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Manuka Honey Toothpaste made with 300 MGO Manuka Honey and Vitamins C & E.

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Manuka Honey Toothpast made with high strength 300 MGO Manuka Honey from New Zealand, plus Vitamins C & E.

Harnessing the power of fresh mint flavour to keep your entire mouth fresh, clean and healthy.

Maximum fluoride – fluoride is a safe naturally occurring mineral that is proven to be the most effective way of protecting teeth from decay.

Fresh Mint Flavour - to keep breath fresh.

SLS Free.

Manuka Honey

"As well as its antibacterial properties, likely caused by active ingredient Methylglyoxal, Manuka honey also has properties which make it beneficial in maintaining oral health

Studies in the Swiss Dental Journal and Oral Health have shown manuka honey, with its high antibacterial activity, both attacks and inhibits the growth of harmful oral bacteria like P. gingivalis and A. actinomycetemcomitans associated with plaque formation, gum inflammation and gingivitis and tooth decay.

One study examined the effects of chewing or sucking on a manuka honey chew three times a day for 10 minutes following meals on the reduction of plaque and gingivitis. The honey-chew group showed a significant reduction in plaque and gingival bleeding, compared to those who chewed the sugar-free gum.

Although the idea of consuming honey for good oral health may seem counterintuitive, unlike sweets and other refined sugars, manuka honey’s potent antibacterial effects make it unlikely to contribute to cavities or tooth decay." Pharmacist Gemma Fromage

Vitamin C

A recent study published in BMC Microbiology has shown that vitamin C can play a vital role in preventing the development of dental caries or in other words, tooth decay [1]. Vitamin C also contributes to collagen synthesis, which is important for providing tooth structure, support, and maintenance [2,3]. There is scientific evidence linking periodontal disease and vitamin C deficiency [4,5].

Periodontal disease affects the tissues that surround your teeth: your gum tissue, or gingiva, the ligaments that hold your teeth in place, or the bone that surrounds and stabilizes each tooth root. The disease might develop due to poor oral hygiene, exposure to environmental toxins or as a side effect of an underlying disorder.

Clinical studies have also found that vitamin C depletion can cause gingival bleeding regardless of oral hygiene [6]. Vitamin C reduces the inflammation reaction in periodontal disease, and the administration of vitamin C supplements has been shown to improve periodontal conditions [7]. The periodontal healing activity is attributed to the antioxidant activity of vitamin C, and its role in collagen biosynthesis that facilitates wound healing [7]. A vitamin C deficiency can result in scurvy which commonly manifests with bleeding gums and increased tooth mobility due to weakened collagen [8].

Vitamin E

Vitamin E, an essential nutrient in your diet, might prove beneficial in helping to control the development or progression of periodontal disease through its ability to prevent inflammation. Chronic inflammation plays an important role in some cases of periodontal disease. Over time, gingival inflammation causes a recession of gum tissue, and promotes the formation of ulcers, while inflammation of the ligaments or bone leads to tooth loosening or loss. Vitamin E can help to reduce the levels of inflammation in your body, potentially helping to control the chronic inflammation that can occur in periodontal disease.

Vitamin E is also an antioxidant; it prevents the activity of harmful free radicals, which oxidize and damage your tissues. The presence of antioxidants in your mouth can damage your gum tissue, helping promote the development of periodontal disease. A study published in "Advances in Medical Science" in 2007 found that epilepsy patients with periodontal disease displayed abnormally low levels of vitamin E -- as well as other antioxidants -- in their mouths and saliva. As a result, consuming vitamin E might help to restore vitamin E levels in and around gum tissue, potentially helping to treat or prevent periodontal disease in some individuals.

