x-pur NaF gel bottle
High Strength Sodium Fluoride

The only high strength fluoride gel with 10% xylitol against caries

Professionals Consumers

Mechanism of action

Calcium is attracted by the receptor sites, forming calcium fluoride. The fluoride ion then combines with the calcium ion to form calcium fluoride, adding to the hydroxyapatite (97 % of enamel and 70 % of dentin) of the tooth, thus making it more resistant to acid dissolution.


• Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) free
• Sweetened with 10 % xylitol for a great taste


• Anti-caries
• Helps remineralize tooth enamel


Medicinal Ingredient
1.1 % Sodium Fluoride (5,000 ppm F)

Non-Medicinal Ingredients
Saccharin, carboxymethylcellulose, glycerin, mint flavor, purified water, sodium phosphate, xylitol

Clinical uses

• High risk caries
• Oncology treatment
• Tooth sensitivity





Directions for use

Adults and children 6 years and older
Once a day preferably at bedtime or following the recommendation of a dental professional
1. Use as a regular toothpaste.
2. Brush with a film of gel. Expectorate. (Children 6 to 16 : rinse mouth thoroughly)
3. Do not eat, drink or rinse for 30 minutes.

Children under 6 years of age
Consult a dental professional.

Once a day or following the recommendation of a dental professional
1. Brush and floss before wearing trays. Fill the grooves of the trays 1/3 full of gel. Do not over fill as it will extrude out.
2. Wear for 5 to 10 minutes. Expectorate.
3. Do not eat, drink or rinse for 30 minutes.

Medicinal Ingredient

Xylitol is a 100% natural sweetener derived from vegetable sources. Twenty years of research shows xylitol efficacy treating dry mouth and reducing tooth decay.


Excellent product for use post-radiation therapy.

- Christie, a patient


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  4. Maeharaa H., Iwamib Y., Mayanagia H., Takahashi N., Synergistic Inhibition by Combination of Fluoride and Xylitol on Glycolysis by Mutans Streptococci and Its Biochemical Mechanism, February 18, 2005. Caries Res 2005;39:521–528. [download]


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