Some Lactobacillus species have been associated with cases of dental caries (cavities). Lactic acid can corrode teeth, and the Lactobacillus count in saliva has been used as a "caries test" for many years. Lactobacilli characteristically cause existing carious lesions to progress, especially those in coronal caries. The issue is, however, complex, as recent studies show probiotics can allow beneficial lactobacilli to populate sites on teeth, preventing streptococcal pathogens from taking hold and inducing dental decay . The scientific research of lactobacilli in relation to oral health is a new field and only a few studies and results have been published.   Some studies have provided evidence of certain Lactobacilli which can be a probiotic for oral health.  Some species, but not all, show evidence in defense to dental caries.  Due to these studies, there have been applications of incorporating such probiotics in chewing gum and lozenges.  There is also evidence of certain Lactobacilli that are beneficial in the defense of periodontal disease such as gingivitis and periodontitis. 
Hi, my son was diagnosed with autism at 16 months. I just wanted to say I’ve had results with GCFCSF diet, the omega6 oil, magcal, b12 shots and eating mostly whole foods, nystatin for yeast, and low phenol diet. His eye contact is pretty good after pretty much avoiding eye contact especially with me, his mom and his dad. His eczema dissapeared after only 2 wks on the diet. He is 2 yrs old, he has been able to sing entire songs and say many single words with meaning but not consistent yet. He finally showed me a toy the other day. Woohoo!! After 3 weeks on the antifungal, nystatin, after the die off he became very affectionate and this has continued for months after which is incredible. If he’s off the b12, he starts being more awkward in his movements and his eye contact decreases so it’s very important for him. I try to do the low phenol but it’s hard for us but I’m going to try to embark on it again because I think he seems more sober on it. Nine months into the diet his poop is looking better. I have another appointment with his doctor, Dr. Kenneth Bock, on April 5th so I am looking forward to much more. He is also much more responsive to his name, stimulation and we are increasingly having more real family moments in which he is engaged or participating in some fashion.
So in response to the writer, yes, many improvements!!! Although he is not recovered I can see this stuff definitely works and I thank God for it so please do try it, its worth it.
Also,when we started he was 16 months and didn’t walk and he started walking almost immediately and stopped pressing his stomach against the couch shortly after.
A 2-year study was performed in rats at dose levels of 6, 9, and 18-24 (escalated after 1 year) mg/kg/day. These treatment levels represented plasma drug levels of approximately 9, 13, and 26-35 times the mean human plasma drug concentration after a 40 mg oral dose. A low incidence of forestomach squamous papillomas and 1 carcinoma of the forestomach at the 24 mg/kg/day dose level was considered to reflect the prolonged hyperplasia induced by direct contact exposure to fluvastatin sodium rather than to a systemic effect of the drug. In addition, an increased incidence of thyroid follicular cell adenomas and carcinomas was recorded for males treated with 18-24 mg/kg/day. The increased incidence of thyroid follicular cell neoplasm in male rats with fluvastatin sodium appears to be consistent with findings from other HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors. In contrast to other HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, no hepatic adenomas or carcinomas were observed.