Lacer Oros toothpaste
Integral protection of teeth and gums
Lacer Oros toothpaste is indicated for daily oral hygiene for the prevention and control of the main disorders of the oral cavity:
- Prevents bleeding of the gums
- Dental caries
- Dental hypersensitivity
Its comprehensive formulation provides total oral protection, keeping teeth and gums healthy:
- Combats dental plaque, the main cause of gum disorders. Lacer Oros acts effectively in the initial phase of gingivitis, helping to improve the overall condition of inflamed and bleeding gums.
- It helps reduce tooth sensitivity to cold, heat, acids, sweets, etc. Rapid and prolonged action.
- It reinforces the tooth’s structure and remineralises enamel. It provides dental protection against the development of cavities.
- It includes gingival revitalising agents that aid epithelial regeneration, strengthening the gums and restoring their condition.
Lacer Oros toothpaste can be used as part of a daily oral hygiene routine, as it is the ideal complement in dental brushing. It leaves your mouth feeling pleasantly clean and fresh.
Does not contain gluten.
Presentation and coding
- Lacer Oros toothpaste 75 ml (N.C. 396556.9)
- Lacer Oros toothpaste 125 ml (N.C. 309443.6)
- Potassium nitrate 5 g/li>
- Triclosan 0.3 g/li>
- Zinc citrate 0.5 g/li>
- Sodium monofluorophosphate 0.8 g/li>
- Sodium fluoride 0.32 g/li>
- Provitamin B5 (Panthenol) 1.0 g
- Aldioxa 0.2 g
- Aromatised excipient q.s. 100 ml
- Fluoride ion 2,500 ppm
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