Fluoride Varnish with Xylitol

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FluoroDose® is the most-awarded fluoride varnish, recognized by the prestigious independent dental materials testing laboratory, THE DENTAL ADVISOR. Clinicians love that it is smooth, not clumpy. Patients love that it tastes and feels great. FlouroDose dries clear so there is no tooth discoloration.

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Product Description

Our award-winning fluoride varnish comes packaged in a patented hygienic LolliTray. The ergonomic design and smooth easy peel make every fluoride application easier, safer, faster and more comfortable.

FluoroDose contains 5% sodium fluoride (NaF) or 22,600 ppm of fluoride. Each unit contains one single dose (0.3 mL) of FluoroDose plus one Benda Brush applicator. Simply peel back the cover, dip in the brush, mix and apply. Centrix makes fluoride varnish safer and cleanup easier.

  • Swipe-on procedure is easier and safer to use than gels and rinses.
  • Dries in seconds upon contact with saliva. No worry of fluoride ingestion.
  • Remains on tooth for 4 to 6 hours for optimum fluoride uptake.
  • Available in 5 great-tasting flavors: Caramel, Bubble Gum, Mint, Cherry and Melon
  • Best value fluoride varnish.

The ADA considers fluoride varnish to be a safe and efficacious part of a caries prevention program that includes caries diagnosis, risk assessment and regular dental care.1  FluoroDose, like all fluoride varnishes, is FDA-cleared for treating dentinal sensitivity.

Allergen Risk Information

FluoroDose is lactose free, gluten free and nut free, and free of all dairy, egg, gluten, soy, peanut, tree nuts, tree nut derivatives, fish/shellfish and seed products. FluoroDose contains rosin, beeswax and red dye 40.

Although there are no allergens present in the product itself, the above allergens may be present in the same facility and/or manufacturing equipment used to produce the raw materials and/or finished product.

1. There are several studies on the ADA website explaining the uses of fluoride varnishes, visit: http://www.ada.org.

How To's

  1. Clean teeth and remove excess moisture from area to be treated.
  2. Grip the foil cover and slowly peel back, exposing the brush applicator and varnish well. If you keep your thumb over the peel end, the brush will pop-up, ready to use. No spilling it onto the tray (or floor!)
  3. Remove applicator brush and stir material in well.
  4. Paint a thin film of varnish onto the teeth – no need to paint every tooth, broad swipes across the four buccal quadrants, then across the lingual quadrants, and finally across the occlusal surfaces. Done in 40 seconds!
  5. Let the varnish dry for approximately 10 seconds and then instruct the patient to close their mouth.
  6. Dispose package and applicator after use.
  7. Patient may leave immediately after treatment. Patient should be advised to remain on a soft food diet and only drink cold liquids for two hours after treatment; and not to brush for a minimum of 4 to 6 hours.
  8. When dry, any excess varnish may appear ”spotty” and may slide off the tooth surface. This will not affect the efficacy of the product, as there is still a full layer of varnish on the tooth.


  1. Ulcerative gingivitis and stomatitis
  2. Known allergic reactions to fluoride
  3. Avoid ingestion during application
  4. Known allergies to colophony or similar materials


Do not apply when other fluoride treatments (gels or foams) are to be done on the same day. The use of fluoride tablets and rinses should be interrupted for several days after initial treatment.

Adverse Reactions:

Edematous swellings have been reported in rare instances, especially after application to extensive surfaces. Dyspnea, although extremely rare, has occurred in asthmatic patients. Patients with sensitive stomachs have reported nausea on occasion. Varnish may easily be removed through tooth brushing and rinsing.


At what age should FluoroDose varnish be used on children?

FluoroDose varnish is safe and can be applied on babies from the time they have their first tooth. FluoroDose is painted onto teeth and only a very small amount is used, almost no fluoride is swallowed.

Why would I use FluoroDose on adults?

FluoroDose varnish is routinely applied on children after cleaning but many adults benefit from fluoride treatment as much as children do. Adults benefit from fluoride varnish treatment if they show any of the following but not limited to frequent decay, gum recession, sensitive teeth, xerostomia, cariogenic bacteria, plaque buildup etc.

How often can FluoroDose varnish be applied?

FluoroDose varnish can be applied 4 times a year or every 3 months.

What is the sweetener(s) in FluoroDose?

Xylitol and Sucralose powder.

Does FluoroDose varnish have any allergen risk?

FluoroDose is free of all dairy, egg, gluten, soy, peanut, tree nuts, tree nut derivatives, fish/shellfish and seed products. FluoroDose contains rosin, beeswax and red dye 40.

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I recommend fluoride varnish for all ages.

I recommend fluoride varnish for all ages of patients at my practice. I find FluoroDose to be especially good for patients under the age of 18. It’s also great for patients who have a high risk of caries, as well as those patients who may be experiencing generalized sensitivity.
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