New Version of OraCoat XyliGel Provides Effective Remedy for Day and Nighttime Dry Mouth

Posted on November 16, 2016

OraCoat, a division ofOraHealth Corp., the world leader in the breakthrough technology of oral adhering discs, recently launched a new version of OraCoat® XyliGel®. Formulated with all-natural ingredients, XyliGel coats the mouth with 17% xylitol and oral lubricant to help relieve the symptoms of xerostomia (dry mouth) for those who have very low levels of saliva or prefer to use a gel.

Dry mouth is the subjective sensation of dryness experienced during the daytime and nighttime when an insufficient amount of saliva is produced. While mild or occasional oral dryness occurring especially during sleep is considered normal in healthy individuals, excessive ongoing dryness leads to, among other things, disturbed sleep, difficulty chewing and swallowing, tongue roughness, frequently drinking liquids at night, and rampant tooth decay.

Effective for both daytime and nighttime usage, XyliGel stimulates saliva production and coats the mouth and lips. The gel is pH buffered to the optimal range for the mouth, pH 7.4, and is non-acidic. “It’s our mission to provide the market with safe and effective all-natural oral care remedies,” stated Jeff Haley, Founder, CEO, and Chief Scientist of OraHealth Corporation. “XyliGel not only treats many of the symptoms associated with dry mouth, it also has a favorable vanilla taste for its users to enjoy.”

This soothing gel reduces plaque and new cavities and can decrease long-term tooth decay.* XyliGel is the newest member of the OraCoat® brand family of products which includes XyliMelts® oral adhering discs, rated by a Clinicians Report® survey as the most effective remedy for combating dry mouth.

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*Documentation of these statements available upon request.

Survey of 1168 dentists, March 2016 Clinicians Report®, an independent, non-profit, dental education and product testing foundation. The full report is available on

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