Sources
1. Eydou Z, Jad BN, Elsayed Z, Ismail A, Magaogao M, Hossain A. Investigation on the effect of vitamin C on growth & biofilm-forming potential of Streptococcus mutans isolated from patients with dental caries. BMC Microbiol. (2020) 20:231. doi: 10.1186/s12866-020-01914-4
2. Pflipsen M, Zenchenko Y. Nutrition for oral health and oral manifestations of poor nutrition and unhealthy habits. Gen Dent. (2017) 65:36–43.
3. Fontana M. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid): clinical implications for oral health–a literature review. Compendium. (1994) 15:916–8, 920 passim; quiz 930.
4. Tada A, Miura H. The relationship between vitamin C and periodontal diseases: a systematic review. Int J Environ Res Public Health. (2019) 16:2472. doi: 10.3390/ijerph16142472
5. Nishida M, Grossi SG, Dunford RG, Ho AW, Trevisan M, Genco RJ. Dietary vitamin C and the risk for periodontal disease. J Periodontol. (2000) 71:1215–23. doi: 10.1902/jop.2000.71.8.1215
6. Hujoel PP, Lingström P. Nutrition, dental caries and periodontal disease: a narrative review. J Clin Periodontol. (2017) 44 (Suppl. 18):S79–84. doi: 10.1111/jcpe.12672
7. Dodington DW, Fritz PC, Sullivan PJ, Ward WE. Higher intakes of fruits and vegetables, β-carotene, vitamin C, α-tocopherol, EPA, and DHA are positively associated with periodontal healing after nonsurgical periodontal therapy in nonsmokers but not in smokers. J Nutr. 145:2512–9. doi: 10.3945/jn.115.211524
8. Shimabukuro Y, Nakayama Y, Ogata Y, Tamazawa K, Shimauchi H, Nishida T, et al. Effects of an ascorbic acid-derivative dentifrice in patients with gingivitis: a double-masked, randomized, controlled clinical trial. J Periodontol. (2015) 86:27–35. doi: 10.1902/jop.2014.140138
9. "Advances in Medical Science'; Antioxidant Activity Of Blood Serum And Saliva In Patients With Periodontal Disease Treated Due To Epilepsy; Sobaniec et al.; 2007

DIRECTIONS: For Children 6 years of age and older: apply a pea size amount to toothbrush and brush teeth thoroughly, preferably after each meal or at least twice a day, or as directed by a dentist or physician.

WARNINGS: Keep out of reach of children under 6 years of age. If more than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, seek medical help immediately.

STORAGE: Always close the flip-top cap after use, making sure there's no paste around the edges. Keep your toothpaste and your toothbrush in a closed cabinet, especially if you store them in the bathroom. Store your paste in a cool-ish environment.

Glycerin, Aqua, Hydrated Silica, Mel (Manuka Honey), Cellulose Gum, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Sodium Fluoride, Menthol, Sodium Chloride, Calcium Gluconate, Leptospermum Scoparium Branch/leaf Oil, Stevioside, Ascorbic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Limonene

Contains Sodium Fluoride 0.32% w/w (1450ppm F)

UK Mainland Delivery Rates

Orders under £40 £6.00 DPD Courier (2-4 working days) Signature Required
Orders between £40 and £60 £3.00 DPD Courier (2-4 working days) Signature Required
Orders over £60 Free DPD Courier (2-4 working days) Signature Required

 

Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Scilly Isles, Scottish Highlands & Irelands Delivery Rates

All orders £6.00 DPD Courier (3-5 working days) Signature Required

 

Channel Islands Delivery Rates

All orders £8.00 DPD Courier (3-5 working days) Signature Required

 

Calculation of Shipping Costs

Shipping costs are based on the grand total of your order. If you apply a discount code or loyalty credit your total may change and shipping costs will be recalculated.

International Delivery Destinations

If you order Products from our site for delivery to one of the International Delivery Destinations, your order may be subject to import duties and taxes which are applied when the delivery reaches that destination. Please note that we have no control over these charges and we cannot predict their amount. You will be responsible for payment of any such import duties and taxes. Please contact your local customs office for further information before placing your order.

You must comply with all applicable laws and regulations of the country for which the Products are destined. We will not be liable or responsible if you break any such law.

Returns

1. If you change your mind and don’t want the Product within 14 days of its delivery to you, your rights to cancel are set out at clause 11 of our Terms and Conditions of Supply. Please note to be eligible for a refund the Product must be unopened, in its original packaging and sealed. We will only be obliged to process any refund due once we have received the Product back from you.

2. If you discover that the Product is faulty or not of satisfactory quality within 30 days of the Product being delivered or us delivering the Product you may also be entitled to a refund or exchange in accordance with clause 11.9 of our Terms and Conditions of Supply.

3. Ensure that if you do want to cancel a contract you follow the cancellation procedure at clause 11 of the Terms and Conditions of Supply. Failure to do so may result in a delay in any refund being processed.

4. We strive to ensure all our Products are of the highest standard. If you do feel there is something wrong with the Product or if you have any questions please feel free to email us on customerservices@manukadoctor.co.uk

Description

Manuka Honey Toothpast made with high strength 300 MGO Manuka Honey from New Zealand, plus Vitamins C & E.

