At DENTAID, we have redesigned
the Xeros dentaid® website (www.xerosdentaid.es), offering specific information
about xerostomia and making it still easier for users to consult.
On the homepage under the
“What is xerostomia?” section, it specifies what this oral condition is, what
its signs and symptoms are, who suffers dry mouth, why it occurs and how this
problem affects the day-to-day life of those who suffer it, besides offering
solutions with products specifically formulated to treat this condition.
In general, xerostomia shows a prevalence of 20% to
40% and is most common in women, seniors and poly-medicated patients. This
prevalence is growing because of the large number of people who are currently
taking more than one medication, and it is therefore necessary to focus
attention on this group of patients.
“STOP DRY MOUTH!”, THE BLOG
A highly rated and interesting
section, both for professionals and people with dry mouth, the Xeros dentaid®
blog, “Stop Dry Mouth!” includes articles written by professionals from
different areas, such as oncologists, speech therapists or endocrinologists,
The tips and solutions posted may be useful for
patients who suffer from this problem day-to-day.
HOW TO PREVENT AND IMPROVE DRY MOUTH SYMPTOMS?
Xerostomia can affect the
day-to-day lives of those who suffer it. With these simple tips you can improve
saliva secretion to prevent the sensation of a dry mouth and to improve oral health.
Carry out strict oral hygiene
daily (avoiding mouthwashes containing alcohol).
Maintain adequate intake of water throughout the day.
Moisten your lips from time to time and apply lip balms.
Eat cured cheeses, fruits and vegetables more often to increase
Dry, sticky, sugary, spicy, acidic, salty, very cold or very hot foods
should be avoided.
- Avoid caffeine and
Avoid irritating products that
contain caffeine or alcohol.
To moisturise the oral cavity,
Xeros dentaid® offers a toothpaste and a mouthwash for daily use. Additionally,
for those who require further moistening, the range includes a long-lasting
These formulations contain the
Betaine – Xylitol – Allantoin
– Sodium Fluoride – Aloe Vera*
* Only in the gel.
To stimulate the natural
production of saliva, in cases where the salivary glands function either fully
or partially, Xeros dentaid® offers a spray, tablets and chewing gum that are
convenient to apply away from home thanks to their compact packaging.
These products contain the
Malic Acid – Xylitol – Sodium
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