New toothpaste contains chlorine dioxide to clean between teeth

March 21, 2012

Issue 1

Chlorine dioxide disinfectant, ClO2, well known as a biofilm remover in commerce and industry, is now available in DIOXIBRITE™ Toothpaste. This ingredient, combined in an oral product, removes stubborn films on teeth and gums harboring bacteria and odorous compounds. Additionally, chlorine dioxide, as a small non ionic molecule and a gas, easily penetrates between the teeth.

Chlorine dioxide disinfectant, ClO2, well known as a biofilm remover in commerce and industry, is now available in DIOXIBRITE™ Toothpaste. This ingredient, combined in an oral product, removes stubborn films on teeth and gums harboring bacteria and odorous compounds. Additionally, chlorine dioxide, as a small non ionic molecule and a gas, easily penetrates between the teeth.

After years of testing, the new DIOXIBRITE Toothpaste claims a complete oral health package:  oxidation of odors, deactivation of gram negative bacteria, non abrasive, non drying action --- combined with pleasant mint flavor. The Toothpaste, in vitro (in the lab), is effective against viruses, spores, and yeast, as well as bacteria. It neutralizes non sulfur odors such as tobacco, and sulfur bearing molecules like hydrogen sulfide. Unlike many other disinfectants, chlorine dioxide does not inhibit wound healing.
 
DIOXIBRITE Toothpaste used daily is a potent tool in combating periodontal disease.
Look for Frontier’s DioxiCare Symbol  which assures active chlorine dioxide.       

Frontier Pharmaceutical, Inc. is located at 10 Ponderosa Drive, Melville, N.Y., 11747. For more information call 631-367-3400 or visit www.frontierpharm.com