Trying to compare these two products is like comparing Apples to Oranges. Although both have good qualities they are completely different.
Let's start with what "stabilized chlorine dioxide" really is, which isn't chlorine dioxide at all. Chlorine dioxide is a gas, and what these products are using is actually sodium chlorite, which is classified as a salt. When you see this term, know that it is intentionally trying to mislead you, trying to make you believe that you will get similar results with a single solution, and this is just not the case. You do not get the same oxidizing properties as you do when you use activated chlorine dioxide. Take a look at this University of Iowa study:
Several of these products use "stabilized chlorine dioxide" to remove VSC's, but here you can really see the difference that OraCare can offer.
Activated chlorine dioxide is used in it's true gaseous form when you utilize OraCare. Common sense tells us that we can't hold gas in a bottle- it would just leak out very quickly! But when you utilize a two bottle system like OraCare, it allows you to create (activate) the gas each time for patient use and get superior results. There is a big difference, make sure you choose the right one for your patient.
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