Enhance Your Practice with our EXXCL Oral Blue™ Anti-Biofilm Infection Products
For the professional who seeks to offer patients the highest caliber of cutting edge care, our proven one-of-a-kind technology
- Adds visibility to your practice
- Offers the patient a safe, effective, non-invasive, and affordable alternative to traditional procedures to address bleeding gums, gingivitis, and periodontal disease
- Easily integrates into your existing system—requires no new equipment or techniques
- Hygienist-delivered/monitored, patient-administered protocol frees up dentist for restorative/aesthetic procedures
- Compliance-friendly protocol
- Cost effective for both practice and patients
- Retains patients you would otherwise refer out
- Maintenance protocol creates ongoing demand for products
Biofilms and the EXXCL Oral Difference
With a decade of research (Research Studies), most notably that conducted by the University of Southern California in 2004, PAC5 has been proven to penetrate the biofilm mass, kill the inhabitants, and dismantle the biofilm matrix, by a process that is safe to humans, the environment, and equipment. PAC5 is:
- A non-toxic antimicrobial
- Not an antibiotic or oxidizing agent
- Virtually 100% effective in killing planktonic pathogens on contact—bacteria, fungi, viruses, spores, yeasts
- Penetrates the biofilm mass, kills the inhabitants, and separates it from the surface to which it is attached
- Has an analgesic effect with sustained contact
- Does not negatively impact normal flora and essential synergistic bacteria
- Has been clinically-proven nontoxic to humans, animals, and the environment.
- Is non-corrosive
- Is colorless, tasteless, and odorless
- Is effective at ambient temperatures and conditions
PAC5 and Biofilms
- PAC5, it is believed, interferes with microbial cell-to-cell communication, called Quorum Sensing or Cross Talk, within a biofilm community.
- PAC5 interference quickly results in the death of the microbial inhabitants of that community.
- PAC5 continues to disrupt, degrade, and fragment the biofilm polymer matrix itself, detaching it from surfaces.