Dental White & Fresh Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Stabilized Oxychlor Compounds (SOC),Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide (SCD) and Active Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2)?

SOC and SCD are one and the same. They are a colorless, buffered solution of Sodium Chlorite salt in water. They do deodorize, but have to form CLO2 in order to be biocidal- which requires a pH of 2-3 for 2-3 minutes. Something that does not happen in ones mouth!

CLO2 is light green colored, pH balanced solution of true Chlorine Dioxide gas in water. It is a very powerful deodorizer and biocide. It is generated from SOC/SCD in a bottle after 30 minutes of exposure to an activator.

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