FLUOROGEL PROTECT



Line:

Dental

Therapeutic Action:

Gel for the prevention of tooth decay.

Ingredients:

Sodium Fluoride 1450 ppm + Xylitol 10 %

Dosage form:

FLUOROGEL PROTECT Gel, 60 gr.
Flavor: Mint.

FLUOROGEL PROTECT is a dental gel with maximum anticaries protection due to its high content of sodium fluoride – 1450 parts per million.

  • It is the one with the highest concentration of fluoride of the daily use gels of the Fluorogel line.
  • It can be used by both adults and children as indicated by the dentist.
  • Its daily use strengthens the tooth enamel achieving healthier and stronger teeth. At the same time, it inhibits plaque bacteria thus preventing the formation of cavities.
  • It has a neutral pH, so it does not irritate the oral mucosa.
  • Because it is a gel, it is of low abrasiveness and does not damage the tooth surface or the gums.
  • Product exclusively for sale in pharmacies.

Instructions for use

Apply FLUOROGEL PROTECT on the toothbrush, a third of it, and brush 4 times a day or according to the recommendation of the dentist. Rinse after every brushing.

OTC.
We recommend consulting your dentist every 6 months. 

 

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