Third Party Tested
No Artificial Flavors
Why Silver Biotics
- Triple action formula with SilverSol®, Xylitol and Therapeutic Grade Peppermint Oil
- Probiotic friendly
- Independent clinical trials showed significant results in as little as 1 week
- Up to 12 hours of protection
- Independent studies have shown SilverSol Technology® to be up to 10x more effective than products containing up to 3,000ppm silver
- Naturally promotes healthy teeth and gums
- No Triclosan, Glycerin, Fluoride, Parabens, or Sodium Laurel Sulfates
- No BPA
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can use the Tooth Gel the same way you would toothpaste, or if you prefer, you can use it after your toothpaste for extended protection.
Yes, the Tooth Gel is non-staining and safe to use on crowns and dentures.
Apply generously to your toothbrush and brush as normal 2-3 times daily or as directed by a dentist or doctor.
While effective cleaning of your teeth using the Tooth Gel can help prevent staining caused by a dirty mouth, Tooth Gel does not have any abrasives or whiteners, which are typically touted to whiten teeth.
No, this Tooth Gel does not contain any fluoride, abrasives, or SLS.
The Tooth Gel has light mint flavoring, which comes from the therapeutic grade peppermint oil. The strength of the flavor is subjective to the individual.
It is currently available in a 114g tube.
This Tooth Gel is made with natural ingredients and is safe for children to use. It is not harmful if swallowed.
No, this Tooth Gel does not contain any abrasives, fluoride, or SLS.
It provides up to 12 hours of protection.
This Tooth Gel provides the benefits of our SilverSol nano-silver along with other natural ingredients such as xylitol and therapeutic grade peppermint oil to clean and provide a lasting protection without the use of harmful chemicals and abrasives commonly found in toothpastes today. It is great for sensitive teeth and promoting healthy teeth and gums.
Although Tooth Gel is not harmful to most animals, dogs specifically should not be given Tooth Gel, as xylitol is harmful to them. If your dog does ingest the Tooth Gel, please consult your veterinarian.