As researchers probe the microbiome they find those tiny bacteria fungi and viruses, that make up the gut flora, take part in a many of biological functions. But what about dental health? Enter ProDentim. Endorsed by a dentist, Dr. Drew Sutton, ProDentim is called an advanced oral probiotic, composed of 3.5 billion bacteria and nutrients that are said to be researched for healthy teeth and rejuvenated gums, better breath, and even ear, nose, and throat immune health. Can all this really be true? The company says this probiotic is “backed up by clinical research.” Let's take a hard look at the ingredients in ProDentim, the evidence for those ingredients, pros, the cons of this dental probiotic, and show you how to get a refund if it's not working for you.
ProDentim Quick Look
|Type of supplement||Oral health care|
|Benefits||Fresher breath, teeth, and gum health support|
|Ingredients||See below for a list and summary of proof|
|How much do you take?||Dissolve 1 tablet in your mouth each day|
|How long will a bottle last?||30 days|
|How long until you see results?||It depends. Longer for more extensive problems|
|Money-back guarantee||60 days|
|Side effects||None expected if healthy. See below.|
|Do fake versions exist?||Probably|
|Price||$69/bottle. Discounts exist. Check the company for price updates and deals|
Oral Health Is Important For Your Health
The “gut” is basically a long tube that begins in your mouth and ends at your anus. It is in the gut that digestion occurs and a good part of your microbiome resides. Your oral cavity, which includes your mouth, tongue, gums, and teeth is home to over 6 million microbes spanning at least 100 species of fungi and over 700 different species of bacteria. Those bacteria include:
- Streptococcus mutans, linked to cavities and gum disease
- Streptococcus sanguinis, which can trigger endocardititis
- Treponema denticola, associated with gum disease
- Porphyromonas gingivalis, which causes dysbiosis by crowding out good bacteria
And many other microbes too. While we might think of the mouth as the place we first start digesting food, those bacteria, which make up of microbiome your oral cavity are important too. Some research, links the kinds of bacteria in your mouth to your risk of getting type II diabetes.
Mounting evidence links oral health to heart health. Some research estimates people have over twice the risk of having a heart attack or stroke if they also have gum disease (periodontal disease). In theory, the link between gum disease and heart disease may be due to gum disease increasing systemic inflammation in the body. In other words, having inflamed gums may also mean you have an inflamed heart and blood vessels too.
So, given how important the microbiome in the mouth is, can probiotics help it work better it by removing toxic contaminants? That is the implied claim of ProDentim probiotic tablets.
What Is A Probiotic?
The word probiotic means “for life” and the term is used to describe bacteria that are associated with beneficial health effects in both humans and animals. While the name is relatively new, the first realization that gut bacteria might play a role in our health dates back to 1907 when Eli Metchnikoff, working at the Pasture Institute, postulated in his work,the Prolongation of Life, that we might be able to alter harmful gut bacteria by eating a better quality of food. He would later go on to win a Nobel Prize in medicine in 1908.
Who Makes ProDentim. Company Information
Not much can be located about the company except that it's popular with several similar-sounding website names. The official website, ProDentim.com which has been independently vetted was registered in 2022. So far, there were no negative customer complaints listed with Better Business Bureau file, Trust Pilot or with RipoffReport or similar consumer advocacy websites.
While ProDentim sounds like Protandim, the popular anti-aging supplement, they are not the same thing. The ingredients are different and there's no indication the ProDentim is related to LifeVantage, the maker of Protandim.
How Do You Use ProDentim? Instructions For Use
The company suggests putting 1 soft tablet in your mouth and letting it dissolve completely. Do this once or twice a day, ideally after brushing your teeth or using mouthwash. It does not matter if you use the tablets in the morning or at night. There are no harmful stimulants so ProDentim should not keep you awake at night.
Letting the soft gel tablet dissolve in your mouth is important as this will give the bacteria full access to your mouth (oral cavity) where they might spread between your teeth and take up residence and colonize in your mouth.
ProDentim Nutrition & Supplement Facts Ingredients
Each Tablet has 3.5 billion bacteria and the following ingredients as listed on its Supplement Facts label
|Inulin powder (chicory root)||100 mg|
|Proprietary blend||20 mg (3.5 billion CFU)|
|Bifidobacterium Lactis BL-04|
|Streptococcus Salivarius||20 mg|
Each bottle has 30 soft tablets. So if you used ProDentim once a day, a bottle will last you one month.
