The modified strain secretes a novel bacteriocin, mutacin 1140, which is disruptive to the metabolism of unmodified S mutans.
No. The strain doesn't contain the gene that creates lactic acid.
It's a five minute procedure, slightly more complicated than brushing your teeth.
The most important step is the disruption of the existing s mutans biofilm using a prophy brush and tooth polish. Afterwards, apply Lumina Probiotic as if it were a toothpaste, with a thorough brushing process. This should cause the live bacteria to adhere to the tooth surface.
The final step is to jump-start your new probiotic culture, for which we recommend eating candy.
We would still recommend brushing your teeth. This strain doesn't do anything to protect against gum disease, or bad breath.
Lumina Probiotic is launching during Vitalia 2024, at a price point of $19,000. There are no follow-up costs.
Discounts are available.
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The original scientists experimenting with mutacin strains applied a strain to their own teeth, and found that it remains on their teeth 20 years later.
We recommend that you keep doing whatever you were doing, so long as what you were doing was brushing and flossing.
We'll likely be reaching out to collect a mouth swab from you, so we can sequence your oral microbiome and confirm successful displacement!