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Oragenics EvoraPro probiotic now in 90-day supply

EvoraPro contains ProBiora3, which has three strains of beneficial bacteria that help maintain an optimal balance in the mouth.

Oragenics Inc., a world leader in probiotics for oral health products for humans and companion pets, announced its EvoraPro professional-strength oral care probiotic is now available in a 90-day supply.

At the core of EvoraPro is Oragenics' patented probiotic technology, ProBiora3. When applied following a cleaning or scaling, ProBiora3 accelerates the repopulation of beneficial bacteria. This safe, easy to use and completely natural probiotic mint extends the clean "fresh from the dentist" feeling. These beneficial bacteria bind to teeth and go deep under the gingival margin, crowding out undesirable bacteria.

"We are excited to offer EvoraPro in a 90-day supply to our dental partners. The 90-day supply is more affordable and convenient for patient visits," stated Peter Maroon, Oragenics Dental Channel Director.

EvoraPro naturally supports gum and tooth health while freshening breath and whitening teeth. The active ingredient, ProBiora3, was developed by Oragenics' Founder, Dr. Jeffrey Hillman, D.M.D., Ph.D., during more than 25 years of research, which began at the Harvard-affiliated Forsyth Institute in Boston and continued at the University of Florida. ProBiora3 contains three strains of beneficial bacteria that help maintain an optimal balance in the mouth. It is 100 percent natural and is made in the USA in an FDA-registered and GMP-certified facility ensuring safety, quality and efficacy.

EvoraPro is available immediately through Henry Schein and Patterson Dental.

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