Harnessing the power of fresh mint flavour to keep your entire mouth fresh, clean and healthy.

Maximum fluoride – fluoride is a safe naturally occurring mineral that is proven to be the most effective way of protecting teeth from decay.

Fresh Mint Flavour - to keep breath fresh.

SLS Free.

Why it works

Manuka Honey

"As well as its antibacterial properties, likely caused by active ingredient Methylglyoxal, Manuka honey also has properties which make it beneficial in maintaining oral health

Studies in the Swiss Dental Journal and Oral Health have shown manuka honey, with its high antibacterial activity, both attacks and inhibits the growth of harmful oral bacteria like P. gingivalis and A. actinomycetemcomitans associated with plaque formation, gum inflammation and gingivitis and tooth decay.

One study examined the effects of chewing or sucking on a manuka honey chew three times a day for 10 minutes following meals on the reduction of plaque and gingivitis. The honey-chew group showed a significant reduction in plaque and gingival bleeding, compared to those who chewed the sugar-free gum.

Although the idea of consuming honey for good oral health may seem counterintuitive, unlike sweets and other refined sugars, manuka honey’s potent antibacterial effects make it unlikely to contribute to cavities or tooth decay." Pharmacist Gemma Fromage

Vitamin C

A recent study published in BMC Microbiology has shown that vitamin C can play a vital role in preventing the development of dental caries or in other words, tooth decay [1]. Vitamin C also contributes to collagen synthesis, which is important for providing tooth structure, support, and maintenance [2,3]. There is scientific evidence linking periodontal disease and vitamin C deficiency [4,5].

Periodontal disease affects the tissues that surround your teeth: your gum tissue, or gingiva, the ligaments that hold your teeth in place, or the bone that surrounds and stabilizes each tooth root. The disease might develop due to poor oral hygiene, exposure to environmental toxins or as a side effect of an underlying disorder.

Clinical studies have also found that vitamin C depletion can cause gingival bleeding regardless of oral hygiene [6]. Vitamin C reduces the inflammation reaction in periodontal disease, and the administration of vitamin C supplements has been shown to improve periodontal conditions [7]. The periodontal healing activity is attributed to the antioxidant activity of vitamin C, and its role in collagen biosynthesis that facilitates wound healing [7]. A vitamin C deficiency can result in scurvy which commonly manifests with bleeding gums and increased tooth mobility due to weakened collagen [8].

Vitamin E

Vitamin E, an essential nutrient in your diet, might prove beneficial in helping to control the development or progression of periodontal disease through its ability to prevent inflammation. Chronic inflammation plays an important role in some cases of periodontal disease. Over time, gingival inflammation causes a recession of gum tissue, and promotes the formation of ulcers, while inflammation of the ligaments or bone leads to tooth loosening or loss. Vitamin E can help to reduce the levels of inflammation in your body, potentially helping to control the chronic inflammation that can occur in periodontal disease.

Vitamin E is also an antioxidant; it prevents the activity of harmful free radicals, which oxidize and damage your tissues. The presence of antioxidants in your mouth can damage your gum tissue, helping promote the development of periodontal disease. A study published in "Advances in Medical Science" in 2007 found that epilepsy patients with periodontal disease displayed abnormally low levels of vitamin E -- as well as other antioxidants -- in their mouths and saliva. As a result, consuming vitamin E might help to restore vitamin E levels in and around gum tissue, potentially helping to treat or prevent periodontal disease in some individuals.

