Xerostomia, Mucositis or Stomatitis

Reduced saliva flow promotes bacteria, which in turn can cause bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease. Most dry mouth patients are unaware of the serious risks they face. Medications, supplements, herbs, heightened physical activity and systemic imbalance are some of the factors playing a role in dry mouth or xerostomia. Patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy can develop oral mucositis or stomatitis. These conditions create inflammation and ulceration of the mucous membranes causing pain, oral systemic infection and nutritional compromise.

Patient Home Use Recommendation:

  • Using Alcohol-Free CloSYS Oral Rinse As Both A Wetting And Cleansing Agent
  • Using Flavor-Free CloSYS Oral Rinse To Help Reduce Tissue Pain
  • Swishing With CloSYS Oral Rinse, Or Using It As A Brush-On Agent Will Bring Relief And Comfort To Sore, Dry Mucous Membranes