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DenTek™ OraMoist® Dry Mouth Relief Patch

DenTek®'s OraMoist® Dry Mouth Patchprovides long-lasting, time-released moisture for up to 4 hours.

  • Clinically proven to temporarily relieve dry mouth
  • Time released to work up to 4 hours, ideal for day or night
  • Unique patch stays on while eating and drinking
  • Sugar and alcohol free - With Xylitol


Adults and children 5 years of age and older:

INDICATIONS: OraMoist® Patches promote lubrication of the oral mucosa that may be dry, due to side effects of medication, chemo or radiation therapy, or as a symptom of Sjoren's syndrom, or becuase of oral inflammation. OraMoist® Patches provide temporary relief of dry mouth, for 2-4 hours per use.

DIRECTIONS: Place the OraMoist® patch on clean, dry finger with the convex, or round, pink side up. Place the pink side on either side of the roof of the mouth (palate) halfway back and hold in place for 10 seconds. The patch will adhere to the palate for 2-4 hours and then dissolve. Alternate application / Denture Wearers: The patch may be applied to any soft tissue inside the mouth, such as the inside of the cheek. Do not attach to dentures or appliances.

RESIDUE: If any residue remains after OraMoist® dissolves, rinse with warm water until it can be removed.


Annuto, Calcium Carbonate, Carbomer Homopolymer Type A, Citric Acid, Flavor, Glucose oxidase, Hydroxypropyl cellulose, Lactoferrin, Lysozyme, Magnesium stearate, Providone K90, Silicon Dioxide, Sodium Chloride, Triglycerides, Xylitol.
Other information: contains 10 mg per patch of sodium. Contains ingredients derived from milk and egg whites.  No sugar, glucose or preservatives. Do not store in excessive heat.


Do not use on children under 5 years old without consulting a physician. Do not use any instrument to remove the patch. Rinse with warm water until it can be easily peeled off with finger. If swelling or rash develops where the patch is attached to the mouth, discontinue use. If rash worsens, consult a health care professional. Keep out of reach of children.

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