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New Study Findings Could Help Millions Who Suffer From Dry Mouth: Over-The-Counter Muco-Adhesive Patch Outperforms Leading Oral Rinse
Date:3/22/2010

ke dry mouth sprays, rinses or gels, which need to be applied frequently – sometimes every 20 minutes – OraMoist works to increase moisture and help restore a healthy oral environment for hours at a time, day or night, and can even be used by those with dental appliances, such as dentures. It moistens and lubricates the mouth with time-released lipids, citrus oil and sea salt, while simultaneously stimulating saliva production and inhibiting bacterial growth and promoting oral health with enzymes and xylitol.

"Oral disorders such as dry mouth and canker sores require long residence of the active remedy in the mouth or the disease site for effective treatment. Muco-adhesive patches made of safe ingredients that adhere to the oral mucosal tissue and slowly erode while releasing active remedies for two to six hours provide the desired residence time for effective therapy," said Professor Abraham J. Domb, PhD, Institute of Drug Research, School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine at the Hebrew University, co-author of the new published study, inventor of the muco-adhesive time-released patch and world-renowned for his work in biodegradable polymers. "This novel approach of time-released delivery has proven to be a successful and desirable approach to treating chronic conditions that affect millions of people, and can be disruptive to their lifestyle."

The evolution of the muco-adhesive patch has found commercial viability in treating canker sores as well because the patch can also act as
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