Oral Care: Mouth Wash and Toothpaste

The problems:

Toothpastes use abrasives to try to penetrate the biofilm and help scrub away the bacteria, but toothpastes have no agent that kills bacteria safely.

Biofilm (dental plaque) is a complex structure adhering to the teeth surfaces that consist of colonies of bacteria and other organisms sush as yeast, fungi, and protzoa that secrete a mucilaginous protective coating in which they are encased.

Biofilm is typically resistant to conventional methods of disinfection.

The solution:

NanoNOx penetrates the biofilm to kill cary-causing bacteria.

On  average, 90% of bacteria is killed.

NanoNox fights gum disease.

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Tooth Paste is just the start

Additional applications for NanoNox dental therapies:

Oral thrush/candidiasis

The problems:

Toothpastes use abrasives to try to penetrate the biofilm and help scrub away the bacteria, but toothpastes have no agent that kills bacteria safely.

Biofilm (dental plaque) is a complex structure adhering to the teeth surfaces that consist of colonies of bacteria and other organisms sush as yeast, fungi, and protzoa that secrete a mucilaginous protective coating in which they are encased.

Biofilm is typically resistant to conventional methods of disinfection.

The solution:

NanoNOx penetrates the biofilm to kill cary-causing bacteria.

On  average, 90% of bacteria is killed.

NanoNox fights gum disease.

diente.png

Tooth Paste is just the start

Additional applications for NanoNox dental therapies:

Oral thrush/candidiasis

Inflammation and oral wounds in soft tissue.

Recovery from surgery (gums and jaw bones)

Dental implants that become infected

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