The following additional ingredients are also present: Tricalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, natural strawberry flavor, and peppermint essential oil.
How Many Strains of Bacteria Per Tablet?
Each tablet contains 3.5 billion bacteria. That's a good amount. But since only 5 types of bacteria are listed on the Supplement Facts Label, we can estimate that it contains 5 different strains of bacteria. The 3.5 billion bacteria per tablet come from those five strains listed on the label.
How To Purchase ProDentim Supplements
Currently, this supplement is not available at local area neighborhood stores like Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Vitamin Shoppe, GNC, Costco, BJs, Krogers, or Whole Foods. While online websites may sell ProDentim, the ingredients may be different, which may impact effectiveness. Thus, it's safest to purchase directly from the authenticated company website. The company gives ProDentim a 5-star rating, based on over 95,000 positive customer reviews.
How Does ProDentim Taste? Does It Taste Good?
The soft tablets have a minty taste, due to peppermint essential oil. While strawberries are depicted on the bottle, the natural strawberry flavor has little impact on how effective it is. See above for more on peppermint essential oil research.
How Much Does ProDentim Cost?
When last checked the company offered three different purchase options from their secure website:
- 1 bottle (30-day supply) $69 (free shipping included)
- 3 bottles (3-month supply) $177 (includes 2 free bonus gifts)
- 6 bottles (6-month supply) $294 (includes 2 free bonus gifts)
Check the legitimate website for discounts, coupons, and updated price information
The company states whopping 97% of customers purchase the 6-month option. All purchases come with free shipping when ordering inside the US. In addition to PayPal, the company also accepts these credit cards:
- Diners Club
- American Express
What Countries Is ProDentim Shipped To?
The supplement is sold internationally to several countries including these:
- United Kingdom (including Ireland)
- New Zeland
ProDentim Shipping Costs:
- USA Free shipping
- If ordering from outside the US it's $15.95
What Are The ProDentim Free Bonus Gifts?
If you purchase either a 3-month or 6-month supply, you qualify for these two free bonus gifts:
Free Bonus Gift 1: Bad Breath Gone One Day Detox. This super teeth hacks book has a retail price of $109 and is said to improve bad breath using 7-spices and herbal combinations that can be found in your kitchen right now.
Bonus Gift 2: Hollywood White Teeth at Home. This is a book, normally selling for $109 that purports to share a brushing trick used by celebrities and the “10-second bright teeth method” to improve the look of your smile.
How Effective is ProDentim? Review of Ingredients and Scientific Research
The company boasts an impressive 17 clinical studies to support how well ProDentim tablets work when taken regularly. Unfortunately, none of those investigations involves the ProDentim supplement. For those looking for a true clinically researched dietary supplement, this may be a deal breaker. Let's next look at the ingredients to get a more detailed picture of how it works.
While this ingredient may not get as much attention as the probiotic ingredients, it's worth mentioning. Tricalcium phosphate looks like tooth enamel and has shown promise to help build bone in the jaw following oral surgery. Preliminary evidence also suggests tricalcium phosphate may help remineralize tooth enamel when used in fluoride toothpaste. Other studies hint that tricalcium phosphate mouthwash might work similarly to fluoride at rebuilding the minerals in teeth. While the research looks promising, most of what is known about the dental benefits of tricalcium phosphate is derived from non-human investigations.
Peppermint Essential Oil
Peppermint essential oil is generally recognized as safe for humans (GRAS), so it's considered ok for healthy people to consume. Some research suggests peppermint oil may help the gut function better. Remember, the mouth is part of the gut. Other research reveals peppermint oil to be a natural antibiotic against bacteria found in the mouth, providing antiseptic properties. It's been shown to be particularly effective at inhibiting the growth of staphylococcus bacteria. Peppermint has also been shown to reduce the growth of Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecalis, E. coli and Candida Albicans.
Inulin (Chicorium intybus) Powder
Extracted from the root of the chicory plant, inulin is a soluble fiber. Take note that inulin is not the same thing as the blood sugar lowering hormone, insulin. Besides keeping people regular in the bathroom, various high-quality clinical studies have documented inulin's effectiveness at lowering cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Other studies have revealed inulin may help with weight loss too. ProDentim only has 100 mg of inulin though, which is probably not enough to achieve these benefits.
