Prevention Periodontal Mouth Rinse is providing effective pathogenic bacterial control without altering the normal bacterial balance in the mouth for the Special Needs Patient
Prevention Periodontal Mouth Rinse,
the only non-prescription, second generation oral rinse is providing effective pathogenic bacterial control without altering the normal bacterial balance in the mouth for the Special Needs Patient.
Prevention Periodontal provides excellent plaque and gingivitis control in conjunction with brushing and flossing for the periodontal patient. The rinse is safe for long term use without side effects such as staining and altering taste perception that you experience with most prescription rinses. Its healing ability is providing quick relief for painful oral ulcers and tissue aberration that most oncology patients experience.
Prevention's anti-inflammatory properties are making this rinse the rinse of choice for oncology and long-term non-ambulatory patients. The antimicrobial action is helping to control secondary infections in these patients and help provide protection for the oral tissues.
This safe and effective rinse is helping to provide relief for oral discomfort, tissue breakdown and bacterial imbalance for medically compromised individuals with long health care needs. Prevention Mouth Rinse is being utilized to help control secondary yeast infections for individuals receiving high dose or long term antibiotic therapy.
In selecting a rinse for the special needs individual, Prevention helps provide the assistance that is needed to maintain good oral health. The health profession is finding Prevention Mouth Rinse to be clinically effective in controlling the oral pathogenic bacteria for systemic diseases. By controlling the oral pathogenic bacteria for cardiac, pulmonary, and diabetic patients, it enhances the recovery of systemic compromised patients.
Good general health starts with good oral health. Prevention works today for your tomorrow.
Prevention Mouth Rinse, 5110 Highway 34 N, P. O. Box 8, Raleigh, IL 62977. Tel: 800-473-1205; Fax: 618-252-2846.