5Ws* Oxyfresh Preprocedural Mouthwash

Dental Products Report, Dental Products Report June 2021, Volume 55, Issue 6

Incorporating this preprocedural rinse reduces the level of contaminants and is a proactive process clinicians can add to their practice.

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What: Oxyfresh Fresh Breath Lemon Mint Mouthwash

Who: Oxyfresh

800-333-7374

oxyfresh.com

Where: All dental practices can use this preprocedural rinse on a regular basis to reduce aerosol contamination.

When: Oxyfresh Fresh Breath Lemon Mint Mouthwash can be used as both a pre- and posttreatment rinse for all patients. It also can be used for irrigation in pericoronitis; in tanks of chairside ultrasonic scaling devices; and for subgingival irrigation following scaling, root planing, and/or laser treatment. Featuring a fast-acting, patented formula of Oxygene®—a proprietary chlorine dioxide ingredient— and zinc the mouthwash doesn’t just mask bad breath, it safely neutralizes it at the source in just 60 seconds.

Why: The mouthwash tastes refreshing and does not cause the common adverse effects found with chlorhexidine. It contains a gentle, non–tooth/tongue staining formula that is clinically proven to also reduce tartar. The soothing formula causes no mouth irritation or discomfort.

The How: The patented formula of Oxygene® and zinc works by effectively neutralizing volatile sulfur compounds via an oxidation process and is safe for all ages. The mouthwash also protects and supports delicate cosmetic dental work. It is pH balanced, a key component to healthy teeth and gums, and the alcohol-free formula protects smiles without burning or dehydrating delicate tissues. With no harsh chemicals, additives, artificial sweeteners, alcohol, or masking agents, the ingredients are designed to safely and effectively improve dental health. It is clinically proven to reduce aerosols: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1213/6668/files/Oxyfresh-Aerosol-Study.pdf?452

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