Viadent | definition of Viadent by Medical dictionary
brand name for an antiplaque mouthrinse containing sanguinarine, an alkaloid, as the active ingredient. See also sanguinarine
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There are four well-known representatives of this group: Cepacol and Advanced Care Viadent
, each with a concentration of 0.
The association between Viadent
use and oral leukoplakia.
Hauser produced the original sanguinaria extract for Viadent
in 1984, when it was first introduced by Vipont Pharmaceuticals of Fort Collins, Colo.
Angelis was previously vice president of marketing and sales for Colgate-Palmolive Company's Vipont Pharmaceutical subsidiary, where he developed and implemented the marketing and sales strategy for Viadent
oral hygiene products.