GC Tooth Mousse PLUS is a delicious tasting creme that contains calcium and phosphate; the major minerals teeth are made from. Because calcium and phosphate are carried in a special milk-derived protein called RECALDENT (CPP-ACP), they are available in a soluble form. This means Tooth Mousse PLUS can provide extra protection for teeth, buffer dental plaque acid from bacteria in the mouth and also protect teeth from acidic foods and drinks. See our gc tooth mousse reviews below.
GC Tooth Mousse® PLUS contains CPP-ACP (RECALDENT™) which is derived from cow’s milk. GC Tooth Mousse® also contains hydroxybenzoates and soybean products. Do not use this product if you have a suspected or proven allergy to milk proteins, benzoate preservatives or soybean products. In case of an allergic reaction: stop use, rinse mouth with water and seek medical advice. RECALDENT™ and RECALDENT™ device are trademarks of Mondelez International group used under license. CPP-ACP technology has related patents or patents pending in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Canada, and USA.
Ingredients: Pure water, Glycerol, CPP-ACP, D-sorbitol, CMC-Na, Propylene glycol, Silicon dioxide, Titanium dioxide, Xylitol, Phosphoric acid, Flavoring, Zinc oxide, Sodium saccharin, Ethyl p-hydroxybenzoate, Magnesium oxide, Guar gum, Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate, Butyl p-hydroxybenzoate. Fluoride. Tube Size is 40gm NET.
If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional. Always read the label and follow directions for use.
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Tooth Mousse is an Australian product for oral health, developed at the Melbourne Dental School, University of Melbourne. Tooth Mousse does not act as toothpaste and is not designed to be used as a replacement for your dental care routine. Tooth Mousse is an additional product that you can include in your teeth hygiene care. The product contains minerals that are also commonly found in the composition of your teeth: Calcium and Phosphate. It also includes casein, a crucial milk protein. The combination of these minerals and protein is designed to replenish the lost calcium and phosphate in the enamel. It remineralises decayed and damaged teeth and restores the upper layer of the enamel.
Dental specialists recommend using Tooth mousse to target issues related to teeth demineralisation and enamel damage. Tooth Mousse can be especially beneficial for individuals who experience high levels of sensitivity to temperatures when consuming food or drinks. It can also further prevent sensitivity by protecting the teeth. It can actively protect teeth from decay by repairing the enamel. While it isn't able to reverse deep decay, it can reduce the risk of mineral loss and surface damage to the enamel, preventing the formation of cavities. Tooth Mousse has been proven to protect teeth by neutralising an acidic environment, which could lead to enamel damage and tooth erosion. By proactively bringing the minerals to your teeth, it can also reduce the risks of dental erosion, gum recession, and dry mouth syndrome, as its formula reduces the effect of bacterial attacks. Tooth Mousse is a fantastic ally to bring your dental care to the next level.
When the enamel becomes weak or eroded, the dentine, which is the second layer of the tooth, can be exposed. The exposed dentine is not equipped to fight off acidity or extreme temperatures, therefore causing sensitivity to the food or beverages you consume. Tooth Mousse can help remineralise the exposed surface with calcium and phosphate components. Enamel erosion is also a frequent source of dental complaints, especially for individuals exposed to morning sickness or reflux. It can be commonly seen among pregnant mothers or people whose high stress levels affect their digestive process. Indeed, gastric reflux or vomiting can expose your teeth to unhealthy, high levels of acidity, which can gradually erode the enamel and expose the dentine. Tooth Mousse can provide an element of protection by neutralising the acid environment. Acid is also a by-product of the bacteria in our mouth, which feeds on sugars for energy. These bacteria are directly linked to the formation of cavities. A healthy diet that reduces sugar along with a healthy dental routine can help reduce risks. But it is worth mentioning that decay comes in different stages. It first affects the enamel before reaching the tooth and creating a hole. During the first stages, decay can be reversed by replenishing the lost minerals through Tooth Mousse. Finally, Tooth Mousse delivers minerals to your teeth. Mineral distribution is the role of saliva. However, if you have dry mouth syndrome, your saliva may not be able to provide sufficient mineral access. Therefore, the topical application of Tooth Mousse can help deliver the minerals your teeth need to stay strong and healthy against acid attacks.
Tooth Mousse can become an essential part of your daily oral hygiene routine. We recommend incorporating it into your day-to-day dental care to buffer your teeth. If you are unsure in which order you should use Tooth Mousse compared to your other dental products, please refer to this list: Brush your teeth with a toothpaste that is adapted to your dental needs Floss between each tooth Use your mouth wash Apply a pea-sized amount of Tooth Mousse You can also consider using Tooth Mousse before dental procedures, including periodontal care, teeth whitening, and professional hygiene cleaning. For children and adults wearing braces, Tooth Mousse can also actively prevent cavities around the areas that are not easy to clean. Beware: it does not replace brushing and flossing!
Tooth Mousse is designed for topical application directly onto your teeth. It isn't for brushing and should not be squeezed on your toothbrush. Instead, use a small amount of the mousse onto your finger and spread it evenly on your teeth. You can also help the application process with your tongue to reach the back of your teeth more comfortably. Important note: The longer you leave Tooth Mousse in direct contact with your teeth, the more beneficial it'll be. As a rule of thumb, you should aim to leave it at least 3 minutes for each application. When you are finished, spit out the remaining product and leave the rest to dissolve naturally in your mouth. Do not rinse, drink, or eat for 30 minutes after the application. We recommend storing Tooth Mousse in a dry area and keeping it away from direct sunlight (8 to 25C).
You can find Tooth Mousse in different flavours and options. Tooth Mousse Original doesn't contain fluoride. Tooth Mousse Plus contains fluoride. It is worth noting that Tooth Mousse uses milk protein, casein, as part of its formula. Therefore, it is not suitable for individuals with an allergy to milk proteins.
BreezeCare stores Tooth Mousse in an assortment of flavours, including Strawberry, Melon, Mint, Vanilla, and Tutti Frutti. You can buy both the Tooth Mousse Original and the Tooth Mouth Plus from our website, with free shipping across Australia for all orders over $59.95.