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A biological approach for an optimal oral microbiota that helps and prevents dental caries, gum damage and halitosis

with the right dietary and oral hygiene habits

The microbiota of the oral cavity, with more than 700 bacterial species, is one of the most densely populated anatomical sites within the human body

The oral microbiota is an essential step understanding

  • the strategies of better oral health
  • the production of biofilm of the oral cavity

  • the intestinal barrier and production of mucin

  • a neutralization of pathogenic bacteria

  • the cell response and metabolism of substrates

  • interaction with immune response

  • anaerobic bacteria associated with periodontal diseases leading to halitosis

Saliva maintains a stable pH of 6.5 to 7.5, the preferred pH for most bacteria species. Saliva also keeps bacteria hydrated and acts as a medium to facilitate the transportation of nutrients to microorganisms.

DentaSan® provides beneficial functions on

  • oral biofilm modulation and restoration
  • good bacteria colonization

  • pathogenic bacteria inhibitor effects

  • counteracts inflammation, tissue damage

  • helps controlling halitosis

  • building up healthy gums

  • prophylactic treatment of gum infection

  • regeneration after a dental treatment.

Why DentaSan® probiotic for oral health?

  • Prevention of oral dysbiosis 
  • Backed-up by world-class studies

  • User-friendly, directly under the tongue

  • No side effect. No change of color of tooth enamel.

  • Refreshing taste.

  • A biological and alternative therapy.

We are dependent on our gut microbes to perform many functions that are essential to our health.

The oral and gastrointestinal tract microbiomes constitute the bulk of the overall human microbial load.

The interconnected network of microorganisms present unique opportunities for advancing human health therapy.

  • 3 selected bacterial cultures
  • Builds up immunity (folic acid)

  • Prevents colics

  • Supports constipation and bloating relief

  • Promotes balance during and after antibiotic intake.

  • Folic acid supports maternal tissue growth during pregnancy 

Lactobact® BABY+

0 to 2 years

  • 6 selected bacterial cultures

  • Restores intestinal flora

  • Relieves constipation

  • Folic acid (Vit B9) supports the immune system

  • Pantothenic acid (Vit B5) helps reduction of fatigue.

Lactobact® JUNIOR+

2 years to 8 years

  • ​9 selected probiotic strains

  • Supports a normal fatty acid and carbohydrate metabolism

  • Contains zinc gluconate

  • Zinc supports the body's defenses

Lactobact® PREMIUM

8 years+ children, teenagers, adults


  • Lactobact® BABY+ and Lactobact® JUNIOR+ can be stirred into drinks or food.

  • They don't require activation time. A direct consumption is possible. 

  • They are protected from oxidation and moisture.

  • They survive the stomach and bile acids. The micro-encapsulation only opens with increasing pH values ​​in the small intestine.

  • Best patient compliance through double protection for adult products (Lactobact® PREMIUM): the micro-encapsulated powder combined with an additional cellulose capsule offer double protection. For patients having difficulty in swallowing capsules, the cellulose capsules can be removed and the micro-encapsulated powder stirred into drinks and food. 

Most probiotics on the market do not survive stomach and pancreas passage.

  • Indeed, the use of a lyophilized powder does not offer a protection to the bacteria, and therefore get damaged.

Lactobact use Intelicaps® a new dimension to probiotic microencapsulation.

  • ​Intelicaps®, a new and patented technology, uses a very gentle extrusion process and a proprietary mix of biopolymers. 

  • The microcapsules are then very stable, capable to resist to increased heat, low pH, moisture and increased oxygen concentrations. 

  • They resist to 80%+ at pH <2 after 2 hours when classic lyophilized probiotics achieve only less than 8%. They only open in the intestinal tract at a pH >6,5. 


100x higher efficacy bacterial survival after gastric passage.

  • Compared to conventional powder preparations,  our technology achieves a 100x higher efficacy.

  • Lactobact® Intelicaps® selected SHIME® one of the few gut models to demonstrate the efficacy of the protection capability of the new microencapsulation.

  • SHIME®, Simulator of the Human Intestine Microbial Ecosystem, is a digestive model that mimics the entire gastrointestinal tract incorporating the stomach, small intestine and different colon regions. A highly flexible experimental model, which enables to target digestive conditions of interest

What does intestinal flora mean?

Intestinal flora is the term for a multiplicity of bacteria which live in our intestine. They are on the mucus layer lining the intestine. The bacteria in the intestine bring a weight of about 1-2 kgs on the scales. Their tasks are vital to the body. For example, they are involved in enzyme and vitamin formation and in the breakdown of plant compounds that we otherwise would not digest. In addition, our intestinal flora communicates with the immune system and supports the formation of anti-inflammatory messengers. The protection against pathogens also comes from the intestinal flora .

What is a disturbed intestinal flora?