The company states that inulin is present to support good bacteria. This makes sense because inulin is a prebiotic. What's that? Prebiotics are the food of good, probiotic bacteria. While the root of the chicory plant contains some of the highest amounts of inulin, fruits and vegetables contain this fiber too. Foods rich in inulin include:
Since ProDentim is a probiotic containing live bacteria, packaging a food source alongside those healthy microbiomes makes good sense. This helps ensure the bacteria are alive when the supplement arrives at your home. Combining probiotics with prebiotics is common practice with dietary supplements. The word inulin may sound like insulin (the hormone) but they are not the same thing.
Another name for this probiotic bacteria is Lacticaseibacillus paracasei. Since this bacteria is listed first on the Supplement Facts label, it makes up most of the 10 mg in the proprietary blend. It also make sup most of the 3.5 billion bacteria found in each ProDentim tablet. The company refers to Lacticaseibacillus paracasei as being able to support the health of your gums and help your sinuses stay open. There is some proof for both claims.
Healthy Gum Research
Lactobacillus paracasei has been studied to see if it prevents cavities. In one high-quality randomized investigation of Lactobacillus paracasei- strain GMNL-33- was shown to inhibit cavity-causing Streptococcus mutans in the mouth after just two weeks of use.
In another study, however, it was found lactobacillus paracasei did not colonize the oral cavity or prevent dental cavities when it was given to infants for a year. In this study, researchers used a specific strain of L paracasei were used, called LF19. It's not known if ProDentim contains the LF19, strain, GMNL-33 or another strain.
In one high-quality, clinical trial called the GA2LEN Study, researchers gave 425 children with hay fever or who were allergic to dust mites, Lactobacillus paracasei LP-33 for 5 weeks. Compared to kids who took placebo pills, those taking the LP-33 strain of Lactobacillus paracasei reported about a 20% better quality of life, mostly through reducing watery eye symptoms.
The reason why ProDentim contains Lactobacillus Reuteri is to reduce systemic inflammation and help the mouth stay healthy. Lactobacillus reuteri produces a natural antibiotic called reuterin which inhibits the growth of bad, pathogenic bacteria. What's the evidence for these claims?
One way Lactobacillus Reuteri helps reduce inflammation is by impacting Heliobacter pylori, the bad bacteria linked to stomach ulcers. When researchers gave those infected with H. pylori, L. reuteri (the strains were DSM 17938 and ATCC PTA 6475), people reported less diarrhea, bloating, and abdominal pain, as they were clearing H. pylori from their system.
As for oral health, some research suggests may reduce cavities. In one study, researchers reported fewer cavities in children who were given Lactobacillus Reuteri as infants. In another study, L. Reuteri reduced gum inflammation in smokers who had chronic gum disease. Those people taking this probiotic experienced less gum bleeding during dental checkups. When healthy people were given drops containing L. Reuteri, the probiotic was able to colonize the mouth and reduce the number of cavity-causing S. mutans bacteria, thus lending proof to claims this bacteria has anti-microbial effects.
More on Lactobacillus Reuteri
Bifidobacterium Lactis BL-04
The other name for this probiotic bacteria is Bifidobacterium animalis subsp lactis BI-04. In some circles it also goes by DGCC2908 and RB 4825. By whatever name you call it, the company tells us the specific strain (BL-04) of Bifidobacterium Lactis they are using. This may indicate this specific strain is important to how well ProDentim works. The company further states this strain is used to support the proper balance of mouth bacteria, support the nasal tract and maintain a healthy immune system. So what's the proof?
When people with gum disease were given Bifidobacterium lactis lozenges for 90 days, the lozenges reduced proinflammatory cytokines and fewer cavity-causing microbes in their mouth, leading to speculation this antibiotic probiotic may confer benefits in addition to regular dental checkups for those with chronic periodontal disease.
As for bolstering healthy immune function, research is mixed. In one study, no reduction in common cold symptoms were reported when healthy people were given Bifidobacterium Lactis BL-04 and then infected with the common cold causing rhionovurus bacteria.
One of the problems with B. lactis BL-04 research is that in several studies, its combined with other probiotic bacteria. This makes it difficult to determine what effects it has by itself.
Streptococcus Salivarius usually makes up a good part of the oral microbiome. The ProDentim company label tells us each tablet of this supplement contains 20 mg of S. salivarius. Streptococcus Salivarius is not part of the ProDentim proprietary blend because they tell us the amount (20 mg) contained in each tablet.
