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Introducing Varnish Penby Young: The NEW Way to Apply Fluoride Varnish

09:36 EDT 1 Aug 2017 | PR Newswire

EARTH CITY, Mo., Aug. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Young Dental is pleased to introduce a revolutionary new fluoride varnish product. Varnish Pen by Young is an innovative all-in-one varnish delivery system that offers a quick, simple and mess-free approach to varnish applications. A quick twist and easy press sends varnish right from the applicator system to the teeth, eliminating the need to double-dip, open difficult packaging and keep track of small applicator brushes. The Varnish Pen offers the clinician a very convenient method of applying fluoride varnish with improved patient acceptance. 

Varnish Pen contains a single-dose 5% sodium fluoride varnish made with xylitol that provides sensitivity relief for patients of all ages. The thin, translucent no-mix formula is easy to handle without stringing or clumping, and is available in Mint and Assorted (Mint, Grape and Bubblegum) flavors. 

The future of fluoride varnish is finally here. For more information or to request a free Varnish Pen sample, visit www.varnishpen.com.

About Young Dental
Young Dental is dedicated to providing the dental community with innovative, high-quality products that reflect the professionalism of the industry. Based in Earth City, Mo., the Company is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of consumable supplies, instruments and other products used by dental professionals primarily in preventive dentistry, restorative procedures and instrument sterilization. 

www.youngdental.com

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