Kid and dentist approved products from the #1 recommended pediatric rinse brand.1
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, just over 45% of kids aged 2-19 have had dental caries.2 Recommending daily use of a great-tasting, gentle, pH-neutral fluoride rinse like ACT® Kids Anticavity Fluoride Rinse is important for protecting your pediatric patients’ teeth and supporting their oral health needs. ACT® Kids mouthwash can help protect young teeth from acid erosion, strengthen enamel and reduce caries by up to 40%.3
ACT® Kids Anticavity
ADA accepted to reduce caries and protect enamel in kids aged 6+.
ACT® Kids Toothpaste
Gentle formula is specially developed for kids aged 2+ to help strengthen and protect teeth.
ACT® Braces Care™
Help prevent decalcification and provide comfort for your orthodontic patients.
Parents’ Guide To Keeping Little Mouths Healthy
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ACT® Smart from the Start
Teach your pediatric patients how to carefully and effectively take care of their oral health.Download PDF
ACT® Brushing Progress Chart
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ACT® Perfect Rinsing Award
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Data on file. Chattem, Inc., a Sanofi Company.
Flemming, Elanor, & Afful, Joseph. (2018, July 25). Prevalence of total and untreated dental caries among youth: United States, 2015-2016. National Center for Health Statistics. www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/databriefs/db307.htm.
Heifetz, S.B., et al. (1982). A comparison of the anticaries effectiveness of daily and weekly rinsing with sodium fluoride solutions: final results after three years. Pediat Dent. 4(4):300-3.