Hyaluronan controls inflammation and promotes healing
Gengigel contains hyaluronan (a natural substance found in the connective tissues of the body). It controls inflammation and stimulates the production of new healthy tissue. To protect tooth enamel the pH is 6.5
Gengigel has no contraindications and is safe to use in pregnancy, with diabetes and is suitable for young children.
Gengigel can be used to help relieve:
- Mouth ulcers
- Receding Gums
- Care after oral surgery
- Oral lichen planus
In trials at the University of Rostock in Germany, scientists found it can boost tissue healing by up to a half, increase blood supply and reduce inflammation. Hyaluronan, the active agent in Gengigel, has been used for years by doctors to boost regrowth of connective tissue throughout the body.
Applying hyaluronan as a mouth rinse or gel strengthens cell walls and gets cells to stick together. The tissue grows back faster, while being able to resist re-infection.
Gengigel Gel is quite viscous and quite easy to apply to specific areas of ulceration or trauma, it should be gently massaged into the affected area with a clean finger or very soft brush.
My 8 year old has been using Gengigel mouthrinse and gel which our dentist recommended and which is available in Boots. The results are great it seems to reduce the pain quickly and make them heal quicker in a matter of a few days. Rachel
Dom says Gengigel consistently performs well in clinical trials, and was probably well before it's time, hyaluronan is now being touted in all sorts of healthcare and cosmetic products. Personally I have found it excellent for preventing cuts or abrasions in the mouth from becoming ulcerated. It works best if you can dry the area (if possible!) and then massage the gel in, rather than just applying a blob of it.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.