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Streptokill is 100% natural nevertheless the more effective killer of streptococci, other bacteria and mould. It uses primarily the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These are specially concentrated in Streptokill and achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects supported by other natural extracts contained in Streptokill.


Dosage for periodontitis
Streptokill is a well-chosen product against periodontitis. Use with a dental applicator right onto affected places. You can also splash small amount of Streptokill into a glass and soak a cotton stick in the liquid, then apply it to the gums. For interdental cleaning apply Streptokill onto interdental brush.

There's no frequency for the application, thus, easily said, the more you apply Streptokill the better and sooner result will come.


Also known as pyorrhea or periodontal disease is a common mouth cavity disease in which inflammation is affecting the periodontium, i.e., the tissues that surround and support the teeth.

Causes and signs:
Poor oral hygiene, unhealthy diet or high consumption of alcohol are all one of many factors that can lead to accumulation of certain bacteria causing the periodontitis.

Main sign of the disease is redness and / or bleeding of gums while brushing teeth. In the later stages, the symptoms are more alarming, including gum swelling, bad breath, deep pockets between the teeth and the gums, all resulting into the loss of teeth.

In real late stages the disease might also spread to whole jaw bone while teeth start to fall out as the weakened gums are unable to hold them any longer. The originally oral infection is spread by blood to the organism and can affect vital organs.

The best treatment is of course prevention itself. In the first stages of periodontitis patients may get rid of the infection with application of non-diluted STREPTOKILL. Non-diluted Streptokill is applied on interdental brush and spread to the hardly accessible - and often infected - places afterwards. Streptokill can be also used with classic toothbrush where you give a light massage to the pained gums. Another option is drip some of the Streptokill right onto affected place.

If a person seems to develop some of the more alarming symptoms of periodontitis then the best option is a dentist's visit; the dentist will remove microbial plaque and calculus. The space underneath the gum-line is also cleaned as it's a favorite home of bacteria feeding on gums and tooth bone. If this procedure won't help, the treatment is switched to surgical one with the need of full-time narcosis. These surgical interventions are not only time-consuming but also expensive.

Alpha and omega of good oral health is daily oral hygiene; meaning brushing on a regular basis (at least twice a day) with combination of either interdental brush or dental floss, or both.

Once a year everyone should visit their dentist and / or dental hygienist for a check-up and professional cleaning (called periodontal debridement). Dental hygienists use special instruments to clean teeth below the gum-line and to remove the dental plaque and calculus.

Quitting smoking is also a good move in order to prevent periodontitis, just as lowering alcohol consumption and replacing sweets with vegetables and other high nutrition meals.

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