Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth and Protect Your Enamel from Sugar Acids and Dry Mouth with a Tasty 15 Calorie Sugar Free Soft Chew
Just two BasicBites® a day will boost your enamel health by unlocking the power of your oral microbiome. Revolutionary nature inspired technology developed and tested at a leading U.S. dental school.
Recommended by leading dental professionals, just two BasicBites a day are clinically shown to help maintain enamel health
Revolutionary Prebiotic, Postbiotic Oral Microbiome Technology developed and tested at leading US dental school and backed by decades of research
Essential if you have dry mouth or a sweet tooth
Replenish and coat enamel with a vital blend of tooth supporting nutrients
Nourish beneficial pH-raising bacteria discovered in dental plaque
Activate production of tooth protecting buffers
Immediate and sustained neutralization of harmful sugar acids
Fortify enamel and support remineralization
Maintain a healthy and balanced pH-neutral oral environment
Available in mouthwatering chocolate and caramel flavors- Sugar, gluten and dairy free- just 15 calories each
120 count bag is a two month supply
Take the Bite for Enamel Health Today!
Cracking Nature’s Code for Extra Enamel Support–
A Prebiotic + Postbiotic Oral Microbiome Breakthrough
Delicious BasicBites boosts enamel health by coating and replenishing teeth with our nature inspired arginine bicarbonate, calcium carbonate prebiotic, postbiotic technology. The oral microbiome is a community of billions of bacteria, some good (commensal) and some bad (pathogenic). World renowned university researchers discovered beneficial pH-raising commensal bacteria living on tooth surfaces. Arginine, an amino acid naturally produced in our bodies, was isolated as a key food source that nurtures these friendly tooth supporting microbes–a prebiotic process.
Maintaining a Healthy Oral Environment
When the beneficial bacteria consume arginine, they release alkali (base) as a byproduct–a postbiotic process. These buffers provide immediate and sustained neutralization of harmful sugar acids. This postbiotic process also helps create a pH balanced microbial ecosystem that favors oral health.
By mimicking the protective benefits of saliva, BasicBites also contains calcium, bicarbonate and carbonate. When teeth are in an optimal neutral or alkaline pH environment, the calcium in BasicBites is available to enrich teeth and support the remineralization process. Bicarbonate and carbonate provide additional buffering and help support the neutralizing activity of arginine.
BasicBites do not kill bacteria or add new living strains of bacteria that may never adapt to the oral microbial ecosystem. Simply put, BasicBites support enamel health by activating your mouth’s defenses the way nature intended!
A Treat for You and Your Teeth
BasicBites are a seriously delicious oral care breakthrough and are essential if you have dry mouth or a sweet tooth. Available in chocolate and caramel flavors, each sugar free chew is just 15 calories and gluten and dairy free. Two BasicBites a day (after breakfast and at bedtime after brushing) are recommended for adults, teens, and children six and over. BasicBites can be chewed to coat tooth surfaces or enjoyed as a meltaway. Click here for Ingredients and Nutrition Facts.
What are Dental Professionals Saying?
“Through my personal experience with Sjögren’s Syndrome coupled with my dental hygiene background, I have become an expert on dry mouth (xerostomia) and methods to address its symptoms. BasicBites are a great and delicious tool to combat the effects dry mouth can have on your oral pH and your teeth. That’s why I use BasicBites as a part of my daily routine.” Brooke Crouch, RDH
Brooke Crouch is a registered dental hygienist, published author, national speaker, consultant, and Sjögren’s patient. She is the founder of Brooke Crouch Dental Consulting LLC.
“I really love BasicBites and can’t spread the word enough. BasicBites are the perfect product to simplify the critical task of balancing the oral pH environment. BasicBites contain the vital tooth protecting nutrients, arginine, calcium carbonate and bicarbonate, making this the perfect product of choice.” Sarah Clark, RDH, IPDH
Sarah Clark, RDH, IPDH is a clinician, past President the Maine Dental Hygienists’ Association, speaker, published author, adjunct clinical faculty member at Coastal Carolina Community College.
“Harmful microbes thrive in an acidic environment. Chewing BasicBites twice a day boosts the oral pH to neutral and creates a hostile environment for the acid trouble makers.” Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, MPH, CSP
Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, MPH, CSP is a highly sought-after international speaker, prolific author, and RDH Magazine feature writer. She is a recognized expert on the oral microbiome, ergonomics, salivary dysfunction, cariology and erosive tooth wear, and employment law.
“BasicBites saved my son’s teeth. Not only are they seriously delicious, but they work! The cutting edge science keeps the oral cavity’s pH healthy while coating the teeth with tooth supporting nutrients that help keep your mouth happy and healthy!” Shannon Nanne, RDH
Shannon Nanne, RDH has spent most of her professional career focused on creating awareness of oral cancer and its side effects. She was the executive director of the Global Oral Cancer Forum 2016. She’s authored articles in several publications and has sat on the Corporate Council for Dimensions of Dental Hygiene for almost two decades.
“Finally oral healthcare professionals have a way to improve saliva and nurture the growth of beneficial bacteria.” Brian Nový, DDS
Dr. Nový is an international thought leader in the science of dental caries management and evidence-based dentistry. Dr. Nový is a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, the International College of Dentists, and the Academy of Dentistry International.
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Michelle Strange, RDH is a practicing traveling registered dental hygienist with a career spanning over 20 years. Michelle’s primary focus and passion lie in patient care’s educational aspects, which she curates for consumers and dental professionals.