Evora. My Smile. My Health. My Way.



EvoraPro is a professional-strength probiotic for oral care. Taken once daily, EvoraPro supports gum and tooth health, naturally freshens breath, and gently whitens teeth. EvoraPro’s patented, highly concentrated blend of probiotics, ProBiora3, helps replenish beneficial bacteria1 after a professional cleaning and helps maintain a balance of bacteria2 necessary for oral health. EvoraPro is only available through your dental professional for in-office purchase, or online with a unique office priority code.

If you do not have a priority code, ask your dental office. If they aren’t already an EvoraPro office, they can easily sign up. Or use the EvoraPro Dental Professional finder to locate an Evora dental office near you.

Dental Professionals,
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*discounts expire November 1, 2017

Purchase EvoraPro

If you have your dentist’s unique office code, you can purchase your supply of EvoraPro by entering it below:

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Want Your Dental Office to Use EvoraPro? We’ll Reward You if They Start.

If your dental office does not currently recommend EvoraPro, but you’d like them to learn more about dental probiotics, we can help.

  1. Ask them about EvoraPro directly. If your dentist or hygienist contacts us using your name, we’ll send you a coupon to use with your first EvoraPro purchase.
  2. Tell us about them. Fill in the form to the right, and we’ll send them information about EvoraPro and your dental health. If they respond, we’ll send you a coupon to use with your first EvoraPro purchase.

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1: Hillman JD, Socransky SS. In: New Biotechnology in Oral Research. 1989:1-17
2: Zahradnik RT, et al. J Appl Microbiol. 2009;107(2):682-690