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Freshclor – An ideal pre and post procedural rinse

Dispersal of microorganisms in your practice may be a threat to your patients and you. Using Freshclor as a pre-procedure rinse will help you minimise that threat. According to the CDC "studies have demonstrated that a pre-procedural rinse with an antimicrobial product can reduce the level of oral microorganisms in aerosols and spatter generated during routine dental procedures."

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Pre-procedural Rinsing

Patients who use Freshclor at home before a scheduled procedure will arrive in your practice with less bleeding, swelling and inflammation. This should make the procedure move more quickly, saving time and resources for both the dental professional and the patient.

Post-surgical Rinsing

Freshclor enhances soft tissue healing after periodontal surgery or any other surgeries of the mouth without interfering with fibroblastic activity which aids wound healing


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Better Compliance

Freshclor is free from alcohol, does not stain the teeth, does not promote tartar build-up, and does not affect or alter taste buds.

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Improved Image and Positioning for your Practice

Supports the image as up-to-date practice on all the best and latest products and as having solutions to all of a patient's needs and problems.


Research Studies

Crystal Clear Choice

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Indian Journal of Applied Research

Comparative study of a stabilized 0.1% chlorine dioxide with 0.2% chlorhexidine mouth rinse in inhibiting the formation of volatile sulphur compounds. (VSC) INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH, Volume: 3 | Issue: 12 | Dec 2013 |

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International Journal of Dental and Health Sciences

A compartive evaluation of effect of chlorine dioxide mouthrinse on plaque induced gingivitis and oral malodor : a clinical study. International Journal of Dental and Health Sciences Volume 01,Issue 01

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The Journal of Clinical Dentistry

Evidence for the microbicidal activity of a chlorine dioxide-containing oral rinse formulation In Vivo. Grootveld M, et. al., Journal of Clinical Dentistry, Volume XII, Number 3, 2001, 67-70.

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Compendium 2000

Efficacy of a chlorine dioxide-containing mouthrinse in oral malodor. Frascella J, et. al, Compendium, Volume 21, Number 3, March 2000, 241-256.

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Compendium 1995

Reduction of bleeding on probing with oral-care products. Chapek CW et. al., Compendium, Volume 16, Number 2, February 1995, 188-196.

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Journal of Clinical Periodontology

A multifactorial investigation of the ability of oral health care products to alleviate oral malodor. Silwood CJL, et. al., Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 2001, 28: 634-64.

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Compend Contin Educ Dent

Management of Periodontitis with oral-care products. Chapek CW et. al., Compendium, Volume XV, Number 6, June 1994, 740-746.

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Trials

Effects of a mouthwash with chlorine dioxide on oral malodor and salivary bacteria: a randomized placebo-controlled 7-day trial Shinada et. al., Trials 2010, 11:14

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The Journal of Clinical Dentistry

An In Vitro Comparative Study Determining Bactericidal Activity of Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide and Other Oral Rinses. The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, Vol. XXII, No. 1.

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Periodontal Abstract

Effects of stabilized chlorine dioxide and chlorhexidine mouthrinses in vitro on cells involved in periodontal healing. PERIODONTAL ABSTRACTS, VOLUME 54 NUMBER 3 2006.

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Chlorine Dioxide Mouthwash in reducing oral viral load in patients with COVID-19

Comparison of Effectiveness of Chlorine Dioxide Mouthwash and Chlorhexidine Gluconate Mouthwash in Reduction of Oral Viral Load in Patients with COVID-19.

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