim costs. This advancement in oral health practice means that by providing lollipops to members, you're preventing decay -- and the costs of untreated decay -- for months at a time.

  • Cavity Fighting Lollipops Kill Bacteria that Form Cavities

    Studies have shown that the Cavibloc formula in our lollipops kills the bacteria that lead to decay and cavities while keeping healthy, probiotic bacteria active for optimal oral health.

    One lollipop twice a day for ten days, used a few times a year, doesn't just destroy bad bacteria -- it prevents it for up to 6 months.

  • A Protocol for Prevention

    Member groups are happy when their population is healthy. And healthy member groups reduce claim costs.

    By becoming a wholesaler of Cavity Fighting Lollipops, youdon't have to lose money to ensure superior health for your members. Choose to either sell product to your members, or subsidize the cost to patients -- only to see the return when it comes to claims savings. Keep in mind that every lollipop your members receive is erasing -- and preventing -- the cost of future claims.

  • Studying the Science of Cavity Fighting Lollipops

    Discovered by a team of UCLA researchers, our Cavibloc ingredient has shown in clinical trials to reduce the population of decay-causing bacteria in the mouth and on teeth. Independent experts from oral health fields have confirmed that our Cavity Fighting Lollipops prevent the formation of bacteria that cause tooth decay. Studies confirm that our all-natural licorice root ingredients prevents the adherence of harmful bacteria to the teeth.

    A University of Toronto study found that the harmful bacteria -- main culprits in cavity production -- decreased in patients using Cavity Fighting Lollipops.

    A recent poll showed that 74% of respondents said they go to a dentist only when there's a problem with their oral health. That means that patients are getting to their dentists too late. By giving Cavity Fighting Lollipops to your members, you're providing an ounce of sweet prevention to beat the costly cure for cavities.

  • Treat Your Members

    Contact us to secure a discount on Cavity Fighting Lollipops for your members. Or place a bulk order at wholesale prices to resell or hand out as a strong preventive plan for members' oral health. You'll see claims cost lower as the health your member community improves.

      • Antibacterial compounds from Glycyrrhiza uralensis

        From the Journal of Natural Products Glycyrrhiza uralensis, widely recognized as Chinese licorice, has been used in traditional medicine and naturopathy for thousands of years. In this study, several compounds isolated from G. uralensis were tested against Streptococcus mutans, a bacteria largely responsible for tooth decay. The study found that Glycyrrhizol A showed antibacterial properties against S. mutans, while Glycyrrihol B and isoflavanoid gancaonin G also showed moderate antibacterial results. Download Study  
      • Effectiveness of a Novel Delivery System on Salivary Flow Rate, Quality of Life, and Inhibition of Caries Microbiota in Sjögren's Syndrome Patients

        Sjögren's Syndrome is an auto immune disease, marked by an occurrence of dry mouth and lack of saliva production. Patients with Sjögren's Syndrome were recruited, and instructed to consume two lollipops a day. Some contained xylitol, some contained licorice root extract, and some contained an artificial sweetener. The study has so far found that patients who used the lollipops increased saliva production even after the 10-day course, and some patients showed a lowered bacterial count. Download Study  
      • Effects of herbal lollipops on Streptococcus Mutans levels, Lactobacilli levels and the dental caries experience of children with asthma taking beta2‐adrenergic drugs

        The objective of this study was to determine how effective the six‐month regimen of herbal lollipops is at controlling the Streptococcus Mutans levels, Lactobacilli levels, and the caries process in the study group. This study showed evidence that the herbal lollipops decrease bacterial levels in the oral cavity. A decrease in bacteria, aids in decreasing the caries process, which most children using a beta2-°©-adrenergic agonist would benefit from. Download Study
      • Can a Licorice Lollipop Decrease Cariogenic Bacteria in Nursing Home Residents?

