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When Gc Tooth Mousse is applied to tooth surfaces, the CPP-ACP molecule binds to biofilm, plaque, bacteria, hydroxyapatite and surrounding soft tissue.
You should discuss with your dentist how often and for how long you should apply GC Tooth Mousse. Application should occur after brushing teeth. In most situations, morning and night application is advised.
1. Squeeze a small amount of GC Tooth Mousse onto a clean finger.
2. Apply to all teeth with a clean finger and use your tongue to spread around evenly.
3. Leave GC Tooth Mousse on teeth for a minimum of 3 minutes avoiding spitting out and swallowing. For a more effective result, allow GC Tooth Mousse to remain in contact with your saliva for an additional 1–2 minutes.
4. Spit out excess. Any GC Tooth Mousse remaining on the surface can be left to gradually dissipate. Avoid rinsing, and do not eat or drink for 30 minutes following application
Recommend/prescribe some of the RecaldentTM CPP-ACP containing products. Currently there is a range of RecaldentTM chewing gums (not available in Europe) in adults’ and children’s flavours, as well as Tooth Mousse. Use these products as well as topical fluoride and fluoride mouthwashes in order to maximise the longevity of the teeth. RecaldentTM gum is very handy and beneficial between tastings of white wines as it immediately raises the pH of acidic saliva, making it difficult for plaque to adhere to tooth surfaces. High fluoride toothpaste and acidulated phosphate fluoride rinses should also be used regularly.
GC Tooth Mousse provides daily extra protection
for people of all ages including children. Depending on diet and oral hygiene habits, children’s teeth will be attacked by acid coming from bacteria in their mouth and/or from diet a few times a day. For example, if children are frequently exposed to acidic food and drinks, their teeth require extra protection. In addition, from 6-12 years of age, children have a mixture of adult and baby teeth, which makes it difficult to effectively clean them.
People who depend on carers
Some people depend on carers for assistance related to basic activities of daily living. Some individuals can experience difficulty with teeth/mouth hygiene, such as brushing their teeth, and their teeth may require extra protection in these circumstances.
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