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Cold & Flu Guard: To Protect Yourself When All Viruses are Important

June 8, 2020
by Oral Science


At Oral Science, we are always looking ahead and planning for future needs. Today, we understand the world has changed and precautionary measures are needed now more than ever. This is why we are thrilled to announce a unique solution to enhance today’s safety and protection: “Cold & Flu Guard”, a spray creating a barrier for the mouth and nose to protect and relieve.⠀

Cold & Flu Guard contains a specific patented complex of bioflavonoids called Flavobac™.

Once applied in the mouth or nose before providing dental care, Flavobac™destroys virus envelopes, deactivating their ability to infect cells. It has been proven effective against common strains of cold and flu viruses  (ie. H1N1, H5N2, SARS).⠀

It’s been highlighted the risk associated with providing dental hygiene care is high. Dental Hygienists are ranked as the #1 job putting overall health at risk, with Dentists and Dental Assistants closely following. One of the reasons for this ranking is the exposure to infectious agents. ⠀

We also understand many of your patients will be concerned with reducing their risk of getting sick.

Being able to provide your patients with options to prevent illness will aid in your ability to support their overall wellness as their leading dental professional. ⠀

We recognize this is an exciting time to be shifting back into practice, but we also understand some may feel anxious. Learning more about ways you can protect yourself, colleagues, family and community is important. We are here to support you, and would love to share more about this innovative product.⠀

Stay tuned for new educational training sessions regarding Cold & Flu Guard with Flavobac™.

To learn more about Cold & Flu Guard: https://www.oralscience.ca/en/products/cold_flu_guard/

To learn more about Flavobac™: https://www.oralscience.ca/en/ingredients/flavobac/

To schedule a personalized online or in-office presentation with our team of RDHs: https://www.oralscience.ca/en/presentations/


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