        This population is particularly vulnerable to dental caries due to physical and mental limitations. Eight senior citizens were given at least one lollipop with licorice root extract per day for 21 days. Saliva samples were taken periodically throughout the study. In the end, the participants who consumed the lollipops more consistently had lower levels of Streptococcus mutans than the participants who occasionally missed a day. Those who consistently consumed two per day had even lower levels of S. mutans bacteria. Download Study
      • Clinical reduction of S. mutans in pre-school children using a novel liquorice root extract lollipop: a pilot study

        Pre-schoolers aged 2-5 years were given a lollipop with an active ingredient of Glycyrrhiza uralensis each morning and afternoon for three weeks. Of the 66 students who participated fully in the study, 12 were low-risk for future caries risk, 37 were moderate-risk and 17 were high-risk. The study found that high-risk children had a significantly reduced population of Streptococcus mutans, that continued for 22 days after the three-week course of lollipops were administered. Download Study

      By Dana Leigh Smith Dentists tell kids every day that eating candy can give them cavities while M.Ds explain to their patients just as often that eating too many sweets can make them sick and fat. While we’d normally agree with both of these warnings, Loloz–a hard candy start-up company–is changing everything we thought we knew about catching a sugar high. With the help of microbiologists from the Department of Oral Biology at the UCLA School of Dentistry, Loloz identified a licorice root extract that disables the organisms that cause tooth decay. Soon after, they turned the extract into cavity-fighting orange, lemon and berry flavored lollipops and lozenges–because why not? Loloz clai...
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    • Can a Lollipop Fight Cavities?

      We received samples. I can’t answer the question can a lollipop fight cavities. Only your dentist can answer that question but the idea does intrigue me. Also, I like the idea because my kids love to have candy and I LOVE to tell them no because it’s bad for their teeth. Sugar leads to sugar bugs that cause cavities and then we have to brush our teeth and we agrue. So now we brush teeth and then the kids can have a lollipop without having to brush right away. But you’re going to laugh, I won’t let them have one unless they brush first so now we don’t argue as much. It’s a win win if the company who sent me these special Loloz are accurate. Seattle-based Andrew Clapp and his partne...
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    • This Gloriously Ironic Candy Actually Prevents Cavities

      Sugar is poison, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t goddamn delicious. It’s making us fat, rendering us tired and lazy, and rotting our teeth out, but we don’t really seem to give a shit. Despite the frequent assertions of health experts that we’re all gonna die obese and toothless if we continue face-piling gummy worms like there’s no tomorrow, we continue on our trajectory of living in a real-life Candyland, where every bodega and grocery store tempts us with endless varieties of gum, chocolate, and fruity corn-syrup pellets every time we hit the checkout stand. Lo and behold, the wonders of science may have a solution to your inability to quit sugar but fear of high dental bills. Behold t...
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    Clinical reduction of S. mutans in pre-school children using a novel liquorice root extract lollipop: a pilot study

    M.C. Peters*, J.A. Tallman***, T.M. Braun**, J.J. Jacobson***

    AIM: To determine the clinical effect of a simple herbal caries-prevention protocol aimed at reduction of Streptococcus mutans (SM) in young children in a pre-school setting.

    STUDY DESIGN: Proof-of-principle pilot study.

    METHODS: To prove the concept this pilot study delivered a clinical intervention using sugar-free lollipops containing liquorice root extract. Regimen: Supervised herbal lollipops, twice daily for 3 weeks. Species-specific monoclonal antibody testing of saliva provided SM counts. Children were grouped in high, medium and low caries-risk using baseline SM-levels as risk-indicator. Bacterial numbers at baseline, during intervention, and for 9 weeks post-intervention were compared.

    STATISTICS: SM levels were analyzed using GEE modeling.

    RESULTS: High-risk children showed the steepest early decrease in mean log-SM (P<. 001). At end of a follow-up period, the log-SM decrease moved the high-risk group down to moderate-risk level. High-risk children showed a decrease in fitted mean SM% not seen in other groups (P<. 001). The decrease reached a nadir around 22-days post-intervention. Twice-daily use of herbal lollipop significantly reduced both number and relative percent of SM in high-risk children. SM numbers were reduced for 22 days after the last lollipop, stabilized and then began to rebound.

    CONCLUSION: A potential for simple effective caries-prevention for high-risk children has been demonstrated. Encouraging results warrant randomized clinical trials (RCT) of liquorice root in herbal lollipops or alternative modes of delivery.

    Eur Archs Paediatr Dent 2010;11(6):274-278
    *School of Dentistry,
    **School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
    ***Dental Research and Data Institute, Delta Dental of MI, OH, IN, Okemos, Michigan, USA