CavityShield™ Unit-Dose 5% Sodium Fluoride Varnish

Nov. 1, 2000
New CavityShield™ Varnish is the only unit-dosed 5% sodium-fluoride varnish available to the profession. It provides the proven performance of fluoride varnishes. Premeasured dosages assure consistent fluoride levels with each application. CavityShield™ is available in two dosage strengths (.25 ml and .40 ml) for patient safety. Color-coded applicator brushes are included to help dental professionals quickly identify dosage strengths. Accessible "mixing wells" allow mixing of fluoride

New CavityShield™ Varnish is the only unit-dosed 5% sodium-fluoride varnish available to the profession. It provides the proven performance of fluoride varnishes. Premeasured dosages assure consistent fluoride levels with each application. CavityShield™ is available in two dosage strengths (.25 ml and .40 ml) for patient safety. Color-coded applicator brushes are included to help dental professionals quickly identify dosage strengths. Accessible "mixing wells" allow mixing of fluoride varnish prior to application.

To place an order or for more information, contact your Omnii preventive-care specialist at (800) 445-3386.

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