Natural Oral Care

Good Oral Health Leads to Optimal Physical Health And Wellness

If eyes are the window to the soul, then the mouth is the grand foyer that leads to the body's most crucial structures and systems. In other words, the oral cavity serves as our body's first, and most important line of defense.  Why is The Oral Cavity So Important?  Bottom Line: The mouth is the human body's first, and therefore, most important line of defense. More specifically, our oral cavity protects our bo...

Achieving Optimal Oral Health | Why The Natural Way is The Only Way

Here at Revitin, our mission is to educate everyone (and we mean everyone, not just prospective customers) by creating an in-depth discussion concerning the benefits that our oral health has on our overall state of well-being.  Our hope in writing this article is to inform readers of new advancements in oral care.  You can rest assured that every word you read is straight from the mouth of oral care professionals who are ge...

The Oral Microbiome | An Emerging Science

Based on the idea that your oral cavity is an extension of your digestive system, Revitin™ Prebiotic toothpaste works to support a healthy oral microbiome. The patented formulation of vitamins, enzymes, and minerals cleans your teeth and encourages the growth of beneficial flora. Human Microbiome, Oral Microbiome, and the Gut Microbiome Oral Microbiome Homeostasis is a portion of the emerging science behind Human Microbiome,...

What are Prebiotics and How are they Related to Probiotics?

Prebiotics are related to the promotion and growth of beneficial micro-organisms that make up part of the resident microbiota of the mouth. Probiotics have to do with viable microorganisms of the intestinal microbiota. Working together, prebiotics and probiotics play a significant role in oral health, intestinal health and overall body health... Probiotics are living organisms in foods, and prebiotics are the non-digestible ca...

The Oral Microbiome an Essential Part of our Immune System

The oral microbiome is an essential component of our “salivary immune system,” and the first line of defense against disease. Thus, our immune system actually begins in the mouth. Our mouth can be a hospitable environment for many microorganisms, both good and bad.  This is largely due to the fact that our mouths are a very warm, nutrient-rich environment,  continuously bathed with saliva. The ...

What is The Oral Microbiome and Why is It Important For Our Health

Contrary to what the toothpaste and mouthwash commercials tell you, it is not in your best interest to kill all of the germs in your mouth. In fact, some of the germs living in your oral cavity are essential for healthy living. To fully grasp the importance of the oral microbiome, one first needs to understand the importance of our intestinal microbiome. The intestinal microbiome regulates much of our health and well-being includi...

Why You NEED To Make The Switch to Natural Toothpaste

Why Use A Natural Toothpaste? Most people are misinformed when it comes to the subject of natural toothpaste. Unfortunately, we are programmed to believe that all-natural products are not as effective as commercially successful hygiene products. This, however, is undoubtedly not the case, especially when comes to toothpaste. In reality, natural toothpaste is 100% more efficient for cleaning our teeth. Natural toothpaste is effect...

Fluoride, Is It Toxic? New Studies Say Yes!

Scientific Studies Show Fluoride is Toxic As Americans, we come into contact with fluoride every day of our lives. In fact, you could say it's practically unavoidable as most states include it their drinking water. While this chemical - first added to American drinking water in the mid-20th century- was initially introduced to the population in hopes of reducing tooth decay, research now says that the chemical known as sodium fluo...

Can Remineralizing Your Teeth Heal Tooth Decay?

The healing of a cavity involves ‘remineralizing' the affected tooth; a process also referred to as ‘arrested decay.' Remineralizing a tooth doesn't mean the damaged tooth grows back. However, through remineralization, the tooth can return to its normal function and stop, or 'arrest' further decay. Remineralization - A Natural Approach to Prevention of Tooth Decay Remineralization does not involve the 'recovery' of the...