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PCXX BUBBLEGUM APF F | PCXX BUBBLEGUM APF F [Ross Healthcare Inc.] | BioPortfolio

13:19 EST 27th January 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Shake well before use. This is a one minute or four minute fluoride gel for in-office patient use. It is normally used as a preventative caries treatment two times a year.

1. After thorough prophylaxsis, fill two single or one dual tray, one third full with gel. Air dry teeth and insert trays into the mouth.

2. Instruct patient to bite down lightly but firmly for one minute (80% effectiveness) or four minutes (100% effectiveness).

3. Remove trays. Instruct patient to expectorate any excess gel and not to eat or drink for at least 30 minute

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