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Recently, we began carrying a new product line from PerioSciences which contain the novel combination of antioxidants Phloretin and Ferulic. Phloretin and Ferulic have been shown in university based studies to neutralize free radicals which lead to oxidative stress commonly caused by dental materials, alcohol, nicotine, and the hydrogen peroxide used in teeth whitening products. Case studies reveal reduced inflammation and bleeding as well as accelerated wound healing in soft oral tissue. The AO ProVantage product line is as follows:
PerioSciences and its AO Pro product line are the result of more than 20 years of experience in the topical application of antioxidants. SkinCeuticals, which commercialized topically-applied antioxidant skincare, paved the way for PerioSciences with strong anti-inflammatory results from Duke University testing.
PerioSciences was founded in 2008, when additional research at Baylor College of Dentistry and UNC Chapel Hill School of Dentistry further confirmed that specific combinations of antioxidants neutralize free radicals / oxidative stress in the oral cavity. Antioxidants naturally occur in saliva, and abnormally low levels of salivary antioxidants have been associated with oral disease, such as oral lichen planus (OLP), temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), periodontal disease (PD), and even oral cancer.
Dr Willis was among almost 300 dentists and over 1500 volunteers who volunteered to be a part of the first Alaska Mission of Mercy in Anchorage April 11th & 12th! The goal is to help up to 2,000 under-served in our state to free dental care that they might not otherwise receive.
Dr Willis just got back from the ADA’s Annual Session in New Orleans! While she was there, she was inducted into the International College of Dentists and her new role as the President of the Alaska Dental Society has become official! This will certainly be a busy year for her.