Clinical data indicate that Streptococcus Salivarius inhibits gum disease activation of the immune system. Other research reveals S. Salivarius inhibits bad bacteria biofilm formation in the upper respiratory tract, indicating this probiotic may be of use in shielding us from colds/flu
Some research suggests people with Crohn's disease and orofacial granulomatosis have higher levels of Streptococcus salivarius in their mouth, suggesting this probiotic may be a biomarker of both of these medical conditions.
Who Is Dr. Drew Sutton?
Depending on who you talk to Dr. Drew Sutton is either a physician who created ProDentim or he's someone who endorses the supplement's oral health effectiveness too. But who is he? On the validated company website, you can see a smiling man, who appears to work in the dental field. Is that him? It's said that Dr. Sutton is a dentist and his name is also used in various online reviews. Is he a dentist, orthodontist, or oral surgeon? One problem is Dr. Sutton can't be located. When searching the web for “Who is Drew Sutton ProDentim,” nothing relevant shows up. Likewise, no videos featuring Dr. Sutton reviewing the benefits of ProDentim can be discovered either.
What Are ProDentim Side Effects and Negative Interactions?
No adverse reactions are known to exist. To keep you safe, here are some ideas and considerations:
- Start with less than recommended for at least the first week. Give your system time to adjust.
- Inulin may cause you to be gassy/have abdominal pains when you first start using ProDentim
- Not intended for children or those under age 18
- Store the ProDentim in a cool, dry place
- If you experience any side effects stop immediately
- Stop taking the supplement at least 2 weeks before surgery, unless your physician says otherwise
- Speak to your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding
- Inulin may decrease magnesium absorption so don't take magnesium supplements at the same time as ProDentim
- Don't take ProDentim during treatment with antibiotics
- Speak to your doctor about probiotic use if you have weakened immune system problems
How To Get a ProDentim Refund If It's Not Working. Money Back Guarantee Information
This oral care supplement comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. You have 60 days to test drive ProDentim and see what you think. The 60-day refund window starts after the supplement is mailed to your home. You will receive an email when the company ships you the supplements.
If you are not satisfied and want a refund, you'll need to send all bottles back to the company along with the packing slip they arrived with. Do NOT throw out old bottles. The bottles can be opened, unopened or totally empty. Shipping costs to return ProDentim are not refunded. That's pretty standard in the industry.
Return ProDentim to this address
First, email the company for specifics not listed here. Send the bottles back to 285 Northeast Ave, Tallmadge, OH 44278. Remember to include the packing slip too. The company will email you when they received your return. You will be issued a refund shortly afterward. ProDentim is sold via Clickback, an online retailer that has been in business over 20 years and has an A+ Better Business Bureau rating.
How To Contact ProDentim Customer Service
If you have any questions you can contact ProDentim customer support at:
The customer service responds well and you should hear back from them within 24 hours if not sooner.
Does ProDentim Freshen Bad Breath?
Anywhere from 8% to 50% of adults worldwide have Halitosis (hal-a-toe-sis), the medical name for bad breath. It's sometimes also called oral malodour. Bad breath occurs when bacteria that produce sulfur, which resides in the mouth and throat, break down protein from food particles. The fast breakdown of these proteins releases sulfur which one can smell on one's breath. Brushing your teeth and tongue and flossing regularly can keep bad breath at bey. But can probiotics help?
In theory, good bacteria – such as those found in ProDentim – might replace the bad, sulfur-containing bacteria, which should reduce bad breath from occurring. On the plus side, ProDentim tablets disolve in the mouth, directly exposing the oral cavity to the ingredients. This might increase the odds those good bacteria take up residence in the mouth. On the downside, it's not yet universally accepted if probiotics improve bad breath or not. Peppermint essential oil has been shown to be effective at reducing bad breath which is another reason why ProDentim has this ingredient.
Remember the causes of bad breath can be complicated. Other things that can trigger halitosis can include infections, tobacco use, problems with tonsils, and xerostomia or dry mouth. Bad breath can also be a sign of cancer too so if things don't clear up in a few weeks, speak to your doctor.
Does ProDentim Really Whiten Teeth?
For those looking for whiter teeth, understand there's no clinical proof the unique blend of ingredients in this supplement will remove stains from teeth or bleach teeth to a whiter color. While lack of proof doesn't mean it won't work, if this is indeed a benefit, the degree of effectiveness would depend on how much staining on the teeth there was and how long you used the supplement. ProDentim is not a substitute for regular dental checkups. Some have reported that Dentitox Pro drops whitened teeth but again results will vary.
