First-ever antioxidant toothpaste

Dec. 1, 1998
Brushing your teeth will never be the same again. Q-DENT - The Antioxidant Toothpaste, is a patented product that contains Coenzyme Q10, one of the most effective fighters of tissue-damaging, free radicals. It acts as a powerful antioxidant to reduce free radicals, renegade molecules circulating throughout the body, which contribute to the process of aging. Brushing with Q-DENT energizes gum tissue and acts as an antioxidant to suppress free radicals.

Brushing your teeth will never be the same again. Q-DENT - The Antioxidant Toothpaste, is a patented product that contains Coenzyme Q10, one of the most effective fighters of tissue-damaging, free radicals. It acts as a powerful antioxidant to reduce free radicals, renegade molecules circulating throughout the body, which contribute to the process of aging. Brushing with Q-DENT energizes gum tissue and acts as an antioxidant to suppress free radicals.

Q-DENT, available in both mint paste and gel, is available at major retailers in the Western U.S., with a full national rollout planned for early 1999.

For additional information, contact Q-pharma, Inc. at (425) 778-5404.

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