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ACT® Soothing Mint

Dry Mouth Lozenges

ACT® Dry Mouth Lozenges

ACT® Soothing Mint

Dry Mouth Lozenges

Freshen breath and help stimulate saliva flow—anytime, anywhere.

Xerostomia, or “dry mouth,” is a common condition that affects approximately 30% of adults over the age of 65.1 Often a side effect of certain medications, medical treatments and some medical conditions, xerostomia can cause discomfort to patients and their reduction in salivary flow can put them at risk for developing caries, demineralization and sensitivity.ACT® Dry Mouth Lozenges offer patients a great-tasting and convenient way to help stimulate saliva production on the go.3

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Freshen breath and help stimulate saliva flow—anytime, anywhere.

Xerostomia, or “dry mouth,” is a common condition that affects approximately 30% of adults over the age of 65.1 Often a side effect of certain medications, medical treatments and some medical conditions, xerostomia can cause discomfort to patients and their reduction in salivary flow can put them at risk for developing caries, demineralization and sensitivity.ACT® Dry Mouth Lozenges offer patients a great-tasting and convenient way to help stimulate saliva production on the go.3

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Benefits

  • Contains moisturizers and Xylitol
  • Sugar-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Alcohol-free
  • pH-neutral
  • Safe for use throughout the day
  • Great-tasting flavor encourages compliance

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Ingredients

Ingredients

Isomalt, xylitol, glycerin, water, natural and artificial flavors, sucralose, FD&C blue 1 (309-030)

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Patient and Professional Education

References:

1.

Ship, Jonathan A. (2003, Sept). Xerostomia in older adults: diagnosis and management. Geriatrics & Aging. 6(8):44-8. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/e167/7c9fca1139b1cfa8f73b250781685755a483.pdf.

2.

American Dental Association. (2018, Aug). Xerostomia (dry mouth). www.ada.org/en/member-center/oral-health-topics/xerostomia.

3.

Mickenautsch, S., et al. (2007). Sugar-free chewing gum and dental caries: a systematic review. J Appl Oral Sci. 15(2):83-8.

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