Can ProDentim Make Teeth Stronger or Prevent Them From Falling Out?
While there is no direct proof of this, preliminary research suggests tricalcium phosphate may help remineralize teeth. If this is proven in humans, it may mean the supplement may help make teeth stronger. It may be a long shot but if it does happen, it would take time and would also depend on how bad your soft or lose your teeth were when you started using ProDentim.
ProDentim Ingredients vs. Steel Bite Pro Ingredients
Steel Bite Pro is a dietary supplement said to be invented by a researcher named Thomas Spear, that is touted as something that can support gums and help those who have gum disease. The ingredients in Steel Bite Pro are quite different than ProDentim. Here's how their ingredients compare to each other.
|Steel Bite Pro (2 capsules)||ProDentim (1 soft tablet)|
|Zinc oxide 30 mg||Inulin powder 100 mg|
|Milk thistle seed 200 mg||Lactobacillus Paracasei|
|Beetroot 50 mg||Lactobacillus Reuteri|
|Artichoke leaves 50 mg||Bifidobacterium Lactis BL-04|
|Phyllanthus niruri 50 mg||Streptococcus Salivarius 20 mg|
|Dandelion root 50 mg|
|Chicory root 50 mg|
|Yarrow flowers 50 mg|
|Jujube seed fruit 50 mg|
|Proprietary Blend (586 mg): Celery seed, Alfalfa, Burdock root, Yellow dock root, Methionine, Grapeseed, L-cystine, Feverfew, N-acetyl cysteine (NAC), Turmeric, Red raspberry, Berberine, Ginger root|
One difference between ProDentim and Steel Bite Pro is with Steel Bite, you are taking two capsules a day. You are swallowing the capsules. This is different than ProDentim where you allow the tablets to dissolve in your mouth.
ProDentim Ingredients vs. Dentitox Pro Ingredients
Dentitox Pro is a very popular oral health supplement that's been around a while. While there are no studies comparing which is superior, we know there are some differences between them. For one thing, Dentitox Pro is not a probiotic supplement. In fact, the ingredients are quite different than those in ProDentim. Here's a quick rundown of how the ingredients differ
|Dentitix Pro (6 drops)||ProDentim (1 soft tablet)|
|Vitamin A (beta carotene) 1500 IU||Inulin powder 100 mg|
|Vitamin C ( ascorbic acid) 60 mg||Lactobacillus Paracasei|
|Vitamin D3 600 IU||Lactobacillus Reuteri|
|Vitamin K2 120 mcg||Bifidobacterium Lactis BL-04|
|Phosphorous (ionized phosphoric acid)|
|Streptococcus Salivarius 20 mg|
|Potassium (Potassium chloride) 50 mg|
|Zinc (Zinc citrate) 6 mg|
|Calcium (micro-encapsulated calcium) 50 mg|
|Iron 3 mg|
|Potassium 350 mg|
What Dentitox Pro has in common with ProDentim is that you put each directly into your mouth. Leaving them in your mouth may, in theory, provide a faster and more efficient mode of delivery. Some people have reported good results with Dentitox Pro.
See the Dentitox Pro website for more information.
ProDentim Ingredients vs. DentiVive Ingredients
DentiVive, a popular, 100% organic oral health supplement is said to be invented by a medical sales representative from Michigan named Michael Clark. As can be seen, DentiVive contains no probiotic ingredients. Another difference is DentiVive capsules must be swallowed whole, while ProDentim soft tablets melt in your mouth.
|DentiVive (2 capsules)||ProDentim (1 soft tablet)|
|Zinc 11 mg||Inulin powder 100 mg|
|Chromium picolinate 150 mcg||Lactobacillus Paracasei|
|Alpha Lipoic Acid 150 mg||Lactobacillus Reuteri|
|Berberine 100 mg||Bifidobacterium Lactis BL-04|
|Resveratrol 40 mg||Streptococcus Salivarius 20 mg|
|Proprietary blend (112 mg): Milk thistle, Cayenne, Korean ginseng, Banaba|
How To Spot Fake ProDentim Supplements
1 The authentic supplement comes in soft tablets that melt in your mouth. If you purchased supplements that come in capsules that do not quickly dissolve in your mouth, then it is likely counterfeit and should be returned to where you purchased them from.
2 If you purchased your supplement from a website that did not show you the Supplement Facts label which details all the active ingredients, this is also not a good sign.
