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High Strength Sodium Fluoride

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The #1 high strength fluoride rinses recommended by dental professionals

Mechanism of action

Calcium is attracted by the receptor sites, forming calcium fluoride. The fluoride ion then combines with the calcium ion to form calcium fluoride, adding to the hydroxyapatite (97 % of enamel and 70 % of dentin) of the tooth, thus making it more resistant to acid dissolution.

Benefits

• Alcohol free
• Neutral pH
• Reduces by 99.999% S. mutans (caries), S. sobrinus (rampant caries), P. gingivalis (periodontitis), C. albicans (xerostomia) / As chlorexidine according to the European standard NF EN 1040
• Sweetened with 10% xylitol for a great taste

Indications

• Anti-caries
• Helps to remineralize tooth enamel

0.05% divider

Ingredients

Medicinal Ingredient
0.05 % Sodium Fluoride (225 ppm F)

Non-Medicinal Ingredients
Purified water, xylitol (10%), glycerin, poloxamer 407, flavor sodium benzoate, benzoic acid, cetylpyridinium chloride, FD&C Yellow No. 6.

Flavors

Grape

NPN

80036195

Clinical Uses

• High Risk Caries
• Geriatrics
• Good oral hygiene
• Orthodontics
• Pediatrics
• Tooth sensitivity
• Xerostomia

Directions for use

Adults and children 6 years and older
Once a day
1. Rinse with 10 ml for 1 minute. Expectorate.
2. Do not eat, drink or rinse for 30 minutes.

Children under 6 years of age
Consult a dental professional.

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Ingredients

Medicinal Ingredient
0.2 % Sodium Fluoride (905 ppm F)

Non-Medicinal Ingredients
Purified water, xylitol (10%), glycerin, poloxamer 407, flavor sodium benzoate, benzoic acid, cetylpyridinium chloride, FD&C Blue No. 1.

Flavors

Light mint

NPN

80036194

Clinical Uses

• High risk caries
• Geriatrics
• Oncology treatment
• Pediatrics
• Tooth sensitivity
• Xerostomia

Directions for use

Adults and children 6 years and older
REGULAR USE
Once a week
1. Rinse with 10 ml for 1 minute. Expectorate.
2. Do not eat, drink or rinse for 30 minutes.

Children under 6 years of age
Consult a dental professional.

HIGH INTENSITY TREATMENT TO DISRUPT THE BIOFILM
Use once a day until bottle is complete or following the recommendation of a dental professional.2, 3

X-PUR Compared to Chlorhexidine

Problem: A bacteria blamed for rapid tooth decay if S. Sobrinus is present with S. Mutans, your patients are at risk for rampant tooth decay.

Tooth decay is bad enough when it is caused by Streptococcus mutans, a common bacterium that forms tartar. But tooth decay is even worse if S. mutans is joined by a relatively rare bacterium, Streptococcus sobrinus. When S. sobrinus is present, the sugars we eat are converted into acids more quickly, acceleraMng the decalcification of teeth and the formation of cavities.

S. Mutans S. Mutans

Details of this work appeared July 26 2018 in the journal Microbial Resource Announcements, in an article titled, Complete genomic sequences of Streptococcus sobrinus SL14.

Solution: X-PUR Opti-Rinse 0.05% & 0.2% sodium fluoride rinses, same antimicrobial efficacy as chlorhexidine.

Why?
X-PUR Opti-Rinse has the antimicrobial ability to reduce by 99.999% S. mutans and S. sobrinus, accordingly to the European gold standard NF EN 10401 (same as chlorhexidine).

PROTOCOL
Step #1
High Intensity Treatment to Transform the Cariogenic Bacterial Flora Into a Non-Cariogenic One

  • X-PUR Opti-Rinse 0.2%
  • 10 ml everyday for 30 sec. until completion of the bottle (approx. 1 month)

Step #2
Continue the Antimicrobial & Remineralization Process

  • X-PUR Opti-Rinse 0.05%
  • 10 ml everyday for 30 sec. continually
S. Mutans
Opti-Rinse

Problem: Periodontitis
P. Gingivalis: Bacteria implicated in periodontal disease5

DNA Research
DNA Reasearch

Problem: Xerostomia
Candida Ablican: Bacteria present in xerostomia patients6

Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology

Solution:
X-PUR Opti-Rinse 0.05% & 0.2% Sodium Fluoride rinses, same antimicrobial efficacy as chlorhexidine

Why?
X-PUR Opti-Rinse has the antimicrobial ability to reduce by 99.999% S. mutans and S. sobrinus, accordingly to the European gold standard NF EN 10401 (same as chlorhexidine).

PROTOCOL
Step #1
High Intensity Treatment to Transform the Cariogenic Bacterial Flora Into a Non-Cariogenic One

  • X-PUR Opti-Rinse 0.2%
  • 10 ml everyday for 30 sec. until completion of the bottle (approx. 1 month)

Step #2
Continue the Antimicrobial & Remineralization Process

  • X-PUR Opti-Rinse 0.05%
  • 10 ml everyday for 30 sec. continually
S. Mutans
Opti-Rinse

Patient Availability

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Medicinal Ingredient

Xylitol is a 100% natural sweetener derived from vegetable sources. Twenty years of research shows xylitol efficacy treating dry mouth and reducing tooth decay.

Testimonials

I have lousy teeth. This product, along with avoiding added sugars in food, keeps my dental problems to a minimum. For people like me you need to get the .05. Fluoride.

- R. Caron, a patient

I learned about this mouthwash at my dentist after a really bad spate of cavities, crowns, and an extraction. I use it every night last thing and then do not wash out my mouth or eat anything. My dental appointments are having much better results. This is a must-have product for me now.

- Guitarwoman, a patient

Featured Publications

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References

  1. Université Laval, Québec, 2018.
  2. Featherstone, J.D.B. A Randomized Clinical Trial of Anticaries Therapies Targeted according to Risk Assessment (Caries Management by Risk Assessment), Caries Research, 2012;46 :118-119.
  3. Featherstone, J.D. The Role of Remineralizing and Anticaries Agent in Caries Management, Advances in Dental Research, August 16 2012, p. 28-31.
  4. Genetic Engireening & Biotechnology News: www.genengnews.com/gen-news-highlights/bacteria-blamed-for-rapid-tooth-decay-open-wide-genomically/81256079, June 2018.
  5. Naito M, Hirakawa H, Yamashita A, et al. (August 2008). "Determination of the Genome Sequence of Porphyromonas gingivalis Strain ATCC 33277 and Genomic Comparison with Strain W83 Revealed Extensive Genome Rearrangements in P. gingivalis". DNA Res. 15 (4): 215–25.
  6. J Oral Maxillofac Pathol. 2017 May-Aug; 21(2): 316.