Perio Protect Method Periodontic System
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Perio Protect® combines professional cleanings with non-invasive tray delivery of medication to better manage gum disease. Dental patients can use the Perio Tray® by Perio Protect at home, between office visits. The Perio Tray resembles a mouth-guard, delivering and holding the medication in place as it works below the gumline. The seal corresponds to each patient's unique conditions, preventing medication from leaking.
The Perio Protect Method Periodontic System combines professional cleanings with non-invasive Perio Tray delivery of medication to better manage gum disease. "There isn't anything else like this or that comes anywhere close to the efficacy of Perio Protect..." said a current Perio Protect Method customer who has been practicing dentistry for 21 years. Read what other professionals had to say here about ease of use, effectiveness of decreasing inflammation, patient satisfaction and overall satisfaction.
An Award for Helping Patients Beat ‘the Beast’ of Gum Disease
Each year, Perio Protect presents the Orkos Award to honor dental practitioners in the U.S. and Canada who have demonstrated professional excellence in treatment for gum disease—periodontitis or gingivitis—with a case study report. The winners this year are Dr. Brian Daub and hygienist Melinda Evans at Perfect Teeth — Frank Lloyd Wright in Scottsdale, AZ...Read More
Tried and True
Tried and True: Perio Protect
Introduced more than a decade ago, Perio Protect is a combination periodontal treatment protocol intended to reduce the need for surgical treatment and repetitive invasive procedures. The centerpiece is the full-arch custom-fit Perio Tray for delivery of medicament into both shallow and deep pockets to address infected tissue. The tray is specially designed to hold medicament in the sulcus and prevent it from being flushed out by crevicular fluid....Read More
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I like the perio protect method for my patients who need a periodontal "kick in the pants". It's easy and it's painless and we don't get to say that very often in Dentistry.
Emma Spahl DDS ,02/26/2013
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