Hydrogen Peroxide vs. Chlorine Dioxide Pre-Procedural Rinse
Which one reigns supreme?
As dental offices around the country open up again, having NEW pre-procedural rinse protocols in place is top of mind for staff and patient safety.
Many practices have shelved CHX (chlorhexidine) because, even though it fights bacteria, it isn’t shown to have virucidal action.
That’s why hydrogen peroxide and chlorine dioxide are taking center stage, as they both have oxidizing power to fight viruses. But which one reigns supreme?
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Duration: 30 minutes*
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Join us as Tom Lunneborg, Oxyfresh VP of Product Research & Development talks about:
Key differences between the two rinses
Tissue friend or foe? Delivering a better patient experience
What studies reveal about the oxidation power of chlorine dioxide
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Tom develops cutting edge solutions for the dental care industry. His focus for the last 23 years in the field of oral care has produced a wealth of critical information which has been adopted by dental practices and patients worldwide.
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