HOBAGEL

New generation biphasic gel,

medical device

Hobagel is effective for irritated gums and gum bleeding. It helps in fighting plaque and tartar formation and it contributes to the decrease of plaque in the mouth. Hobagel is recommended for patients with orthodontic and prosthetic appliances at risk of mucous lesions, gingivitis and gum bleeding. It prevents the formation of caries and white lesions. Its constant use protects against acids and helps in fighting halitosis.

Hobagel

Hobagel

Chemical
composition

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Hobagel contains essential oils, cetylpyridinium chloride and triclosan, which improve gingival inflammation indexes and significantly reduce the amount of bacterial plaque. Other effective ingredients are Sodium monofluorophosphate and sodium fluoride, Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca) for aromatherapy, which promotes the control of analgesia, gingivitis, and mouth ulcers. The gelatin and Arabic gum microcapsules protect bisabolol and vitamin E from oxidation by promoting
anti-irritant and soothing action.

Hobagel contains Syloblanc (amorphous silica, inert crystalline) that guarantees controlled abrasion (30 RDA) and enamel protection. Xylitol, with a moisturizing effect, reduces the incidence of caries. Hyaluronic acid enhances moisturizing, healing and soothing action. Recent clinical trials demonstrate efficacy in reducing the bacterial burden and gingival bleeding.

Product plus

Clinical evaluation

of a group of patients with gingivitis after using a cetylpyridinium chloride, triclosan and essential oils

Graphic #1

Plaque index variations in the
“test group” treated with gel at the
phases of the research.

Graphic #2

Bleeding index variations
in the “test group” that used the gel
throughout the quarterly search term.

Bibliography
Hobagel

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