Like most seven-year-olds Alina Morse badly wanted to accept the lollipop a bank teller offered her. But she remembered what her parents had always told her—that candy like lollipops was bad for her teeth.
However, unlike most seven-year-olds Alina didn’t just move on with her day lollipop-less. Instead, she asked her dad why they couldn’t make a lollipop that was actually good for people’s teeth. And in that simple moment the idea for Zollipops® was born.
Zollipops. No, that’s not a typo. That’s the name of the good-for-teeth treat that young Alina helped bring to life. Unlike most candy that’s full of sugar that creates the perfect oral environment for tooth decay Zollipops are entirely sugar free! In fact, they’re full of all natural, teeth-friendly ingredients like Xylitol, Erythritol and Stevia. These ingredients ensure that Zollipops taste great with none of the negative effects on oral health.
So how do Zollipops work? They reduce the acidity of the mouth, which decreases the chance of tooth decay forming and spreading. This ingenious pop is perfect for patients young and old who can’t resist a sweet treat a little too often or who struggle with teeth prone to decay. They’re a great give away at the end of an appointment—your patients will love the sweet taste and you’ll love that they’ll help keep their teeth healthy.
The Zollipops company is also dedicated to helping reduce childhood tooth decay. They are doing this through an initiative called One Million Smiles, which helps teach kids about oral health and the importance of taking care of their bodies. To ensure the goals of One Million Smiles are met they donate 10% of their profits to the cause.
If you’re looking for new ways to surprise patients after an appointment or simply are interested in giving patients more opportunities to help take care of their own oral health head on over to the Zollipops site to learn more.