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Spry Xylitol Chewing Gum – better oral health

Spry Xylitol Chewing Gum is currently the only gum in South Africa that provides enough xylitol to control and combat tooth decay. To reduce the levels of the bacteria that cause dental caries, it’s very important for xylitol to be the first and preferably the only sweetener in a chewing gum. 

Spry xylitol chewing gum-CINNAMON    Spry xylitol chewing gum-FRUIT    Spry xylitol chewing gum-GREEN-TEA    Spry xylitol chewing gum-PEPPERMINT    Spry xylitol chewing gum-SPEARMINT

Spry Xylitol Chewing Gum – Five delicious flavours!


Spry Xylitol chewing gum - mixed

Spry Xylitol Chewing Gum is the  great-tasting gum of choice for fresh breath and healthier teeth and gums! This soothing sugar-free chewing gum is sweetened only with the purest pharmaceutical grade xylitol.   

Studies have shown that regular use of gums sweetened only by xylitol can significantly reduce cavities! The optimal daily xylitol dose is 6 to 8 grams, and 2 pellets of SPRY gum gives you just under 1.5  tasty grams. For the same dosage using Trident Gum, you’d need to chew 27 pieces!


Tips for use:

  • Use daily after meals. Spry Dental Mints are equally effective, and can be used as an alternative where chewing is inappropriate or not allowed
  • For best results, use concurrently with the other Xylitol-rich products in the SPRY Dental Defense System
  • Give your children Spry gum instead of sugar or artificially sweetened chewing gum. No need to tell them it is good for their teeth!

New 100 count jars now available directly from us:

Spry Xylitol chewing gum 100ct cinnamon

Spry Xylitol chewing gum 100ct peppermint

Spry Xylitol chewing gum 100ct spearmint

For more information on xylitol in general, please click here to go to the website.

Here you can learn more about this all-natural sweetener on a page that is not brand specific. The aim of is to promote the dental, medical and nutritional facts about xylitol, based purely on scientific studies.


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