The linkages between oral health and overall health are growing stronger (see chart). Most recently, science has ventured beyond simply correlating oral diseases with other chronic and acute diseases, to demonstrating better oral health can improve overall health. There are now several intervention studies in Type 2 diabetes, for example, whereby improved periodontal health leads to better management of glycated hemoglobin (A1C).

For years, Canadian dental professionals have shown that Prevora manages both dental decay and periodontal disease simultaneously. CHX has designed controlled Phase III studies to demonstrate this first multiple use for Prevora in high risk periodontal adults and will be implementing these studies in the near future.


Moreover, CHX believes there other uses for this broad spectrum, long-lasting, topical antiseptic in chronic disease management. The company will be evaluating Prevora’s impact on inflammation C reactive protein (CRP) and diabetes (A1C) in its Phase III clinical program. And we are looking to partner with other organizations to evaluate how better oral health with Prevora, can lead to better overall health.


“I have enjoyed better gums and teeth with Prevora – for years.”

- Nellie E.


“Prevora has improved my gums and protected my teeth. This is very important to me”.

- Judith G.


“I couldn’t brush my teeth for 6 weeks after surgery for oral cancer. But with Prevora treatment before my surgery, my teeth were fine".  

- Richard J.


“I am a stroke survivor and brushing my teeth is difficult. With Prevora over the past few years, my teeth are healthy and so are my gums.”

- Thomas B.


“After years of several fillings each year, Prevora has made me cavity free for 10 years.”

- Bruce B.


“No cavities for years. Painless. Affordable. What more do you need to know?”

- John P.


“Mom’s oral health has really improved with Prevora. This gives me peace of mind”.

- Lori T.

Daughter of Phyllis P.

For years I have had troubles with my teeth and gums. Since Prevora, it is the first time I feel like my teeth and gums are healthy.

Margaret C.


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