Testimonials

Holistic, and most other Dental Hygienist and patients everywhere prefer to use organic, all-natural products. That’s why we created Proganics™. Don’t take our word for it, see what our loyal customers are saying:

Proganics has been my paste of choice for years. Our patients appreciate a product with organic and natural ingredients. This product is not only a superior product for stain removal, but has a clean herbal mint taste.”
Cynthia S., RDH, BS
Julian Center for Comprehensive Dentistry
Over the years we have used Proganics™ All Natural Prophy Paste in our office. Our patients love the way their teeth feel so clean and fresh after each dental hygiene cleaning.
Linda Golden, DDS
Golden Dental Wellness Center
I discovered that, because this All-Natural Prophy Paste ™ is so alkalizing, the plaque was easier to take off and remove heavy stains. As a result my patient’s teeth became 2 shades whiter!
Kathleen, RDH
California
My husband and I use this prophy paste to help keep our bodies in good shape. The almost instant effect of it being in the oral cavity and so close to the brain and thyroid allow for renewed energy not to mention it clears out the throat of any bacteria trying to attack the tonsils
Trudy Schuckers, RDH
California

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PRODUCT REVIEW

Proganics™ All Natural Prophy Paste is designed to be a safe, healthy alternative to traditional fluoride and chemical-based prophy paste.

Proganics™ All Natural Prophy Paste is designed to be a safe, healthy alternative to traditional fluoride and chemical-based prophy paste.

Composed of 100% all-natural ingredients, the paste uses bentonite clay to naturally whiten stained teeth, as well as alkalized ionic minerals and calcium carbonate for nutrients vital to effective remineralization. Plus, the white bentonite clay and sea salt regulate the pH of the mouth and neutralize damaging acidity.

For more information about Proganics™ All Natural Prophy Paste, call 1-888-558-9188.

INDUSTRY ARTICLES

Potential fluoride toxicity from oral medicaments: A review