OraCoat XyliMelts for Dry Mouth
- Mint Free
- GMO Free
- use while sleeping and daytime
- Stimulates saliva production to relieve dryness of the mouth
- Helps reduce the incidence of cavities
- Rated "most effective" by dentists
- 40 pieces
Directions for Use: Place tan adhesisve side on gums or molar, upper or lower, white side touching cheek.
Recommended Dose (Adults):
Before bedtime: Use 2 pastilies while sleeping, one on each side of the mouth.
During the day:Use 1 or 2 pastille(s) as needed (4-8 times a day).
To reduce the incidence of cavities:Use at least 6 pastilles per day.
Medicinal Ingredient: Xylitol (corn cobs)........550mg
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Acacia gum, cellulose gum, hydroxyproplcellulose, magnesium sterate, sodium bicarbonate, calcium carbonate.
Cautions and Warnings: A gradual introduction to Xylitol is recommended since it could have a mild laxative effect. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are in early pregnancy ( first two trimesters) or if you are breastfeeding.
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MECHANISM OF ACTION
XyliMelts’ medicinal grade xylitol is the only one indicated by Health Canada to stimulate salivation during sleep. It does not only hydrate the mouth for a short period of time, it actually stimulates the salivary process. In fact, its delightful taste, combined with its sweet and intensely refreshing effect, stimulates the nervous system, which generates an extremely efficient increase of the oral pH and salivary flow.
• CPAP machine users
• Oncology treatment
• Sjogren’s syndrome
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Place tan adhesive side on the outside of a molar and/or adjoining gums (upper or lower), white side touching cheek.
2 pastilles while sleeping, 1 on each side of the mouth or as needed. Lasts 4 to 6 hours.
During the day
1 to 2 pastilles, 3 to 7 times a day or as needed. Lasts 1 to 3 hours.
• Do not adhere to the roof of the mouth to enhance comfort.
• A gradual introduction to xylitol is recommended since it could have a mild laxative effect in the case of excessive consumption.
• Risk of toxicosis and hypoglycemia for dogs.