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Client came in to purchase a second bottle of Oxyfresh. Client
said she was absolutely thrilled with Oxyfresh and notice
improvement with both dogs’ breath within three days. Had
previously used another brand water additive and found
Oxyfresh 100% more effective will continue to purchase from
now on thanked us for recommending it.
Dr Shane Sullivan
iM3 | The Global Name in Veterinary Dentistry
I highly recommend using Oxyfresh. It is a great product, easy to use and
it works! No odour or taste (for those fussy pets), No chemicals or harmful
sweeteners. Since iM3 recommended this product, our clinic has sold
numerous amounts of water additive and the gel and finger brush kit, in
which we have received great feedback from our clients. I personally have
used these products at home and i can definitely tell the difference, my
amstaff had bad breath and grade 2 dental. I have noticed his breath does
not smell anymore and the plaque has reduced.
Dr Chloe Johnson
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research
ISSN: 2229-3809 (Online)
Journal DOI: 10.7439/ijbar
CODEN: IJBABN Research Article 2015
A prospective experimental comparative study on the clinical and antimicrobial effects of
chlorine dioxide-based toothpaste and mouth rinse in periodontitis patients A One Year Follow-up Study.
The stabilized chlorine dioxide-based products used in this study (Oxyfresh® Power Paste, and
Oxyfresh® Power Rinse) also destroy the volatile sulfide compounds, which further reduce the
triggering of gingival inflammation. The key benefits for these products also include non-staining,
alcohol free, non-irritating and no taste alterations.
This study also revealed that the bactericidal activity of stabilized chlorine dioxide oral rinse
(Oxyfresh®) has marked bactericidal effects against with pathogens of periodontitis, i.e. Aa, Fn, Pg
and Pi. These results are consistent with previous studies evaluating a stabilized chlorine dioxide
oral rinse against polymicrobial suspensions and biofilm environments.
The significant clinical and microbiological improvement in Group A subjects (chlorine dioxidebased toothpaste and mouth rinse) support that the hypothesis that Sodium Chlorite (Stabilized
chlorine dioxide) may acts as a strong ingredient to restrict the proliferation of sub gingival
anaerobic microbiota via oxygenation and neutralization of toxins (Bacterial proteolytic enzymes)
produces by the bacteria in the oral cavity.