Sept. 15, 2011
Correction made on photo use in Sept. 2, 2011, issue of FOCUS.
By Maria Perno Goldie, RDH, MS
In the last issue, I inadvertently used the wrong photo in my CPC article. I used a picture of the Crest Pro-Health Invigorating Clean rinse in the article, and this rinse does contain alcohol (10.8%). It was launched early this year for those consumers who want more of a signal that the product is working.

The original Crest Pro-Health Multi-Protection rinse (blue, green and clear) and the Crest Pro-Health Complete fluoride rinse are still alcohol free.

Additionally, I would point out that there are two published 6-month plaque/GI clinical studies on Crest Pro-Health rinse, one versus placebo, and one vs. positive control.


I apologize for any confusion.