Some dental plans and drug plans cover Prevora but many do not.
There have been no reported serious side effects related to Prevora. Rarely, patients experience a short bitter taste, a coating sensation on the teeth or a tingling of the gums. These minor side effects last a few moments and are well tolerated.
High risk, complex needs patients will have much better oral health for long periods. These patients strongly adhere to the Prevora treatment plan.
Open caries lesions need to be attended prior to Prevora’s application. SDF or ISTs may be considered prior to application of Prevora.
The national dental code is 13601-13602. The hygiene code in Ontario is 00605.
The suggested price to your client is between $100 and $125 per treatment. Refer to the “Cost and Profit” tab on this website.
Two years from date of manufacture. Prevora needs to be stored in your clinic’s refrigerator at between 2 and 8 degrees Celsius.
For both new and existing high risk and complex needs patients, a short consultation is advised. Refer to the Consultation tab in this website. Also consider using the patient communication tools provided in the Resources tab of this website.
Regulations vary by province. Check with your provincial college. Ontario, Alberta and Quebec permit independent hygienists to use prescription drugs (e.g. Prevora) if they are applied in the hygiene practice.