CloSys sulfate-free fluoride toothpaste is awarded ADA Seal

In May, Rowpar Pharmaceuticals announced it had been awarded the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance for its CloSys sulfate-free fluoride toothpaste.

Jun 6th, 2016
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In May, Rowpar Pharmaceuticals announced it had been awarded the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance for its CloSys sulfate-free fluoride toothpaste.

Last month, Rowpar Pharmaceuticals announced it had been awarded the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance for its CloSys sulfate-free fluoride toothpaste. The Council on Scientific Affairs of the American Dental Association awards the ADA Seal of Acceptance to products meeting or exceeding the standards of the American Dental Association in professional oral care. The ADA Seal of Acceptance is nationally recognized by dentists and consumers as the gold standard when it comes to evaluating dental products.

“We are proud to add the ADA Seal to our toothpaste,” said Jim Ratcliff, CEO of Rowpar Pharmaceuticals. “We know the nonirritating nature of our products is well appreciated, as reflected in the thousands of positive customer testimonials. Today, this award helps demonstrate the approval among the professional dental community as well.”

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For over two decades, CloSys products have been recommended by dentists and hygienists and purchased in national retail stores as premium oral care products. The products are also used with patients experiencing medically or radiologically induced oral thrush, mucositis, and oral sores during certain cancer therapies.

For more information about the CloSys sulfate-free fluoride toothpaste, visit closys.com.

Source: Rowpar Pharmaceuticals Inc. press release, 1 May 2016


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