How often should I repeat the test?

2018-11-06T10:49:50+00:00

Please refer to the Recommended Action in the instruction sheet or Interpreting Your Results in "How To Use" section of this website based on your test results, and consult your dentist. As [...]

How often should I repeat the test?2018-11-06T10:49:50+00:00

What is the best way to record my results?

2018-11-05T15:24:59+00:00

You could download our mobile APP to read and automatically record your results. The APP will also help you track your results over time, and provide resources to help you [...]

What is the best way to record my results?2018-11-05T15:24:59+00:00

When should I visit my dentist?

2018-11-06T10:50:28+00:00

Please refer to the Recommended Action in the instruction sheet or Interpreting Your Results in "How To Use" section of this website based on your test results. As a best [...]

When should I visit my dentist?2018-11-06T10:50:28+00:00

I don’t see any lines. What does it mean?

2018-10-18T16:31:55+00:00

The lines indicating the risk level could be faint. Any line, even if faint, should be interpreted as a line. Should you suspect a problem with the test, please contact [...]

I don’t see any lines. What does it mean?2018-10-18T16:31:55+00:00

I accidentally spilled the test solution. Is it harmful?

2018-10-18T16:35:29+00:00

The test solution is not harmful. Wipe the solution down with disposable paper towels or tissue paper. Avoid having the test solution come into contact with your eyes, skin and [...]

I accidentally spilled the test solution. Is it harmful?2018-10-18T16:35:29+00:00

What do I do with the test unit after reading the results?

2018-11-05T15:19:51+00:00

Record your result on our companion mobile APP so you can track your progress over time. Afterwards, dispose of the test unit by throwing it into the garbage just like any [...]

What do I do with the test unit after reading the results?2018-11-05T15:19:51+00:00

How does the test work?

2018-11-05T15:29:56+00:00

This test measures the amount of S. mutans (Streptococcus mutans) in your mouth. S. mutans play a major role in causing tooth decay. Scientific studies have found that the more S. [...]

How does the test work?2018-11-05T15:29:56+00:00