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  • Barry Gibberman, DMD, Cincinnati, OH
    I’ve been looking for an easy way to eliminate incipient interproximal lesions. Phocal disks seem to do just that. In less than a minute I was able to insert the disk under an IP contact with a small radiographic lesion. My patient felt nothing and the fluoride containing disk remained in place until it dissolved. How easy was that? Site specific fluoride application made easy! And with no discomfort or bad taste for my patient.
    ~ Barry Gibberman, DMD, Cincinnati, OH
  • Leslie W. Seldin, DDS, New York, NY
    Phocal disks allow fluoride to reach places that it has never gone before. This easily used therapy will be a valuable tool in the prevention and arresting of caries as well as the remineralization of compromised surfaces. Its versatility will give dentists a way to address incipient decay, not only in interproximal surfaces, but also many other sites in the dentition.
    ~ Leslie W. Seldin, DDS, New York, NY
  • Steven J. Mondre, DDS, New York, NY
    I have recently incorporated the use of Phocal Disks into my practice. The placement of the disks into interproximal sites is very easy to master, and I’ve found them to be a great asset for the prevention of caries and remineralization of incipient carious lesions. Phocal Disks should be added to any dental practice… Why “watch” small incipient caries, when now there is a simple, conservative treatment for such lesions?
    ~ Steven J. Mondre, DDS, New York, NY
  • Gail E. Schupak, DMD, New York, NY
    As an orthodontist, I am thrilled to use the Phocal fluoride disks to help prevent carious lesions from developing during care. They give me the ability to address incipient lesions that arise during orthodontic treatment to arrest their progression and to remineralize the area. Phocal disks are easy to place and should prove to be a valuable technique.
    ~ Gail E. Schupak, DMD, New York, NY