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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

d a reduction in the sensation of dry mouth vs. 20% of the leading mouthwash users
  • There was a 1.5-fold increase in unstimulated whole saliva flow (UWSF) after 30 minutes in the group using the muco-adhesive patch
  • In addition, 70% of patients treated with the muco-adhesive patch reported they would continue using the product in the future, compared to only 30% who would continue using the leading mouthwash

  • For more information about dry mouth and OraMoist, visit www.oramoist.com.

    (1) Doron J. Aframian, DMD, PhD; Boaz Mizrahi, PhD; Igal Granot, DMD; Abraham J. Domb, PhD, "Evaluation of a mucoadhesive lipid-based bioerodable tablet compared with Biotene mouthwash for dry mouth relief – a pilot study," Quintessence International, March 2010.

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