What does GC Dry Mouth Gel do?

What does GC Dry Mouth Gel do?

GC Dry Mouth Gel is used to provide comfort and relief for dry mouth conditions, to provide a protective coating for teeth and oral tissue, and to help control bad breath.

How do you dry your mouth with a GC?

Smear the gel over the buccal and lingual surfaces of teeth and oral mucosal tissues. GC Dry Mouth Gel should be applied anytime during the day as needed or at night before bed after normal tooth brushing.

What is the best product for dry mouth?

Try over-the-counter saliva substitutes — look for products containing xylitol, such as Mouth Kote or Oasis Moisturizing Mouth Spray, or ones containing carboxymethylcellulose (kahr-bok-see-meth-ul-SEL-u-lohs) or hydroxyethyl cellulose (hi-drok-see-ETH-ul SEL-u-lohs), such as Biotene Oral Balance.

How do you use dry mouth gel?

Take a generous amount of Dry Mouth Gel from the tube on to your finger, and then smear the gel over the sides of the teeth and oral tissues. This can be done anytime during the day as required. At night, before you go to bed, brush your teeth and then apply Dry Mouth Gel.

Does dry mouth gel work?

In clinical testing, we have shown that the oral rinse, gel and spray have an immediate and long-term effect. We have data to show that Biotène Spray, Oral Rinse and Gel provides symptom relief that lasts up to 4 hours*.

Which Biotene product is best?

Oral Solutions: The 5 Best Biotène Products for Dry Mouth Relief

  1. Biotène Original Fluoride Toothpaste. One of the best Biotène products (and the most affordable) is their fluoride toothpaste.
  2. ACT Dry Mouth Lozenges.
  3. Biotène Moisturizing Mouth Spray.
  4. Biotène OralBalance Moisturizing Gel.
  5. Biotène Mouthwash.

Is there a spray you can use for dry mouth?

Use Biotène® Moisturizing Spray whenever your mouth is feeling dry. It provides a quick, on-the-go solution that gives you instant Dry Mouth symptom relief. Biotène® Moisturizing Spray is portable, easy to apply and discreet to use.

What foods stimulate saliva production?

Eat and drink tart foods and liquids, such as lemonade, sugar-free sour candies, and dill pickles, to help stimulate the flow of saliva. Add extra liquid to foods to make them easier to chew and swallow. Drink water with meals.