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iM3 iC Plaque, 72/pk
The iM3 iC Plaque Indicating Swabs are quick and easy to use.
They show when plaque is present on teeth. Simply roll the swab
gently across the teeth at the gum edge and the plaque stains
pink to indicate germ-filled layers on the teeth. This is a visible
sign of periodontal disease that’s easy for your client to see.
Plaque is the cause of periodontal disease
IC Plaque highlights where plaque is present –
you will be surprised by how much there is!
Helps to paint a picture of the animal’s oral health
for the owner
Saves time when used during scaling, by first showing
the plaque and then ensuring it has all been removed
Will increase dental procedures within the clinic
Quick and easy to use
Excellent training tool
Convenient dispenser box
CLS Solution 250 ml Concentrate
30% recycled plastic
used in bottle
CLS is a uniquely formulated dental solution (concentrate) designed
to reduce bur cutting time and mask mouth odours (spearmint). CLS
contains chlorhexidine and can be used in the water supply of any dental
machine or ultrasonic scaler. CLS is guaranteed when used at the correct
dilution with distilled water not to block the water lines or coolant system
of the dental machine. Easy to mix - just add distilled water to 1 bottle of
CLS (250 ml) to make 1 L of working solution. Used and recommended in
iM3 dental machines.
iM3 CLS Solution is only available from iM3 and iM3 distributors.
Accept no imitations!
This product is sold in a 6-pack.
Disclaimer: Only CLS Solution should be used in your iM3 Dental Machine to
ensure no damage is caused to stainless steel components. Use of third party
water additives may cause damage to your iM3 Dental Machine and may void
Now supplied in a recyclable bottle, that in turn is made from 30%
recycled plastic. Plastic cap can also be recycled.
CLS Solution 250 ml Concentrate - single
CLS Solution 250 ml Concentrate - 6 pack
WORLD SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY
ASSOCIATION GLOBAL DENTAL GUIDELINES
Journal of Small Animal Practice • Vol 61 • July 2020 • © 2020 WSAVA
Chlorhexidine has been proven to have efficacy as an
oral antiseptic which may reduce plaque, especially as a
perioperative or pre-prophylaxis rinse (Roudebush et al. 2005)
CHLORHEXIDINE LAVAGE: The oral cavity is a contaminated
area and thorough dental cleanings are mildly invasive. This means
that dental cleanings result in a transient bacteraemia, which is
more severe in patients with periodontitis (Daly et al. 2001; Forner
et al. 2006; Lafaurie et al. 2007). Dental cleanings cause bacterial
aerosolization and contamination of the office environment when
ultrasonic instruments are used. Rinsing the oral cavity with a 0.12
or 0.2% solution of chlorhexidine gluconate prior to commencing
the prophylaxis, has been shown to decrease the bacterial load
(Fine et al. 1992; Bellows 2004).
AUTHORS: B. NIEMIEC, J. GAWOR, A. NEMEC, D. CLARKE, K.
MCLEOD, C. TUTT, M. GIOSO, P. V. STEAGALL, M. CHANDLER, G.
MORGENEGG, R. JOUPPI