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Stay cool, comfortable, and refreshed with our hydrating dental products. They offer a unique approach to oral care – specially formulated using botanicals and proven natural moisturizers, they tackle uncomfortable feelings of dryness while freshening breath. They’re also recommended by dentists. Shop our range to experience revitalizing, long-lasting freshness!

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What Is Dry Mouth?

Dry mouth, or xerostomia, is a condition where your mouth is dry due to a lack of saliva. This can be uncomfortable to experience. What’s more, it can lead to bad breath, or halitosis, as a result of an increase in bacteria buildup when saliva levels are low.

There are many causes of dry mouth, including:

  • dehydration
  • stress and nervousness
  • exercise
  • medications
  • tobacco and alcohol consumption

What Can I Do About Dry Mouth?

Fortunately, you have options available to you to treat dry mouth symptoms. These include our hydrating dental products, which have been developed in association with the dental community.

Our Hydrating Toothpaste contains Sodium Hyaluronate – which moisturizes your oral cavity - and other natural ingredients that work to help support your saliva’s natural defenses and keep your mouth hydrated. It also has the maximum permitted level of Fluoride in an over-the-counter toothpaste to protect your teeth.

Our Hydrating Mouthwash contains breath-freshening Zinc compounds that work alongside moisture-enhancing ingredients – such as Spilanthes Acmella Extract and Cone Flower Extract. The result is an effective breath-freshening mouthwash that helps restore the feelings of natural moisture. It’s also alcohol-free and sugar-free.

Our cool and flavorful On-The-Go Dental Gel is packed with Xylitol and natural ingredients known for their antioxidant properties to freshen your breath and soothe and nourish your soft oral tissue.

If you’re looking to take your oral care routine to the next level, consider trying our Hydrating Oral Care System, which comes with all three of the above hydrating dental products. Pair it with our LED2 Electric Toothbrush – capable of reaching sonic speed to deep clean your teeth gently and effectively.

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

From our Blog

  1. Mouth Dry When I Wake Up
    Ericka Simancas Mar 20, 2024

    Mouth Dry When I Wake Up

    Next to waking up with a numb arm, waking up with a bone dry mouth in the morning can be one of the worst ways to start your day. For some people some simple changes in habit can help prevent dry mouth in the morning, but for others the issue may be more serious. If you are concerned that you’re consistently waking up in the morning with this condition, please contact your doctor immediately.

  2. Where Does Bad Breath Come From?
    Ericka Simancas Mar 28, 2024

    Where Does Bad Breath Come From?

    Bad breath or halitosis is something we’ve all suffered from at some point, but where does it come from? Bad breath can come from many different odor-causing reactions within your mouth, some are mundane and others can be signs of more serious conditions.

  3. Signs You May Have A Dental Issues
    Ericka Simancas Mar 28, 2024

    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.

  4. Foods That Help With Bad Breath
    Ericka Simancas May 04, 2023

    Foods That Help With Bad Breath

    Bad breath is always inconvenient, there is no good time to have bad breath. Unfortunately, it happens to the best of us and can creep up at any moment. The good news is: there are foods to help stop bad breath! Foods rich in antioxidants are great for masking bad breath. Check out our list of foods to help stop bad breath and a dry mouth. 

  5. What's the Relationship Between Dry Mouth And Bad Breath?
    Ericka Simancas Mar 20, 2024

    What's the Relationship Between Dry Mouth And Bad Breath?

    Dry mouth is an unfortunate occurrence that can cause bad breath. In turn, this may cause anxiety or low-self esteem in some individuals due to their bad breath. Dry mouth typically occurs when the saliva production has slowed down and is not producing enough saliva to keep your mouth wet.

  6. Is Dry Mouth A Sign Of Dehydration?
    Ericka Simancas Feb 07, 2024

    Is Dry Mouth A Sign Of Dehydration?

    Dry mouth is most commonly caused by dehydration, which usually means your body does not have enough fluids in it to produce an adequate amount of saliva for your mouth. However, there are some potential underlying conditions that may be causing your dry mouth and these are important to note as well.

  7. Salt Mouth Rinse Benefits
    Mackenzie Blinn Apr 09, 2024

    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.

  8. Can Allergies Cause Dry Mouth?
    PerioSciences Account Feb 07, 2024

    Can Allergies Cause Dry Mouth?

    When allergy season is in full swing, it can affect many aspects of your life including your oral health. Unfortunately, allergies can contribute to dry mouth and this, in turn, can lead to poor oral hygiene and oral health. Allergies tend to cause an increased production of mucus, running eyes, and lots of sneezing. When this happens, those who suffer from allergies are more likely to breathe through their mouth, rather than their nose. Constant mouth breathing can cause a feeling of dry mouth.

Thousands of 5-star reviews!

  • 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.Fredericksburg, TX
  • 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
  • FAQs

    + What is the best toothpaste to use if you have dry mouth?
    + How do you keep your mouth moist at night?

    It’s not uncommon to experience dry mouth at night. There are plenty of causes including mouth breathing, medications, and tobacco and alcohol consumption. To tackle the problem, we recommend the following: (1) practice good oral hygiene, (2) stay hydrated during the day, (3) use a hydrating Fluoride toothpaste, and (4) use a hydrating mouth rinse or moisturizing gel that works to help maintain moisture levels in your mouth.