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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin April 2011
www.gskoralhealth.com.au Recommend Sensodyne iso-active to: ✔ The 1 in 3 people who suffer sensitivity 4 ✔ Sensitivity sufferers looking for an innovative delivery system ✔ Who are not currently treating their sensitive teeth Sensodyne iso-active foaming gel References: 1. Gross RC et al. Presented at the General Session and Exhibition of the Pan European Federation of the International Association for Dental Research (PEF IADR) 2008, September 10–12. London, England. Poster 467. 2. Hall PJ et al. Presented at the General Session and Exhibition of the Pan European Federation of the International Association for Dental Research (PEF IADR) 2008, September 10–12. London, England. Poster 466. 3. Leight RS et al. J Clin Dent 2008;19:147–53. 4. Addy M. Int Dent J 2002;52:367–75. For the relief of sensitive teeth. Sensodyne® and iso-active® are registered trade marks of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies. GSK0016/UC *Compared to a regular marketed toothpaste containing 5% potassium nitrate. Sensodyne® contains potassium nitrate. Sensodyne iso-active is a modern format with new gel-to-foam technology that is better suited for younger people with sensitive teeth • Penetrates hard-to-reach areas for a deeper clean1 • Delivers significantly more active agents (potassium and fluoride) for dispersion in the mouth2* • Provides all-round sensitivity protection, even in hard-to-reach areas3 GSK0016 Iso_ADA_Ad_297x210_v1_FA.indd 1 11/02/11 3:09 PM
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