Stan-Gard home fluoride gel

Feb. 1, 1997
The Pascal Company has a newly designed package for its popular fluoride treatment, Stan-Gard. This effective treatment not only is indicated for children and the prevention of cavities, but it also is a proven desensitizer for adult patients with gingival recession and root caries. This specially-formulated 0.4 percent Stannous Fluoride gel is applied with a toothbrush. The graphics on the tube appeals to children and the convenient tube makes it easy to dispense and store. The gel is available

The Pascal Company has a newly designed package for its popular fluoride treatment, Stan-Gard. This effective treatment not only is indicated for children and the prevention of cavities, but it also is a proven desensitizer for adult patients with gingival recession and root caries. This specially-formulated 0.4 percent Stannous Fluoride gel is applied with a toothbrush. The graphics on the tube appeals to children and the convenient tube makes it easy to dispense and store. The gel is available in cases of 12, 4.3-ounce tubes and four flavors: bubblegum, cherry, mint and raspberry.

THE PASCAL COMPANY

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