Colgate® Dry Mouth Relief Fluoride Mouthwash

 

Colgate® Dry Mouth Relief Fluoride Mouthwash is formulated to provide fluoride protection to help prevent caries, and a tri-polymer system that coats the soft tissue in the mouth. Its Tri-Polymer System consists of the polymers xanthan gum, cellulose gum, and carbomer. Together they form a film coating the mucosal surfaces that holds in moisture to provide relief to a dry mouth.

Active Ingredient:
Sodium Fluoride 0.22mg/mL

Product Details

  • PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS
    • Contains 0.02% Sodium Fluoride
    • Soothing Relief
    • Alcohol-Free Formula
    • SLS-Free Formula
    • Great Taste, Mild Flavour
    PRODUCT BENEFITS
    • Helps to reduce the increased caries risk of dry mouth sufferers1
    • To provide dry mouth sufferers with the soothing relief they desire
    • To increase compliance
    • Great Taste

     

    *Better Health Victoria in consultation and approved by ADA Victoria, http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au 

    1. Leone CW, Oppenheim FG. Physical and chemical aspects of saliva as indicators of risk for dental caries in humans. J Dent Educ 2001; 65(10):1054-1062.

     

  • PRODUCT INDICATION:

    Specially formulated to provide relief for dry mouth sufferers.

     

    *Better Health Victoria in consultation and approved by ADA Victoria, http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au 

    1. Leone CW, Oppenheim FG. Physical and chemical aspects of saliva as indicators of risk for dental caries in humans. J Dent Educ 2001; 65(10):1054-1062.

     

  • ABOUT 1 IN EVERY 4 AUSTRALIANS SUFFER FROM DRY MOUTH SYMPTOMS.*

    Various factors can cause dry mouth, including medications, diseases such as diabetes and Sjögren's syndrome, and cancer treatment.*

    SIGNS OF DRY MOUTH:
    • Feeling of dryness in all of the oral mucosal surfaces, including the throat
    • Difficulty in chewing, swallowing or speaking
    • Aversion to dry foods
    • Sore tongue
    • Halitosis (bad breath)
    • Intolerance to spicy foods

    Having dry mouth can increase the risk of oral complications:

    • Saliva plays an essential role in the protection of hard and soft tissues and the support of oral functions.
    • Dry mouth may lead to an increase in dental caries and/or erosion, even in the presence of excellent oral hygiene 1

     

    *Better Health Victoria in consultation and approved by ADA Victoria, http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au 

    1. Leone CW, Oppenheim FG. Physical and chemical aspects of saliva as indicators of risk for dental caries in humans. J Dent Educ 2001; 65(10):1054-1062.