DenMat launches Zen CP+ desensitizing gel

Using patent-pending microsphere technology, Zen CP+ delivers nano-sized minerals to the tooth surface.

DenMat Holdings, LLC has announced the launch of Zen CP+, a desensitizing gel that is designed to ease tooth sensitivity. Using patent-pending microsphere technology,  Zen CP+ delivers nano-sized minerals to the tooth surface, which then penetrates the dental tubules.

“This innovative new product helps dental professionals treat tooth sensitivity by using what is already present in the tooth – calcium phosphate,” said DenMat CEO David Casper. “Our team recognized a need for a new product in this space, one that treats patients in a safer, more effective manner. University research data shows ZEN CP+ to be a superior alternative to other desensitizing products in its ability to occlude dentinal tubules.”

Zen CP+’s CAPOSAL® microsphere technology consists of small calcium phosphate particles that are deposited in the dentin tubules and release calcium and phosphate ions for rapid mineralization. Formed deep in the tubules, these minerals are reportedly unaffected by wear and acid. Its formula is described as low-abrasion and is said to not cause harm to the enamel surface.

Additionally, this desensitizing gel is safe for patients with lactose-based allergies as it does not contain milk-derived proteins. Zen CP+ is available in 45g tubes. It’s designed for daily use and is simply brushed onto the teeth as part of patients’ daily oral care.

Zen CP+ is available for dental professionals via dealers and will be available to consumers through their dentist offices in the US and Canada. For more information, visit