In the two studies conducted by a group of dentists from the University of the Philippines College of Dentistry in 2006, and quoted in the Journal of the Philippine Dental Association (Vol. 58, No.1), Durafresh Oral Rinse and Oral Gel showed encouraging results.
A second test was conducted this time on children as subjects. Twenty-seven children with ages 3 to 11 years suffering from various aphthous ulcer conditions were put on a regimen of Durafresh Oral Gel. Of the subjects, a control group was given hexetidine. Test group subjects that were treated with Durafresh Oral Gel showed “statistically significant improvement in the reduction of size of ulcerative lesions and marked improvement in the alleviation of acute symptoms.” Durafresh Oral Gel, according to the subjects, had a more acceptable taste and soothing effect than hexetedine which caused a stinging sensation due to its alcohol content. Durafresh also did not have staining effect.
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