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Purified water, carboxymethylcellulose sodium, spearmint oil, sucralose, phosphoric acid,sodium hydroxide.

A once daily topical neutral aqueous solution for the prevention of dental caries.

After brushing with dentifrice, apply a thin ribbon of the formulation to teeth for at least1 minute using a toothbrush.Expectorate and do not eat, drink or rinse for at least 30 minutes.

DO NOT SWALLOW. Keep outof reach of children.If more than used for treatment isswallowed, administer calcium(e.g. milk) and get medical help orcontact a Poison Control Centerright away. For professional use only.

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