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Your complete guide to a cleaner mouth, a healthier body, and a happier you.

The mouth harbors one of the most diverse bacterial ecosystems in the body. We’re focused on understanding both the harmful bacteria that trigger cavities, periodontal disease and bad breath as well as the beneficial microbes that support oral health. We’re finding ways to wipe out the bad while nurturing the good. qii is different. With a shelf-stable pH around 7, it helps maintain a neutral, non-acidic oral environment that allows the beneficial bacteria in your mouth to thrive.

People don’t usually realize this, but oral care or the oral system has a really big connection to the stomach system as well. If we don’t have a good oral care/hygiene, that can affect the systemic problem. 

The human mouth is a bustling microbial metropolis with over 700 bacterial species present. This complex community, known as the oral microbiome, plays a key player in not just oral health, but also our overall health.

A good oral hygiene regimen can help eliminate plaque, one of the main contributors to oral conditions like tooth decay and gum disease. We’ve developed qii, the world’s first drink proven to reduce plaque buildup because let’s be honest, we don’t always floss and brush our teeth as often and as diligently as we should.

Dental plaque is made up of millions of bacteria that live in a sticky film on the surface of teeth. This microbial community is also referred to as a biofilm. To study the effectiveness of qii in reducing dental plaque, we tested it in the lab against the oral pathogens Streptococcus mutans(tooth decay and cavities), Porphyromonas gingivalis (gingivitis) and Solobacterium moorei (halitosis).

Cavity schmavity! These dental problems are more than just a costly nuisance. They can have far-reaching effects on the health of your entire body.

Sure, tea is delicious and calming but did you know that it can also help keep your teeth and gums healthy and your breath fresh?

From gingivitis to reflux to metabolic disorders, we explore all the different causes of bad breath.

Bacteria assemble on surfaces to build communities called biofilms, which play an important role in health and disease.

This is your mouth on acid

A slice of grapefruit and glass of orange juice might make a delicious breakfast but when it comes to oral health, they could be doing more harm than good.

What looks like sugar, tastes like sugar and helps to prevent cavities? Xylitol! Here’s what you need to know about this sweet substance.

Much more than just slobbery puppy kisses, saliva has tooth-protecting and microbe-busting properties that make it absolutely drool-worthy.