A disturbed intestinal flora is called dysbiosis in medical parlance. This means that pathogenic bacteria in the intestine could multiply many times. This leads to an altered bacterial colonization. The consequences of a disturbed intestinal flora can not only be diarrhoea, constipation and flatulence, but also inflammatory diseases occur. If it comes to a dysbiosis, you can with a balanced, high-fiber diet, exercise and with probiotics preparations to rebuild the intestinal flora.

What can an intestinal flora be disturbed?

A disturbance of the intestinal flora can come about through various causes. An unbalanced diet high in fat, sugar, and low fiber negatively affects the intestinal flora composition. Also, the factor of movement plays a major role for a balanced healthy bacterial composition in the intestine. Antibiotics are a common problem. Antibiotics have to be taken for some diseases, but unfortunately they not only kill pathogenic bacteria but also kill our healthy intestinal bacteria. Babies often suffer from disturbed intestinal flora if they are born by caesarean section or are not breastfed.


"Probiotics are living microorganisms that, when consumed in adequate numbers, have a health effect on the host," is the WHO / FAO definition of probiotic intestinal bacteria since 2001. This means that probiotic gut bacteria must meet specific requirements. First and foremost, it is important that the bacteria survive the gastric and bile acids without damage. Because unprotected strains of bacteria can lose their viability within a very short time and thus become ineffective. The products should also be present in high concentrations. 


There are a variety of probiotic bacterial strains with clinical evidence in the gastrointestinal tract. In medical use, the following probiotic species are predominantly used: lactobacilli , bifidobacteria , Enterococcus faecium and Escherichia coli. A combination of selected probiotic intestinal bacteria in high concentration ensures the desired health effect.


There is now a wealth of clinical study material on the administration of probiotic intestinal bacteria . Probiotic intestinal bacteria are used at any age. In babies born as cesarean birth or not breastfed, it was found that the intestinal flora is different in composition compared to vaginal birth and nursing children. When occurring three-month colic also like probiotics are used. Older children are often affected by asthma, allergies and atopic dermatitis or antibiotics cause a shift in the intestinal flora . Meanwhile, diseases of the nervous system are increasingly in the focus of the researchers, in which a maloccupation of the intestinal flora seems to play a role

Frequently asked questions

Why Diarrhea with antibiotics?

In the intestine live many small microorganisms and form the so-called intestinal flora . It consists of countless good bacteria. An antibiotic works against bacteria. Frequently, so-called broadband antibiotics are used. In other words, they are not specifically geared to a type of bacteria and destroy not only the bad bacteria but also the good intestinal bacteria. As a result, pathogenic germs in the gut can spread, such as clostridia . These cause strong diarrhea after taking antibiotics. Diarrhea during or after antibiotic therapy is also called antibiotic- associated diarrhea (AAD).

How long do the digestive problems after antibiotics last?

The Clostridia , which are located in the intestinal flora , ensure diarrhea when taking antibiotics. Depending on how fast these bacteria multiply, diarrhea associated with antibiotic therapy may occur after one to two days . In the worst case, diarrhea persists for up to 2 weeks after taking the antibiotic . In general, a gut flora can recover from the clostridia and return to normal equilibrium. This can take up to a year.

Is frequent antibiotcs ingestion harmful?

The more antibiotics and especially broad-spectrum antibiotics are taken, the greater the damage in the balanced intestinal flora . Harmful germs like Clostridia can spread more and more and this leads to diarrhea after taking antibiotics. If the intestinal flora can not recover, it can not only cause digestive problems. Vitamins and other nutrients can no longer be absorbed properly by the intestine. The immune system, which is 80% in the intestine, can get out of joint. Incompatibilities are the result. This often results in allergies, such as hay fever.

How is the intestinal flora rebuilt?

In order to rebuild the complex and diverse intestinal flora , one needs a probiotic agent containing several selected bacterial strains. In addition, it should be high doses, as antibiotics repeatedly kill bacteria in the gut. Therefore, the agent Lactobact® AAD is recommended for diarrhea caused by antibiotics . The remedy should be taken already during the therapy with the antibiotic, however, within a temporal distance of approx. 2 hours. After antibiotic therapy, the agent Lactobact® PREMIUM is recommended for the long-term development of a complex intestinal flora .

How long does the colon build up after taking antibiotics?

If no additional means of intestinal florasanation are taken, the intestine needs at least 6 weeks, but in many cases up to a year to fully recover. It depends on the individual and their lifestyle. With additional intake of Lactobact® AAD to the antibiotic and a subsequent 4 weeks cure with Lactobact® PREMIUM , the intestinal flora is then largely built up. The likelihood of diarrhea with antibiotics being taken with the medication is thus reduced by 90%.

Do we need to keep it in the fridge?

No. Our Lactobact® probiotics are shelf stable and don't need refrigeration.

Are they free from: yeast, milk, lactose, animal protein, gluten?


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