On Demand Webinars and Non-Aerosol Producing Options

On Demand Webinars and Non-Aerosol Producing Options

Over the last few months, Oral Science has developed and shared quality online education for the dental community and we are continuing to develop online educational opportunities. Keep a lookout as they will be coming soon!

We would also like to take a moment to thank you for your attendance and participation, as we couldn't have started this journey without you.

 

WATCH OUR ON DEMAND WEBINARS

We are also pleased to let you know that we will be extending the promotional offers specific to each webinar following completion. This is an amazing way to try some of the highlighted products!

 

DISCOVER OUR NON-AEROSOL PRODUCING OPTIONS

We have found a notable increase in the demand to have specific non-aerosol producing treatment options available to dental professionals. In response to this demand, we would like to present to you two unique products that can assist you with non-aerosol generating procedure driven dentistry. That being, Advantage Arrest & FluoriMax.

Advantage Arrest is a liquid used on cavities to arrest tooth decay and is an atraumatic, non-invasive treatment to reverse and arrest the caries process.

Watch the video below to learn how to apply Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) without creating aerosols.

Video Credit: Dr. Jeanette MacLean

We also invite you to watch the recent video from CDA Oasis on Silver Diamine Fluoride. To watch the video, click here.

Interested in Advantage Arrest? Click here.

The patented technology makes FluoriMax the first varnish to be colophony-free, leading to superior bioavailability of the fluoride ions. ⠀

Health Canada recognizes and classifies FluoriMax in the same category as 5% sodium fluoride varnishes. This is because FluoriMax is extremely effective for your high risk caries patients.⠀

Interested in FluoriMax? Click here.

 

The Oral Science Team

 

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