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Nano Hydroxyapatite & Xylitol Tooth Gel | CariFree

Supplier: Essology

A non-abrasive nano hydroxyapatite and xylitol tooth gel that is an excellent alternative to regular toothpaste.

Price Guide: POA

Maintaining a healthy cavity-free biofilm requires daily attention. The nano hydroxyapatite, xylitol and special pH+ technology formulation offers an improved level of preventative care whilst aiding in remineralization.

Patients who experience dental erosion or gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) can apply the gel to a customized tray delivering a direct pH boost to the biofilm. This neutralizes harmful acids and encourages the growth of healthy desirable biofilm.

Daily use helps to maintain a healthy bacterial biofilm balance. Individuals who have had chemo or radiation therapy will enjoy the water based gel formulation. Try the HA Nano Gel today, you’ll enjoy the mild fresh-mint flavour.

If you would prefer an alternative flavour try the grape flavoured Xyli-Tots tooth gel.

Ideal for:

  • Everyday brushing and oral hygiene.
  • Remineralization.
  • Patients who experience dental erosion.
  • Reducing risk for decay.
  • Patients with dry throat and mouth symptoms.
  • Patients with bad breath.
  • Orthodontic or Invisalign patients.
  • Patients who wear dentures.
  • Custom or boil & bite tray applications.

Denture patients can also benefit from the CariFree Oral Neutralizer Gel. Apply it as a lubrication gel offering greater patient comfort.

Each box contains a 60ml tube which is approved for airline travel.


Glycerin, Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate, Hydroxyapatite, Hydroxethyl Cellulose, Menthol, Natural Flavours, Polysorbate 20, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Laryl Sulfate, Water, Xylitol.


Always replace cap after use. Supervise children's use for proper oral hygiene care. In case of contact with eyes, flush with water and seek medical attention if necessary. In case of spillage on clothes, wash off with water. If any unusual symptoms occur, contact your dentist.