Oral Care Designed for Orthodontic Patients
Maintaining good oral hygiene is especially important during orthodontic treatment. As you know, Orthodontic brackets and wires can trap food and plaque, putting your patients at higher risk for tooth decay and potential gum problems. Many Colgate products are specially designed to support your patients' preventative care during their orthodontic treatment.
Protect your patients' healthy smile with the help of Colgate.
Daily preventative care against white spots
- Clinically proven to strengthen enamel to help prevent caries1,2
- Reduces the appearance of white spots by 58%3
- Provides greater fluoride uptake and deeper fluoride penetration2
- Use once daily as a caries preventative
Prescription-strength toothpaste for high risk patients
- 5,000 ppm fluoride toothpaste remineralizes early root caries in 3 months4
- Liquid gel formula enables faster fluoride dispersion5
- 1 step fluoride treatment to improve patient compliance
- Use once daily to help repair early root caries or to help prevent caries in high risk patients
Promotes healing of minor mouth irritations
Maximum strength oral pain relief
- Contains 20% Benzocaine to help relieve mouth sore pain that can result from wearing braces
- Helps shield mouth sores from outside irritants
- ADA approved and alcohol-free
Proven to reduce gingivitis
Comfortable and shred resistant floss
- Single strand Teflon fiber with microcrystalline coating, slides easily between tight areas without shredding
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2. Aasenden R, DePaola PF and Brudevold F. Effects of daily rinsing with fluoride solutions upon dental caries and enamel fluoride. Archs Oral Biol 1972;17:1705-1714.
3. R.E. Hirschfield, Control of decalcification by use of fluoride mouthrinse. J Dent Child 1978;45:458-460.
4. Baysan A, et al. Reversal of primary root caries using dentifrice containing 5,000ppm and 1,100ppm fluoride. Caries Res. 2001;35:41-46.
5. Joziak MT, et al. Comparison of enamel fluoride uptake and fluoride release from liquid and paste dentifrice. J Dent Res. 2003; 82(Sp. Issue). Abstract 1355.
6. Singh SM, et al. J Clin Dent. 2001; 12(3):83-86.
7. Sharma NC, et al. J Clin Dent 1994; 5(4):114-118.
8. Singh SM, et al. J Clin Dent. 1993;4(D):D13-D16.
9. Sharma NC, et al. J Clin Dent 1992;3(C): C13-C20