NeutraSal Oral Rinse Eliminates Dry Mouth Symptoms
NeutraSal® is a prescription strength oral rinse for xerostomia that helps improve a range of symptoms.
This dry mouth oral rinse features a supersaturated calcium phosphate formulation that mimics saliva to help repair and protect oral tissues, restore healthy oral pH balance, and reduce S.mutans bacteria levels to help prevent dental caries.
NeutraSal® has demonstrated efficacy in helping mend painful, inflamed epithelial tissues, addressing demineralization to help maintain healthy tooth structure, and relieving discomfort associated with inflammation of the mucosa.
NeutraSal® is easy for patients to use 2 to 10 times a day, as needed, with single-use packets that dissolve in water. This dry mouth oral rinse is nonsystemic with no anticipated adverse effects and no known interactions with medicinal or other products.
For more information, visit www.neutrasal.com
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