3. Who did you buy it from? The official company name is ProDentim. If you purchased from a website, other than the official company, then it can't be guaranteed that you are getting the genuine supplement.
4. If you are reading a review and notice ingredients not found here, that's a problem. The ingredients reviewed on this site come straight from the official ProDentim Supplement Facts label. If you see other ingredients listed (such as spearmint, malic acid, and dicalcium phosphate), this should be a red flag.
Customer Questions About ProDentim
Can you use this supplement with dentures?
There's no evidence the probiotics or other ingredients in the supplement are harmful to dentures, silver fillings, or other cosmetic dental work.
Does ProDentim need to be refrigerated?
While it's recommended to store the supplement in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight, no refrigeration is required. If you prefer to keep it refrigerated, know that it won't hurt the probiotic bacteria. When placed in the refrigerator, the soft tablet may take a bit longer to dissolve in your mouth but not by much before quickly returning to ambient body temperature.
Is ProDemtim FDA approved?
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not approve dietary supplements. While the FDA does have regulations companies must follow about how to manufacture supplements (suchas in a clean, safe, GMP, environment), companies do not generally have to request FDA approval before selling a supplement to the public.
Is ProDentim approved by the American Dental Association?
There's no indication the American Dental Association (ADA) has formally endorsed ProDentim. While the ADA puts its seal of approval on over 300 different items, mostly this is for toothpaste, mouthwashes, dental floss, denture adherents, and chewing gum. Except for vitamins and minerals, the ADA does not endorse or approve dietary supplements.
Is ProDentim ok if I have thrush?
Thrush is a type of fungal infection caused by the overgrowth of Candida in the mouth and throat. When this happens the person has a medical condition oropharyngeal candidiasis also known as thrush. Research suggests certain types of probiotics may help thrush. For example, some studies have revealed probiotic bacteria such as Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and Lactobacillus reuteri RC-14 improve the effectiveness of anti-fungal thrush therapy. While Prodentim contains Lactobacillus reuteri, the strain is not listed. As such, if you have thrush show the ingredients in ProDentim to your doctor/pharmacist for the best advice.
Do dentits endorce ProDentim?
It's possible there are some dental professionals who do such as Dr. Drew Sutton. The best way to know is to ask your dentist.
Are there any ProDentim before and after pictures I can see before I buy?
Some things are not possible to see in before and after pictures. For example, how do you show before and after pictures of bad breath? Brighter teeth can be seen in pictures but none were discovered and legitimately, the time for this to occur would depend on how stained someone's teeth were. Still, it would be nice if the company showed proof. If ProDentim probiotics really whiten stained teeth, your effects would occur faster by also refraining from smoking/chewing tobacco and/or drinking coffee and tea and other liquids known to discolor teeth.
What Are Customers Saying About How Well ProDentim Works?
So the ProDentim official verified website shows positive reviews from customers who have used their supplement. One possible problem is there are not many testimonials when last checked. For a supplement claimed to have over 95,000 positive reviews, one would expect to see more complimentary testimonials. Maybe there are more when you read this?
ProDentim Customer Complaints
Good luck If you go searching for reports by real customers including complaints about Prodentim and negative reviews. Many so-called “reviews” try to entice readers with attention-grabbing titles containing words like “beware” and “caution” but turn out in the end to be sales pitches. That's unfortunate. Interestingly, those who did leave scathing words about the supplement appeared to purchase from websites like Ebaby or Amazon. That opens the question if they taking authentic ProDentim or a counterfeit knock-off supplement?
What Are The Pros & Cons Of ProDentim Oral Probiotic?
|No capsules / Easy to use||Supplement lacks clinical proof|
|Ingredients have evidence||Email support only|
|Money back guarantee||60-day return policy|
|Sold internationally||May take longer than 60 days to see improvements|
|Non-GMO||Not sold in local stores|
|No caffeine or other stimulants|
|Made in USA|
What Do I Suggest Instead?
For those looking for a time-tested oral health supplement, check out Dentitox Pro. The Dentitox Pro supplement has been around longer and has more positive customer testimonials as you can see from the previously posted review.
Does ProDentim Really Work As People Say?
The company takes an interesting approach to oral health by attempting to modulate the microbes in the mouth, tongue, and throat. While I'm not totally sold yet, it's quite possible the supplement will freshen bad breath. The real test is whether taking ProDentim reduces cavities or whitens teeth. So far, that research has not been conducted. Tricalcium phosphate and peppermint oil may play important roles in the supplement's effect on teeth and gum health.