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terça-feira, 23 de agosto de 2011

Trihydral / A total revolution in dentistry

Formulated as toothpaste and mouth wash where the main active ingredient is Chloramine-T, a potent and safe anti-septic, which combined with other compounds gives this product an extraordinary action that aims to assist health professionals in dealing with various oral and dental diseases. Cavities, gingivitis and periodontitis are clinical manifestations of an acquired bacterial infection and their therapy should be based on limiting the determinant of the plaque. This is an ethical product aimed to improve health and the well being of patients; it is the result of years of research, development and clinical observations.

Trihydral ensures a free and healthy smile.

It prevents and controls bleeding and gingival inflammation and tooth sensitivity.

Regular use of Trihydral as a chemical control together with the mechanical control in daily tooth brushing, replacing common mouth washes or toothpastes, allows the rebalancing of the oral microbiota and its harmony with the host, promoting oral health.

Bleeding and inflammation
Efficacy on vasomotor phenomena in mucosal inflammation, promoting rapid decompression and regression in 24 to 72 hours, facilitating surgical procedures also.

Great and rapid effect of desensitizing hypersensitiveness.

Efficient on the prevention and treatment.

Combating bacteria and breaks down the organic matter coating, promoting full and permanent oral deodorization.

Admirable and surprising therapeutic results, especially in deep pockets and tooth mobility.

Bacterial plaque
Effective action to control the virulence of supragingival, interdental and subgingival plaque.

Controls the growth of positive and negative bacteria, fungi and viruses, mycobacterium and yeast, in vegetative form (spores) or not, without disturbing the balance of oral microbiota.

Bacteriostatic to cavities and bactericidal to decay its agents.

Stomatitis and mouth ulcers
Regenerates tissue and repairs damage, promoting its rapid epithelialization and healing.

Promotes daily oral cleansing and control of acute and chronic diseases as it acts as a preventive, curative and prevents reoccurrences of oral conditions, without interfering with the balance of the oral microbiota, reducing the harmful effects of potentially pathogenic bacteria through its quantitative control .


10 reasons for you to use Trihydral with Chloramine-T instead of a conventional toothpaste containing chlorhexidine.

Effective against all pathogens.
It does not produce stains on teeth, mucous membranes, tongue, restorations and prostheses.
It does not cause taste disorders.
Decreases the formation of gallstones. Increases supragingival calculus formation.
Does not irritate the mucosa.
Has admirable and surprising therapeutic results over all oral pathologies.
Great and fast desensitizing effect.
Allows continuous use, with no significant side effects or changes in the oral flora.
Can be combined with other compounds to implement its action.
Great penetrability, acts deeply, even acting on the subgingival plaque and in periodontal pockets.

It is not sporicidal, virucidal, and not active with mycobacterium.
Produces brown spots on teeth, mucosa, the tongue, restorations and prostheses.
Affects the palate, decreasing the sensation of salty.
Cause scaling or swellings of the mucous membranes.
Limited in oral therapy, including gingivitis.
Has no action on tooth sensitivity.
Continuous use has side effects.
Hard to be associated with other compounds to implement its action.Low penetrability, its effect on plaque occurs at supragingival.

Trihydral is clinically tested and approved by USP - UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO, University of Dentistry of Ribeirão Preto. Doctor and professors: Camila TIRAPELLI, José Paulo Ribas, Hector PANZERI, Elza Helena Guimarães Lara and dentists Flavio LANDI Hamilton LANDI, conducted the research - "The efficacy on oral health of an experimental dentifrice containing CloraminaT" - presented at the International Congress in Brisbane, Australia on July 1, 2006 sponsored by the International Association for Dental Research and American Association for Dental Research.

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