Collection: Dental Gel

Soothe the soft tissues of your mouth with our specially formulated dental gel. Recommended by dentists, it contains natural ingredients that are scientifically proven to support your saliva’s natural defenses – to help provide relief from oral discomfort.

Collection: Dental Gel

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What does PerioSciences AO ProVantage Dental Gel do?

Our dental gel is the result of years of research and consultation with the dentist community. It contains a patented blend of natural ingredients known for their antioxidant properties (the AO stands for antioxidant), and is designed to take your oral care to the next level. Cool and minty, it freshens your breath while helping to reduce feelings of oral sensitivity or discomfort caused by:

  • braces
  • dental implants
  • dental surgery
  • dry mouth
  • mouth burn (such as when you eat food that scalds the roof of your mouth)
  • tooth whitening procedures

It also promotes an improved appearance of your gums. Choose between our travel-friendly, On-The-Go AO ProVantage Dental Gel and our full-sized AO ProVantage Dental Gel. Subscribe to enjoy a 15% discount on all future orders.

Take It From The Pros

  • Dr. M. Crofcheck

    "I conduct many periodontal procedures each year. I recommend the PerioSciences products to all my patients as an important component of their home care regimen."

    - Dr. M. Crofcheck


    Houston, TX

  • Dr. S. John

    "Our post-op patients need time to heal and a good after care regimen. When they use AO ProVantage, their soft tissues instantly feel soothed/quickly feel much better."

    - Dr. S. John


    San Mateo, CA

  • Dr. J. Kim

    "The use of antioxidants to enhance and accelerate healing immediately after surgery is a new standard of care."

    - Dr. J. Kim


    Diamond Bar, CA

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    "I have recommended the AO Gel to my post-surgical patients for more than 5 years. Patients love the refreshing soothing effects when they use it as part of their home care/after care oral hygiene regimen."

    - Dr. E. Allen


    Dallas, TX

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    "PerioSciences is a part of my patients post-surgical protocol. All patients, even the healthiest ones, benefit from the soothing properties of PerioSciences gel, no matter what the condition."

    - Dr. D. Yu


    Austin, TX

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    "Topically applied antioxidants in AO ProVantage gel are known for their anti-inflammatory effects.* It is my go-to recommendation to support patient's healing after all periodontal procedures." *shown in laboratory studies

    - Dr. S. Low


    Gainesville, FL

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+ What is dental gel?
+ How do you apply oral gel?

We recommend you use our oral gel twice daily, after flossing and brushing, as part of your oral care routine. Squeeze a pea-sized amount of the oral gel onto a clean fingertip, cotton swab, or soft toothbrush, then apply the gel to the outside and inside of your upper and lower gums. Allow the gel to dissolve, and spit out any excess. Do not swallow the gel, and avoid eating or drinking for the next 30 minutes. The gel can also be applied to your tongue or the roof of your mouth.