Do you have bad breath, cavities, sensitive teeth, or gum disease? What would you say if I told you there is a new form or oral care that could help save you an expensive trip to the dentist in the form of a spray? Sounds too good to be true, right? When I had the opportunity to try out this T-Spray Oral Care Teeth & Breath Spray from a company called Toothfilm through Tomoson complimentary for review I was like, sign me up!
I suffer from periodontal disease and have been doing everything possible to keep my teeth in my head. You see, I have receding gums and loose teeth but I’m in my early 40s and don’t want to have to wear dentures just yet, thus I am very serious about my oral hygiene. So if you have any of these dental issues, this might be the answer. But how well does it work? I have done some of the research for you and here is my honest review.
What is T-Spray Oral Care Spray?
According to the manufacturer, T-Spray Oral Care Spray is a protective tooth film that does the following:
- Prevents the growth of bacteria that causes plaque in your teeth, giving you whiter teeth and refreshes breath.
- Forms a protective film of Calcium ions to strengthen the enamel which helps prevent stains.
- Contains Xylitol which significantly reduces cavity formation.
- Calcium ions combined with IPC technology reinforces tooth enamel.
- Kills off 99.9% of the bacteria in your mouth in only one hour with added Menthol to prevent buildup of bacteria and reduces gum disease.
- Helps with tooth sensitivity
- This spray comes in 3 flavors – Mint, Cranberry, and Green Tea.
How Can T-Spray Oral Care Spray Really Do What it Claims?
I chose the Green Tea flavor and wanted to look up the ingredients to see what they do and this is what I found out:
- Xylitol and Erythritol are often found in chewing gum and mints as an artificial sweeteners.
- Sodium Levulinate and Sodium Anisate are antimicrobial preservatives.
- Polysorbate 80 is an emulsifier.
- Tannic Acid treats lots of conditions including spongy and receding gums – now we’re getting somewhere.
- Sodium carbonate – typically baking soda which is widely used in toothpastes and other oral care products.
- Calcium lactate – calcium which is necessary for strong bones and teeth.
- Camelia Senesis – there’s the green tea!
My Honest Review of T-Spray Oral Care
- I chose the green tea flavor. Why? I don’t really know. I don’t even drink tea but I like green tea ice cream so I thought this would be something unique and different. And it is! It has a sweet green tea ice cream kind of flavor as I had hoped, but it has a little bit of a bitter aftertaste. However, I do like it. And if you like green tea, then you will like this flavor.
- I didn’t exactly understand how to use the product. The instructions say to spray on the front and the back of your teeth and then run your tongue along your teeth to spread the film. I got the spraying on the front of your teeth down. But I don’t really know how to get the back top teeth. I think I just have really crappy aim, because I ended up with the spray on the roof of my mouth and not on my teeth. However to get it to go onto the front of the teeth without it getting everywhere, you need to hold the bottle super close to your gums and spray very lightly.
- The instructions also say that it is safe for pregnant women, cancer patients, and those under intense or long term care. So I wonder if this spray can be used in lieu of actually brushing your teeth. And if that is the case, then that is a wonderful thing!
- I have not used this long enough to see any results with my periodontal disease or my tooth sensitivity. And the lifespan of this product is very short – it says to use within 3 weeks of opening for best results. So I’m not sure if 3 weeks is really enough time to reap all of the benefits this product has to offer.
- There are some actual beneficial ingredients in this spray. With long term use, I could see how this could be really helpful for people with dental concerns. Since it is a spray, it can reach parts of your mouth that your toothbrush could miss. But if it came in mouthwash form it would cover even more dental territory.
My Recommendation of T-Spray Oral Care
I have mixed opinions about this spray. I like the flavor and I think it is a truly remarkable product if it can really do all that it claims. I think those who will benefit the most from this item are people who have difficulties brushing their teeth such as those who wear braces, or people who are very ill. I also like that it has 0 calories so it can help curb cravings for sweets.
It is really meant to be used as a supplement to proper brushing and flossing to aid in oral care. And after looking up the ingredients I have more confidence that this is not just an overpriced breath freshener. Since it is a little expensive for me, so I would really want to hear from long time users of the product to see the true effectiveness of the oral care claims before I would purchase. I would preferably like to see actual testimonials by dentists or oral hygienists. If you are looking for a unique tasting breath freshener with the added benefits of oral care, then I think it’s worth a try.
Have you ever tried a product like this for dental hygiene? What flavor would you pick? Mint, Cranberry, or Green Tea? Leave me a comment and let me know!
Disclaimer: I received this product complimentary in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated for writing this post, but it does contains affiliate links which means I may be compensated a small amount if you click through and purchase. Full disclosure policy here.**