Highly effective, pH-balanced sodium fluoride protection for adults from the #1 dentist and hygienist recommended fluoride brand.1
No matter what your adult patients’ oral health needs are, ACT® has an impressive and extensive range of products to support your recommendations. ACT® oral care products are safe, gentle and effective in reducing root caries by up to 71%.2 Powered by pH-balanced sodium fluoride, ACT® Fluoride Mouthwashes can help protect, remineralize and strengthen your patients’ teeth. In addition to our fluoride products, ACT® also has a soothing range of products for patients with xerostomia.
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Remineralize soft spots, reduce caries and freshen breath.
Whiten teeth, prevent caries and strengthen enamel—all in one.
ACT® Total Care
Effective protection and gentle prevention — without enamel-damaging acid.
ACT® Braces Care™
Help prevent decalcification and provide comfort for your orthodontic patients.
ACT® Total Care Sensitive Formula
Effective protection and specially formulated for patients with sensitive oral tissue.*
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* Does not relieve or treat sensitive teeth, oral pain or gum disease.
Data on file. Chattem, Inc., a Sanofi Company.
Wallace MC, et al. (1993, Summer). The 48-month increment of root caries in an urban population of older adults participating in a preventive dental program. J Public Health Dent. 53(3):133-7.