Biotene Dental - Oral Balance Mouth Moisturizing Toothpaste - 4.3 oz.
Biotene Dental Oral Balance Mouth Moisturizing Toothpaste is the only toothpaste with the Proven LP3 Oral Enzyme System that Boosts the Mouth's Natural Protection! Biotene Dry Mouth Toothpaste combines patented antibacterial enzymes with essential components to restore and strengthen your mouth's natural defense system. No other toothpaste increases your saliva's protection against harmful bacteria. Helps maintain a healthy oral environment to prevent irritations, cavities and bad breath. Helpful to anyone having difficulties maintaining good oral hygeine.
Biotene Dry Mouth Toothpaste is clinically tested to reduce bacteria associated with plaque, gingivitis and bad breath. Promotes healing of bleeding gums and inflammation. Helps reduce and prevent canker sores with sodium lauryl sulfate-free formula!
You may not realize you suffer from dry mouth until it causes serious dental problems. If you are experiencing two or more of the following, it's probably due to Dry Mouth.
- Constant Dry Feeling
- Sore or Bleeding Gums
- Excessive Plaque
- Cracked Lips
- Bad Breath
The most common cause of Dry Mouth are medications. More than 400 commonly used drugs can alter your saliva flow.
The Biotene product range covers toothpastes, mouth sprays, liquids, mouthwashes, gums and gels. All our products benefit from Biotene’s unique LP3 salivary enzyme-protein system.
This, plus Biotene’s moisturizing polymers, offer oral comfort and help strengthen saliva’s natural properties. With Biotene, you’ll have the confidence to enjoy life, to talk and eat with ease throughout the day.
What Is Dry Mouth?
Dry mouth is a persisten feeling that there is not enough saliva in your mouth, making talking and eating difficult or embarrassing. Saliva lubricates and protects your mouth from infection by bacteria, from chemicals in the atmosphere and from hot food and drinks. Saliva coats your teeth and protects them Reduced saliva flow can damage mouth tissue, cause dental decay and contribute to bad breath.
What are the Symptoms?
Sufferers often don't notice that they are suffering from dry mouth until their saliva flow has already dropped by 50 percent. Symptoms can include: a feeling of soreness in the mouth, stickiness to the touch and crackin at the corners of the mouth; the mouth looking red and parched, or having a peblled look to the tongue; difficulty eating dry or spice food; food just not tasting like it used to; difficulty speaking; a tendencey to wake up more ofen during the night; bad breath.