Crest Pro-Health Densify

Crest goes beyond the brush to extend the life of teeth

WHY IS MAINTAINING DENTAL DENSITY SO IMPORTANT?

The damages resulting from acid softening last forever.

Damages resulting in acid erosion

Dental erosion involves chemical dissolution of dental hard tissues without bacterial involvement.

When it’s left untreated, acid softens enamel. This makes chemical or mechanical wear like bruxism, abrasion, and attrition cause even more damage.

 

DISCOVER HOW DENSIFY EXTENDS THE LIFE OF TEETH

Protect enamel from caries-causing bacteria

Protects enamel from caries-causing bacteria

Enhances Remineralization

Enhances remineralization

Shields teeth to protect minerals

Shields teeth to protect minerals and protect against the effects of acid erosion


Crest® Pro-Health DensifyTM penetrates deep into the biofilm to protect against the effects of enamel erosion. It remineralizes enamel, hardening teeth and leaving them more resilient to subsequent challenges. 

†Strengthens weekend enamel.
‡Acid erosion effects: acids in everyday foods can soften and thin enamel, leaving teeth less white, weaker, and sensitive.



HEAD-TO-HEAD COMPARISON OF BENEFITS VS SODIUM FLUORIDE

Neither sodium monofluorophosphate nor sodium fluoride (1100 ppm and 5000 ppm) provide the level of benefit provided by stannous fluoride

Benefits vs Sodium Fluoride



PROFESSIONAL – PATIENT RESOURCES

Oral Hygiene Practices at Home

Oral Hygiene Practices at Home

Download and Share this FREE educational article on Dental Erosion to help educate your patients on at-home prevention!.

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FEATURED CE COURSES 

CE661
Oral Hard Tissue Disease and Home Care Management

The purpose of this interactive course is to provide dental practitioners and students with an overview of hard tissue disease, factors that influence the disease process and evidence-based self-care prevention practices. This course includes patient cases as knowledge point checks.
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CE73
An Update on Demineralization/Remineralization

This course is an introduction to the concepts of demineralization and remineralization and how they can and should be incorporated into clinical practice. Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the continued need for fluoride to help protect against the ongoing challenge to tooth structure, secondary lesions and root caries.
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CE372

Caries Process and Prevention Strategies: Demineralization/Remineralization

This is part 5 of a 10-part series entitled Caries Process and Prevention Strategies. In this course, the dynamic process of demineralization and remineralization is discussed, paying particular attention to tooth hard tissue structure, the role of acid production by cariogenic bacteria, and the critical pH at which tooth enamel begins to dissolve.

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CE374
Caries Process and Prevention Strategies: Erosion

This is part 7 of a 10-part series entitled Caries Process and Prevention Strategies. This course establishes the concept of dental erosion as a condition that is distinct from caries, and as an emerging public health issue with increasing prevalence in people of all ages.
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