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Toothpaste With CoQ10 Reduces Gingivitis In Clinical Trial

May 20, 2010: 03:51 AM EST
Perfect Smile said recently that its brand of fluoride toothpaste containing CoQ10 was tested in a clinical study that found significant improvement over regular fluoride toothpaste in reducing gingivitis. According to the company, the toothpaste, which contains MicroActive CoQ10 from BioActives LLC, significantly reduced the presence of harmful bacteria and gum swelling. The company said several studies have concluded that CoQ10 applied directly to the gums or taken as a supplement can provide measureable improvement in treating gum disease. The MicroActive form of CoQ10 dissolves during teeth brushing, the company said, to spread evenly. It is also readily absorbed “as compared to other forms of CoQ10 used in other brands of toothpaste."
"Perfect Smile MicroActive CoQ10 Toothpaste Improves on Fluoride", News release, Perfect Smile, May 20, 2010, © Perfect Smile
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