Oral Science Spreads #LOVE at the 2018 Pacific Dental Conference

by Chloé Labrie March 14, 2018

Oral Science Spreads #LOVE at the 2018 Pacific Dental Conference

Presenting 5 Must Have Solutions to Enhance Patient Experience

During the latest Pacific Dental Conference in Vancouver, more than 2,000 dental professionals gathered at our booth to discover 5 must have solutions to enhance patient experience and achieve more predictable clinical results.

Advantage Arrest - Silver Diamine Fluoride: the only product that arrests decay in an already formed cavity 

FluoriMax - 2.5% Sodium Fluoride Varnish: better fluoride uptake, user-friendly, non-tacky coating, and low cost 

Cetacaine - Liquid Non-Injectable Topical Anesthetic: quick onset, longer anesthesia and lowest cost per application

X-PUR Crystal - In-Office Desensitizer: long-lasting, cost-effective and non-toxic

X-PUR Pro-Synergix - Premium Home-Care Whitening: the only kit providing hydrogen and carbamide peroxide, while reducing sensitivity, and at an unbelievable price

This high interest level for our presentation reaffirms our position as a leader in the management of high risk caries, chronic inflammatory periodontitis, xerostomia, oral lesions, tooth sensitivity, and whitening. 

Also, since we are always deeply grateful to all the attendees with whom we have the chance to share our expertise during conventions, we added a little touch of #LOVE to our booth’s environment this year. 

As a result, hundreds of attendees showed their #LOVE by sharing selfies with their dental friends.

We thank everyone who participated! 

Additionally, we were also proud to be the partner of two of the most popular scientific sessions of this year’s PDC’s; Silver is the New Black: Improving your Practice with Silver Diamine Fluoride by Dr. Jeanette MacLean, and The Silent Killer: Understanding and Addressing the Inflammatory Pathway by Jo-Anne Jones, RDH.

Chloé Labrie
Chloé Labrie


I am a proud member of Oral Science, working everyday with our team of Sales Consultants and leading dental professionals on creating educational material related to xerostomia, oral lesions, periodontitis and caries!

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