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What would you say if I told you there was a way you and your family could avoid the dentist’s costly drill with sweet, all-natural lollipops?

Call it a scientific breakthrough, call it a sweet-tooth miracle, either way these cavity fighting lollipops will not only satisfy your candy cravings, but also destroy the bacteria that causes tooth decay … while you’re eating it!

How was it discovered?

After 7 years of testing herbs associated with oral health, microbiologists from the Department of Oral Biology at the UCLA School of Dentistry recently identified a specific herbal formula extracted from the licorice root that targets and disables the major organisms (Streptococcus Mutans and Sobrinus, along with Lactobacilli) that cause tooth decay.

The result? A safe, all natural, anti-germ lollipop.

How many cavity fighting lollipops does it take?

Enjoy two cavity fighting lollipops for 10 consecutive days, once in the morning and once in the evening, two to four times a year.

  • One lollipop (no biting) in the morning and the evening for 10 days.
  • Dissolve slowly in mouth for approximately 5 minutes.
  • Use these cavity fighting Lollipops 2-4 times per year.
  • Visit your dentist for regular, twice yearly dental cleanings and exams.

Now, with this innovative breakthrough, fighting cavities does not have to be a losing battle.

Prevent one of the most common diseases in the United States

Tooth decay is far more common than most people think. The National Institute of Health found that this disease affects more than half of children under age 15.

Because the initial symptoms of tooth decay can be subtle, you might not even realize if you or your child is suffering from this disease. And if left untreated, it can affect your child’s ability to learn.

As the symptoms of tooth decay worsen, so can a child’s performance in school. According to the US Surgeon General, kids who suffer from tooth decay can have trouble paying attention, and suffer from weight loss, speech impediments and poor self-esteem.

In fact, tooth decay and toothaches are among the leading reasons children miss school.

What will you do the thousands of dollars you’ll save on dental bills?

Tooth decay is costly to your pocketbook as well as your health. Fillings – in addition to their initial cost – wear out over time and need to be replaced. And as the condition progresses, many people require expensive treatments such as crowns, root canals, and even bridges or implants.

Depending on your individual risk factors, including diet, genetics and frequency of dentist visits, the lifetime cost of treating this condition can be anywhere from $2,000-$20,000!

Don’t take our word for it. Try it for yourself.

If you’re looking for a way reduce the number of costly and often painful trips to the dentist, you owe it to yourself to take advantage of this all-natural way to rid yourself of tooth rotting bacteria.

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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