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Celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month With XyloSweet

This past Valentine’s Day I  baked Chocolate Chip Cookies with my little one. This time I used XyloSweet®, a xylitol-based sweetener, is the sweetest of all bulk sugar substitutes. I felt comfortable subsiting sugar for XyloSweet®  because it may reduce the risk of tooth decay! I was sent a sample of XyloSweet® in honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month. The Dental Specialty Center of Marlton recommends it for adults too. Get more tips from Charles Croasdill, DMD. Below is a recipe that I followed using XyloSweet! Replacing sugar is recommended by Beverly Hills Oral Surgery staff members and I totally recommend you try it too. Only your dentist will notice that sugar was replaced!

There are many companies, including the American Dental Association that can help you research an area to open your practice. They will provide data that tells you how many dental offices are in an area and what their specialty is. Although the “cluster effect” in retail works well, a method where you may find many retailers grouped together with the mentality “If they don’t have it next door; we will”, does not work so well in dentistry. Find a city where your services are needed or where your practice can stand out and succeed. Many dentists open their practices in a community they live in or grew up in. Just make sure if you do that, the area is not blanketing with too many dental offices. You can also do surveys in the area to determine the community’s kids dental needs.  It is easy to get carried away. You have in your mind what your dream office will be. You can always expand as you grow. The dental attorneys at NC Planning helps you in the Professional Dental Practice Planning .If you fill every operatory and buy every new piece of technology out there, you will be buried in debt. Dental supply companies offer refurbished equipment that is usually less than five years old and looks brand new. A reputable company will also offer warranties with this equipment as they would a brand new unit. If your office has four operatories, do you really need to have them ready to use immediately if you are brand new? Chances are, no. The point is to make sure you have the necessities to house a dental hygienist and yourself while you build your patient base. Towards creation of awareness about a dental practice, a viable strategy may be something like having a publicized practice launch day (ideally, with some services being offered for free on that day, to pull the first clients in). Towards visibility creation, a viable strategy may be something like use of strategically located directional lights, and the possible relocation of a badly hidden dental practice to a ‘high traffic area.’ The idea is to have more and more people see the clinic everyday, so that when they eventually have need for the services offered there, it will be the first clinic that comes to their minds. It is a simple strategy, but it works wonders. Towards the development of the dental practice brand, strategies such as personalized and kind practice can lead to the association of the said dental practice with good experiences, a perception which, if properly built, is likely to spread virally by word of mouth.


  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 3/4 cup xylitol
  • 2 TBSP unsweetened applesauce
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup plus 2 TBSP spelt flour or whole wheat pastry flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 4 ounces maltitol sweetened dark chocolate bars, chopped

Combine: In large bowl, cream butter with xylitol until fluffy. Gradually add applesauce during creaming process. Beat in egg and vanilla extract. In another bowl, combine flour, baking soda and salt. Gradually stir flour mixture into batter, and fold in chocolate. Drop 1/2 TBSP of dough for each cookie onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until light golden brown. Cookies are soft when taken from the oven, but become firm when stored overnight.

Yield: 3 1/2 dozen cookies.

Per cookie: Calories: 41.8 Carbs: 6.7g Fiber: 0.5g Fat: 2.2g Sodium; 33.5g Net Carbs: 1.8g

Xylo Sweet  Facts:

  • Zero carbohydrates.
  • Just as sweet and tasteful as table sugar with 1/3 fewer calories (~ 2.4 calories/gram
    versus sugar’s 4.0)
  • Glycemic index: 7
  • Made of a naturally-occurring substance found in fruits and vegetables like plums,
    strawberries, and corn.
XyloSweet®, chocolate chip cookies

XyloSweet®, chocolate chip cookies

Did you know XyloSweet® Xylitol sweeteners are:

  • Approved by both the World Health Organization and the FDA as safe in unlimited
    quantities as a food additive.
  • Have chemical structure different than that of table sugar (sucrose).
    You can purchase XyloSweet® right on  Amazon!
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