Clinical Studies

Review clinical data that highlight the statistically significant
improvement of parodontaxTM toothpaste vs sodium monofluorophosphate toothpaste
in reducing gingivitis and bleeding gums and addressing stain buildup.

A 24-week randomized clinical study investigating the anti-gingivitis efficacy of a 0.454% w/w stannous fluoride toothpaste

By Charles Parkinson, PHD; Pejmon Amini, DDS;  Jianming Wu, PHD;  &  John Gallob, DMD. Published in the American Journal of Dentistry, No. 1, Vol. 31, 2018.

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Gingival Bleeding Line Chart

A clinical study investigating the gingivitis efficacy of a test dentifrice

Patients brushing with parodontaxTM toothpaste experienced a statistically significant reduction in gingival bleeding compared to patients receiving standard sodium monofluorophosphate treatment after 24 weeks of twice-daily use.

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Stain Removal Bar Graph

A clinical study investigating the stain removal properties of two dentifrices

There was no significant difference in dental stain buildup between parodontaxTM toothpaste and standard sodium monofluorophosphate treatment after 8 weeks of regular brushing.

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Stain Potential Bar Graph

A clinical study investigating the staining potential of two dentifrices

There was no significant difference in dental stain buildup between parodontaxTM toothpaste and Colgate® Total Whitening after 4 and 8 weeks of regular brushing. Both treatments also significantly reduced dental stain from baseline at 4 and 8 weeks.

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Gum Bleeding Line Chart

A clinical study investigating the gingivitis efficacy of an anhydrous test dentifrice

Patients treated with parodontaxTM toothpaste experienced a statistically significant reduction in gum bleeding compared to patients receiving standard sodium monofluorophosphate treatment after 12 weeks of twice-daily use.

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Learn how the formulation of parodontaxTM toothpaste can help to inhibit the progression of gum disease