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Reduction of viable bacteria in dental aerosols by preprocedural rinsing with an antiseptic mouthrinse.
They all are fans of the Supersmile Travel Pack, the kit that contains every possible Transportation Security Administration-approved dental necessity (minus novocaine and a drill), including powdered mouthrinse, toothpaste, and whitening gum, as well as a key must-have item--well, for celebrities, at least--the Quikee.
The pack, worth pounds 50, includes three tubes of Colgate Total Advanced Clean toothpaste, three Colgate 360 toothbrushes and three bottles of Colgate Plax mouthrinse.
Secondly, because the Ca-release rate can be controlled and adjusted by choosing the type, particle size range, and amount of the dissolving Ca salt, a large range of release rates is available, which is needed to counteract the effects of mouthrinse ingredients on [CaF.
Adjunctive benefit of essential-oil containing mouthrinse in reducing plaque and gingivitis in patients who brush and floss regularly: a six-month study.
The mouthrinse comes with its own unique anti-bacterial tongue scraper to help combat nasty oral niffs.
Are patients provided with an antimicrobial mouthrinse to reduce bacterial counts in the oral cavity and in aerosols created during dental procedures?
The Natural Dentist's Mouthrinse kills more bacteria than Listerine, according to the New York University College of Dentistry.
For those times when you can't brush your teeth, Supersmile's new In-between Mouthrinse is ideal.
Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Zila has four divisions: Zila Pharmaceuticals, marketer of Zilactin(R) oral healthcare products, Peridex(R) prescription mouthrinse, ViziLite(TM) oral examination kits, and OraTest(R) oral cancer detection products; Inter-Cal Nutraceuticals, manufacturer of patented Ester-C(R) branded products and Palmettx(TM) saw palmetto extract -- value-added ingredients for the global nutrition industry; Zila Technical Operations, manufacturer of pharmaceutical-grade Zila(R) Tolonium Chloride, and ViziLite(TM) Test Kits; and Innovative Swab Technologies, manufacturer of dry-handled pre-moistened swab products.
Several practical strategies for preventing cavities in high-risk people include: conducting a caries risk assessment of an infant's parents with active decay; use of an anti-bacterial agent, such as chlorhexidine, or fluoride varnish; checking for an adequate amount of saliva; enhancing the saliva remineralization process with a fluoride mouthrinse twice a day; reducing the number of cavity-causing bacteria by brushing and flossing twice a day; and protecting the chewing surfaces of permanent molars with sealants.
Finally Anti-Stain Whitening Mouthrinse with free tongue-scraper (disgusting but useful) will remove bacterial build up on the tongue as well as keeping teeth healthy and breath fresh.