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Clinpro™ White Varnish - Now with TCP!

Clinpro™ White Varnish - Now with TCP!


Protection that delivers better performance.

 


Overview Features
and Benefits
Easy Application Science
3M ESPE's exclusive TCP offers more protection.

Flows better and reaches areas traditional varnishes may miss.

Delivers more fluoride.

Occludes Tubules

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Fluoride treatment has to be convenient.

  • Simple to use and comfortable to wear.
  • Easy to apply – the area to be treated needs to be only ‘toothbrush clean’ – no complicated pretreatment is necessary. It can even be applied if plaque is present.
  • The #1-selling fluoride varnish in the U.S.
  • Now contains an exclusive calcium and phosphate ingredient
  • 5 years of clinical success
  • Contains 22‚600 ppm fluoride
  • Covers more tooth surfaces to deliver fluoride
  • Releases calcium
  • Relieves hypersensitivity
  • The color is similar to enamel‚ so it’s virtually invisible
  • Available in Cherry‚ Melon or Mint flavors; sweetened with xylitol

Teeth following Vanish varnish application

Immediately after Clinpro™ White Varnish was applied. Virtually invisible on the teeth—but leaves a temporary thin coating so patients know it's working.


To order
Contact your authorized 3M ESPE dental distributor.

Applying Clinpro™ White Varnish is easy and it takes just seconds.

Simply apply one thin coat‚ sweeping the brush across tooth surfaces—and the Clinpro™ White Varnish formula does the rest.

  • Sets in the presence of saliva—no drying needed.
  • Enhanced flow characteristics allow Clinpro™ White Varnish to reach interproximal areas other varnishes may miss.
  • Covers and adheres to the areas where applied.

Clinpro™ White Varnish Step 1 – Tooth surface should minimally be toothbrush clean.

The tooth surface(s) to be treated should minimally be "toothbrush clean." Can be applied in the presence of plaque.

Clinpro™ White Varnish Step 2 – Open unit dose package and mix

Open the unit dose package of Clinpro™ White Varnish and mix.

Clinpro™ White Varnish Step 3 – Apply Vanish varnish evenly in a thin layer

Apply Clinpro™ White Varnish evenly in a thin layer over treatment area(s) with sweeping‚ horizontal brush strokes.


After application‚ instruct the patient to close his or her mouth to set the Clinpro™ White Varnish. Do not use suction. Please refer to for more detailed information‚ as well as precautionary and warranty information.


To order
Contact your authorized 3M ESPE dental distributor.

How calcium is made available to the tooth.

Calcium and phosphate are naturally occurring components of saliva long associated with maintaining healthy teeth. The Tri-Calcium Phosphate in Clinpro™ White Varnish 5% Sodium Fluoride with TCP is milled to create a protective coating which ensures undesired interactions between calcium and phosphate and calcium and fluoride do not occur throughout the shelf life of the varnish. However‚ when Clinpro™ White Varnish is applied to the tooth surface‚ the coating is slowly dissolved by saliva‚ allowing the protected calcium component to be released in parallel with fluoride ions.

Clinpro™ White Varnish releases calcium

Saliva activates the protected calcium compound at the tooth surface‚ causing it to be released together with fluoride.

Releases calcium

Products that provide both fluoride and calcium are designed to help increase formation of calcium fluoride on tooth surfaces‚ including dentin tubules‚ to relieve hypersensitivity.

Cumulative Calcium Release

Clinpro™ White Varnish cumulative calcium release

After application‚ Clinpro™ White Varnish 5% Sodium Fluoride continues to release calcium ions over at least 24 hours.
Source: 3M ESPE internal data

Learn more about our other preventive calcium-releasing technologies.


To order
Contact your authorized 3M ESPE dental distributor.

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