PRG Barrier Coat
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Shofu’s PRG Barrier Coat treats dental hypersensitivity by providing immediate and long lasting relief. A light-cured varnish with extended protection time of up to 6 months, PRG Barrier Coat incorporates Shofu’s proprietary GIOMER technology, “Surface Pre-Reacted Glass,” for high fluoride release and recharge, acid neutralization, and anti-plaque benefits. Ideal for a variety of applications and designed with excellent self-adhesive abilities, PRG Barrier Coat can be light cured in a thin coating to block dentinal tubules from external irritants.
PRG Barrier Coat's Giomer technology produces immediate and sustained hypersensitivity relief. Tooth sensitivity is a common problem, with a wide range of causes and solutions, according to our team of Dental Product Shopper evaluators. One of the hygienists who evaluated Shofu's PRG Barrier Coat told DPS that hypersensitivity may be the No. 1 issue for patients in her office. Many others agreed, including a New Hampshire dentist who said, "Many patients have root sensitivity, and it is a big complaint in my office." S...
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