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CHX but without stains?

Chlorhexidine digluconate (CHX) has been the go-to antiseptic in oral health for decades. It is considered the gold standard in antiseptic mouthrinses, but its use

Less CHX—greater effect

Chlorhexidine digluconate (CHX) is considered the gold standard among oral antiseptics, but its use comes with a number of side effects.

Rinsing against COVID-19

In a study that is the first of its kind, researchers from Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University in Lyon in France have shown that Curaprox’s ‘Perio plus’ regenerate mouthwash reduces the risk of transmitting the COVID-19 virus. The mouthwash reduces the viral load in the mouth by 71% after a single rinse, aiding the immune system in controlling the start of infection.

Enhancing antimicrobials with CITROX®

Oral diseases manifest quickly, as a result of the mouth being continuously exposed to bacteria. In order to reduce a patient’s risk of developing future

Improving the management of oral diseases

Mouthrinses containing antimicrobial substances such as chlorhexidine are among the many oral healthcare products that can help manage the effects of oral diseases. Although chlorhexidine

Naturally controlling oral microflora

Patients have become increasingly aware of the adverse effects associated with artificial substances. As a result, interest has grown considerably regarding the use of natural