Sources
1. Eydou Z, Jad BN, Elsayed Z, Ismail A, Magaogao M, Hossain A. Investigation on the effect of vitamin C on growth & biofilm-forming potential of Streptococcus mutans isolated from patients with dental caries. BMC Microbiol. (2020) 20:231. doi: 10.1186/s12866-020-01914-4
2. Pflipsen M, Zenchenko Y. Nutrition for oral health and oral manifestations of poor nutrition and unhealthy habits. Gen Dent. (2017) 65:36–43.
3. Fontana M. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid): clinical implications for oral health–a literature review. Compendium. (1994) 15:916–8, 920 passim; quiz 930.
4. Tada A, Miura H. The relationship between vitamin C and periodontal diseases: a systematic review. Int J Environ Res Public Health. (2019) 16:2472. doi: 10.3390/ijerph16142472
5. Nishida M, Grossi SG, Dunford RG, Ho AW, Trevisan M, Genco RJ. Dietary vitamin C and the risk for periodontal disease. J Periodontol. (2000) 71:1215–23. doi: 10.1902/jop.2000.71.8.1215
6. Hujoel PP, Lingström P. Nutrition, dental caries and periodontal disease: a narrative review. J Clin Periodontol. (2017) 44 (Suppl. 18):S79–84. doi: 10.1111/jcpe.12672
7. Dodington DW, Fritz PC, Sullivan PJ, Ward WE. Higher intakes of fruits and vegetables, β-carotene, vitamin C, α-tocopherol, EPA, and DHA are positively associated with periodontal healing after nonsurgical periodontal therapy in nonsmokers but not in smokers. J Nutr. 145:2512–9. doi: 10.3945/jn.115.211524
8. Shimabukuro Y, Nakayama Y, Ogata Y, Tamazawa K, Shimauchi H, Nishida T, et al. Effects of an ascorbic acid-derivative dentifrice in patients with gingivitis: a double-masked, randomized, controlled clinical trial. J Periodontol. (2015) 86:27–35. doi: 10.1902/jop.2014.140138
9. "Advances in Medical Science'; Antioxidant Activity Of Blood Serum And Saliva In Patients With Periodontal Disease Treated Due To Epilepsy; Sobaniec et al.; 2007

Directions & Warnings

DIRECTIONS: For Children 6 years of age and older: apply a pea size amount to toothbrush and brush teeth thoroughly, preferably after each meal or at least twice a day, or as directed by a dentist or physician.

WARNINGS: Keep out of reach of children under 6 years of age. If more than used for brushing is accidentally swallowed, seek medical help immediately.

STORAGE: Always close the flip-top cap after use, making sure there's no paste around the edges. Keep your toothpaste and your toothbrush in a closed cabinet, especially if you store them in the bathroom. Store your paste in a cool-ish environment.

Ingredients

Glycerin, Aqua, Hydrated Silica, Mel (Manuka Honey), Cellulose Gum, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Sodium Fluoride, Menthol, Sodium Chloride, Calcium Gluconate, Leptospermum Scoparium Branch/leaf Oil, Stevioside, Ascorbic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Limonene

Contains Sodium Fluoride 0.32% w/w (1450ppm F)

Delivery

UK Mainland Delivery Rates

Orders under £40 £6.00 DPD Courier (2-4 working days) Signature Required
Orders between £40 and £60 £3.00 DPD Courier (2-4 working days) Signature Required
Orders over £60 Free DPD Courier (2-4 working days) Signature Required

 

Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Scilly Isles, Scottish Highlands & Irelands Delivery Rates

All orders £6.00 DPD Courier (3-5 working days) Signature Required

 

Channel Islands Delivery Rates

All orders £8.00 DPD Courier (3-5 working days) Signature Required

 

Calculation of Shipping Costs

Shipping costs are based on the grand total of your order. If you apply a discount code or loyalty credit your total may change and shipping costs will be recalculated.

International Delivery Destinations

If you order Products from our site for delivery to one of the International Delivery Destinations, your order may be subject to import duties and taxes which are applied when the delivery reaches that destination. Please note that we have no control over these charges and we cannot predict their amount. You will be responsible for payment of any such import duties and taxes. Please contact your local customs office for further information before placing your order.

You must comply with all applicable laws and regulations of the country for which the Products are destined. We will not be liable or responsible if you break any such law.

Returns

1. If you change your mind and don’t want the Product within 14 days of its delivery to you, your rights to cancel are set out at clause 11 of our Terms and Conditions of Supply. Please note to be eligible for a refund the Product must be unopened, in its original packaging and sealed. We will only be obliged to process any refund due once we have received the Product back from you.

2. If you discover that the Product is faulty or not of satisfactory quality within 30 days of the Product being delivered or us delivering the Product you may also be entitled to a refund or exchange in accordance with clause 11.9 of our Terms and Conditions of Supply.

3. Ensure that if you do want to cancel a contract you follow the cancellation procedure at clause 11 of the Terms and Conditions of Supply. Failure to do so may result in a delay in any refund being processed.

4. We strive to ensure all our Products are of the highest standard. If you do feel there is something wrong with the Product or if you have any questions please feel free to email us on customerservices@manukadoctor.co.uk

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