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Using the 3M Fast Release Varnish in your practice

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The varnish is designed for patients who may require a shorter treatment time.

3M™ launched a new fast-releasing fluoride varnish in new flavors and a unit dose tray to give clinicians another option for their patients’ needs. 3M’s new varnish is designed to complement 3M™ Vanish™ 5% Sodium Fluoride White Varnish, which has reportedly been the No. 1 fluoride varnish on the market for 10 years.

Fast-acting: The 3M Fast Release Varnish is engineered to release most of its fluoride in the first two hours, allowing dental professionals to deliver quick protection to patients who may not always follow their patient care instructions.

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Unique: With 22,600 ppm sodium fluoride, a virtually invisible smooth coating and popular, fun flavors, including caramel, strawberry and mint, the 3M Fast Release Varnish is said to be an excellent choice for patients who may require a shorter treatment time.

Effective: The varnish reportedly relieves hypersensitivity and treats exposed dentin and root surface sensitivity. It is designed to be virtually clear and does not change the appearance of ceramic or metal orthodontic brackets.

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