BOLD ORAL CARE PRODUCTS
FOR BOLD PATIENTS.
LISTERINE® Mouthwash has a bold goal of improving oral health for every patient. To help achieve this, we offer a wide range of products that can address oral care goals and meet patients’ needs or preferences. Find out which product is the best fit below.
All LISTERINE® Antiseptic mouthwashes are equally effective at killing the bacteria that cause bad breath, plaque, and gingivitis. Powered by 4 essential oils, LISTERINE® Antiseptic penetrates deeply into the bottom layers of the plaque biofilm, breaking down its structure in places that are difficult for a toothbrush or dental floss to access.1-3
LISTERINE® offers multiple fluoride-containing anticavity mouthwashes, including LISTERINE® TOTAL CARE—a complete mouthwash solution with 6 key benefits. Formulated to enhance the bioavailability of ionic fluoride, LISTERINE® TOTAL CARE maximizes fluoride uptake, restoring and strengthening the enamel.5-8
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