ATRIDOX is an antibiotic gel that is placed at infected periodontal pockets. Once in the pocket, the gel solidifies into a waxy substance. This allows it to remain in the region and gradually release medication for up to six weeks after placement.
How does ATRIDOX work?
ATRIDOX gradually releases antibiotic medication to treat ongoing disease. ATRIDOX contains an antibiotic called doxycycline-hyclate. It kills bacteria associated with periodontal disease to stop the disease's progression. Pairing antibiotic treatment with SRP has shown that most thorough results.