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Evora Plus™: The First Probiotic Mints for Complete Oral Care

April 19th, 2010 · 3 Comments

Fresh breath. White teeth. Balanced oral health.

Evora Plus™ mints for adults and EvoraKids™ chews for children add good bacteria and a low level of hydrogen peroxide to the oral environment for fresher breath, a healthier mouth, and whiter teeth. Twenty-five years of research went into the making of this innovative product, developed by Jeffrey Hillman, DMD, PhD.

The company’s website states: “Within 30 days of using EvoraPlus twice daily, the natural healthy oral balance of good bacteria will be greatly restored and you will begin to notice a whiter, brighter smile and long-lasting fresh breath.”

How it Works

For some time, scientists have known that probiotics promote good digestive health. Yogurt, a food rich with probiotic power, is often recommended for patients with stomach aches and digestion issues. The same philosophy backs the effectiveness of Evora.

Good oral bacteria “crowd out” bad bacteria to promote a positive balance in the mouth. In addition, by reducing bad bacteria, Evora mints reduce potential for foul breath caused by bad bacteria. Good bacteria actually bond to teeth and gums, and even below the gum line for lasting results. This is unlike traditional mouthwashes that kill all bacteria in the mouth, not just the bad bacteria.

As for teeth whitening, Evora’s by product is a small amount of hydrogen peroxide, which is known to naturally brighten tooth enamel without causing sensitivity or irritation to oral tissues.

Each Evora mint has one calorie, and patients are instructed to use two mints each day for best results. Today, Evora is sold at these retail stores: Albertson’s, A&P, Kerr Drug, Walgreen’s, Sweetbay, Heartland, and Pathmark. Online, consumers can purchase Evora through,,,,,,, and

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 dentists in orange // Apr 20, 2010 at 12:03 am

    Mints and good bacteria to fight bad bacteria, it’s great! I mean, technology and dentistry has just gotten better and better every time and it’s always just wonderful news. But of course, it’s still recommended to keep a dental health care routine and visit dentists in orange to make sure that your teeth, your mouth and your gums are healthy.

  • 2 arizona dentist // Apr 20, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    Well, if the initial reports are true this could be a wonderful and significant product. I’d like more information.

  • 3 Emergency Dentists Chandler // Apr 21, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    Always been telling patients to chew on mint leaves 🙂 Kidding!

    Seriously, I think this is a good development. I think I’d be looking more at how Evora works.

    Thanks for the heads up!

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