Enfresh™ Advanced Breath Treatment System™

March 1, 1999
The Enfresh™ Advanced Breath Treatment System™ combines a CL02 (chlorine dioxide)-based LiquiGel Tongue Cleanser and Mouthrinse formulation with a revolutionary tongue brush. It eliminates bad-breath-causing bacteria from its primary source: the tongue and oral cavity.

The Enfresh™ Advanced Breath Treatment System™ combines a CL02 (chlorine dioxide)-based LiquiGel Tongue Cleanser and Mouthrinse formulation with a revolutionary tongue brush. It eliminates bad-breath-causing bacteria from its primary source: the tongue and oral cavity.

The uniquely designed, FDA-cleared tongue brush has an ultra-low profile to comfortably and effectively reach the far back of the tongue, where the majority of bad breath emanates. Used with the LiquiGel cleanser and mouthrinse, the system mechanically and chemically removes and eliminates bacteria and volatile sulfur compounds for long-lasting relief of bad breath. The system is simple, easy to use, and is sold in a handy patient kit.

For additional information, contact Enfresh Products at (877) ENFRESH (363-7374) or check out the company`s Web site at www.enfresh.com.

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