Solution combats dental water-line contamination

March 1, 1997
In response to recent concern over the possible biofilm contamination of dental water lines, a suitable and effective new solution has been developed by Rembrandt Pure™ Company, LLC, a manufacturer of environmental-control products. Rembrandt Mouth Rinse has demonstrated, through microbiological testing, it can inhibit the growth of health-threatening bacteria in dental water lines. When the mouth rinse is used in conjunction with purified water and a bleach flush, the protocol is proven t

In response to recent concern over the possible biofilm contamination of dental water lines, a suitable and effective new solution has been developed by Rembrandt Pure™ Company, LLC, a manufacturer of environmental-control products. Rembrandt Mouth Rinse has demonstrated, through microbiological testing, it can inhibit the growth of health-threatening bacteria in dental water lines. When the mouth rinse is used in conjunction with purified water and a bleach flush, the protocol is proven to control biofilm. For details, call (888) 922-1497.

REMBRANDT PURE™ COMPANY, LLC

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