Collection: Products For Gum Health

Gingivitis or inflammation of the gums affects up to 60% of young adults and 90% of older adults. This shows why it’s so important to take care of your teeth and your gums. Our products for gum health do exactly that. Recommended by dentists, they offer a novel approach to oral care, using natural ingredients known to have antioxidant and antibacterial properties that work to keep your teeth strong and your gums happy and healthy.

Collection: Products For Gum Health

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Maintaining Happy, Healthy Gums

Our products for gum health are the result of over a decade of research and consultation with the dentist community, and are specially formulated to promote good gum health.

If you have burnt the roof of your mouth or are experiencing a feeling of a dry mouth or irritated gums, then try our Dental Gel. Cool and flavorful, it uses a combination of our patented antioxidant formula with Xylitol and essential oils to soothe your mouth and nourish oral soft tissue with antioxidants.

Or you can explore our range of Oral Care Systems, developed to promote good gum health while targeting specific oral issues. Each system contains mouthwash, toothpaste, and dental gel.

The products in our Hydrating Oral Care System contain unique ingredients including Prickly Ash Bark and Cone Flower Extract that support moisture retention to tackle feelings of dryness. If you’re experiencing feelings of sensitivity, possibly from receding gums, then you may want to try our Oral Care System For Sensitive Teeth. The Fluoride and Potassium Nitrate toothpaste in this system is clinically proven to reduce sensitivity in 72 hours. Our Whitening Oral Care System is designed to maximize teeth whitening benefits, and contains Hesperetin to sooth gum inflammation caused by whitening treatments. And if you prefer an oral care approach that’s free of harsh chemicals and gentle on your gums and teeth, then our Natural Oral Care System is perfect for you. Antioxidant Green Tea Catechins work to gently clean your teeth and neutralize compounds that cause bad breath.

From our Blog

  1. Pumpkin Oil Health Benefits
    PerioSciences Account May 10, 2023

    Pumpkin Oil Health Benefits

    As fall approaches, the pumpkin patches fill up with families looking to pick and carve the perfect jack o lantern. But as it turns out, there might be more smiles in store than just the one on the pumpkins. Why? Because this hearty round squash actually has some surprisingly big health benefits for your oral hygiene.

  2. Signs You May Have A Dental Issues
    Ericka Simancas Sep 19, 2023

    Signs You May Have A Dental Issues

    Oral health should be just as important as your overall health and an essential part of your well-being. Your smile not only is the first thing that welcomes strangers or new acquaintances in, but it can also be a sign of other health problems.

  3. What Do Bleeding Gums Mean?
    Ericka Simancas Jun 07, 2023

    What Do Bleeding Gums Mean?

    Occasionally, when brushing or flossing your teeth, you may notice that your gums bleed a little bit. For most people, it is usually nothing. Maybe you were brushing a little harder than normal or you hadn’t flossed in a while.

  4. Should You Brush Or Floss First?
    Ericka Simancas Apr 06, 2023

    Should You Brush Or Floss First?

    When you brush your teeth using a fluoride toothpaste, you are actively getting rid of food particles and dental plaque (sticky yellowish-white film that forms on your teeth after eating a meal).

  5. Salt Mouth Rinse Benefits
    Ericka Simancas Sep 19, 2023

    Salt Mouth Rinse Benefits

    While many people only consider using a mouth rinse as a way to freshen the breath, these products offer a lot more benefits. Together with brushing and flossing, mouth rinses ensure good oral hygiene and reduce the chances of gum disease, tartar, plaque and many other problems linked with poor oral health.

  6. What Foods Are Good For Your Teeth?
    John Kelly Jun 07, 2023

    What Foods Are Good For Your Teeth?

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  • Total health is important to me, so PerioSciences is the only toothpaste and mouth rinse I put into my body.

    - Erin J.

    Austin, TX

  • HALLELUJAH. PerioSciences is the only product I’ve found that works! No more sensitivity and the canker sores are gone! I’m so thankful!

    - Kathy H.

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  • Great product! Alcohol free and a great taste. It doesn’t burn your mouth like other mouth rinses.

    - Kristin S.

    Oklahoma City, OK

  • Who knew antioxidants were also important for your teeth. This White Care toothpaste really helped get rid of the discoloration on my teeth caused by coffee.

    - Chidi Y.

    San Jose, CA

  • I got the gel to use after I had teeth pulled. My gums felt great and it was very soothing. You definitely can’t go wrong using this.

    - Becca G.

    McAllen, TX

  • The PerioSciences Sensitive Oral Care System actually improved the overall condition of my gums and sensitivity. I’ve been a faithful user twice a day and it offers rouond-the-clock relief.

    - Kris F.

    Santa Monica, CA

  • The Sensitive toothpaste is much better than Sensodine. The taste is pleasant and the paste is not chalky.A tube lasts a long time.

    - Javier R.

    Seattle, WA

  • Excellent products! They were recommended by my dentist.

    - Brittany C.

    Bainbridge, WA


+ How can I make my gums healthy again?
+ What is the best toothpaste for bleeding gums?

The best toothpaste for bleeding gums is one developed to thoroughly clean your teeth and promote good gum health. For example, our Toothpaste For Sensitive Teeth contains Fluoride and Potassium Nitrate to gently clean and strengthen teeth, and soothe and calm sensitivity in the mouth. It’s clinically proven to reduce sensitivity in 72 hours. It’s worth knowing, what do bleeding gums mean? There are many causes, though typically it’s because of gingivitis or periodontal disease. Gingivitis is a gum disease that occurs when plaque stays on the gums for too long. And periodontitis is an advanced stage of gingivitis as a result of tartar buildup. The treatment for gingivitis is to practice good oral health to remove plaque. Make sure you brush your teeth twice a day and use dental floss once a day. If the bleeding persists, consult a dentist as soon as you can.