The SorbayPC lozenge is a patented breakthrough Palate Cleansing technology in the form of pleasant tasting sugar-free hard candy. The SorbayPC lozenge removes residual food flavors and food residues from the mouth. It leaves the mouth tasting and feeling clean. It provides a true clean-up, not a minty cover-up.
The active ingredients in the Sorbay lozenge are all found in nature. It is likely that most people have consumed them in the past, but never when wedded together in the patented Sorbay composition.
Swishing the lozenge around in the mouth is fun. After it is gone the realization that one's mouth has never been so clean is a real joy!
The purpose of this exposition is to introduce you to the Sorbay based Tartaroff Oral Hygiene program as a powerful means for improving your overall oral health. The Tartaroff Program is designed to augment the benefits of flossing and brushing, the cleansing role of saliva and the care of a dental professional.
A Sorbay Lozenge a day will keep oral bacteria at bay!
Sorbay lozenges are a solution for a very serious oral health problem. Virtually all patients who show up in the dentist's office have at least a bit of gingivitis (inflamed and bleeding gums). Most patients, over fifty percent, have a serious gingivitis problem and tartar buildup on their teeth as well. These problems arise despite brushing, and sometimes flossing and rinsing too. This means the personal oral care products and practices currently in use are not working well enough to circumvent our two most pressing oral care problems. The underlying issue is failure to keep oral bacterial populations under control. Mother Nature has endowed us with a great oral health maintenance agent, saliva, but its bacteria killing enzyme, lysozyme, is also not quite up to the bacteria control task. That is where the Sorbay Technology, with its safe edible ingredients, can be very helpful. The technology can tip the balance in favor of good oral health by both enhancing lysozyme's antibacterial activity and by undermining the creation of oral microbial habitat. After use of a single lozenge an oral bacterial population can be reduced tens of thousands of times better than with a typical oral rinse. The Sorbay ingredients also undermine the structure of tartar so it becomes soft enough to be abraded by flossing and brushing. Before the advent of the Sorbay Technology, the only way for tartar to be removed from teeth has been scaling by a dentist or dental hygienist.
Before SorbayPC - before first use
After SorbayPC - only 7 of 14 day regimen
How should we suck on the Lozenge?
To properly clean your teeth, suck on the lozenge by placing it in the back of your lower front teeth and take the saliva that has dissolved the lozenge material and swish it around.
Timing Of Lozenge Use
For new users and for cleaning up an existing oral problem use a lozenge after each of three meals and an additional lozenge just before going to sleep (after evening brushing of the teeth). Generally one only needs to do this for five to seven days.
For the maintenance of a clean mouth the number of after meal lozenges can be reduced or eliminated, but the just before sleep lozenge use should be continued.
There is no reason to believe that products based on the Sorbay technology are unsafe. The three actives (citric acid, sodium lauryl sulfate, and tannic acid) upon which the Sorbay technology depends are found in nature. Clinical trials, and independent health and safety (toxicological) study, and an examination of the structure of a human tooth after five years of exposure to Sorbay lozenges have been conducted without the emergence of a single safety issue.
The only difference between the SorbayPC lozenge and the SorbayPOC mist is the formulation and method of delivery of the technology.
"Isomalt", the sugar-free lozenge base, Acesulfame K, the sweetness enhancer, and citric acid are commonly used in foods and widely accepted as safe. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that all three are safe for human ingestion and may be used as food additives in a variety of foods. The remaining two ingredients, tannic acid and sodium lauryl sulfate have FDA approved uses in foods, however with restrictions as to amounts and vehicles.
Sodium lauryl sulfate is commonly found in toothpaste. It serves to dislodge contaminates from oral surfaces. The products based on the Sorbay technology contain 1/750th of the amount reported to be safe for children.
The ingestion of moderate amounts of tannic acid is also considered to be safe. In a recent look at the implications of dietary tannic acid, a committee of the National Research Council found nothing troubling about the human consumption of foods containing tannic acid. In fact, tannic acid was lauded for its antioxidant properties.
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