Collection: Products for Periodontitis

Periodontitis or gum disease can result in receding gums and even tooth loss if not treated at an early stage. The best way to care for periodontitis is by combining regular visits to your oral health specialist, practice good, daily oral hygiene with premium oral care products - like ours. PerioSciences Oral Care Systems and Dental Gel are backed by extensive research and collaboration with dental professionals, and are recommended by over 2600 dentists for their unique formulations that help maintain gum health.

Collection: Products for Periodontitis

A unique science-backed approach to oral care

The Root Cause Of Periodontal Disease (stage 1)

If we don’t practice good oral hygiene by brushing or flossing our teeth twice daily after meals and using mouthwash, then we risk exposing our teeth and gumline to a bacteria build-up known as plaque. When left unchecked, plaque can harden into tartar that will irritate your gums, cause inflammation, and eventually result in gingivitis and bleeding gums.

Stage 1 periodontitis is an advanced stage of gingivitis. It’s an infection that brings with it serious symptoms ranging from bad breath to bleeding gums, and you should make sure you see your dentist immediately if you believe you are suffering from periodontal disease.

Holistic Care for Healthy Gums

Our Oral Care System is an ideal way to take your oral care to the next level. Each system includes:

    Antioxidant toothpaste (our Hydrating, Sensitive, and Whitening toothpaste contains the maximum amount of Fluoride permitted for over-the-counter toothpaste to effectively tackle bacteria build-up)

These oral care products are specially formulated with our proprietary blend of antioxidants to work synergistically to soothe irritated gums, reduce inflammation, and promote the healing of damaged oral tissues.

Pair your oral care routine with our LED² Electric Toothbrush for a thorough clean that reaches deep into periodontal pockets. With advanced sonic technology, it provides gentle yet effective cleaning to support your fight against periodontitis.

Take It From The Pros

  • Dr. M. Crofcheck
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    "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

    Periodontist

    Houston, TX

  • Dr. S. John
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    "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

    Periodontist

    San Mateo, CA

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

    - Dr. J. Kim

    Periodontist

    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

    Periodontist

    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

    Periodontist

    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

    Periodontist

    Gainesville, FL

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