It can be used to treat gingivitis, periodontitis and peri-implantitis.
BlueM Oral Gel speeds up wound healing after tooth extraction, implant placement, chemotherapy and other oral surgeries.
bluem® Oral Gel with rich oxygen gel specifically for healing of oral wounds
bluem® oral gel is especially designed by a team of implantologists, oral surgeons and dentists. The gel contains an extra high concentration of active oxygen this means that the tension of the said oxygen is increased in the mouth. This allows wounds in the mouth to heal faster. That’s why the bluem® oral gel is effective when you’re experiencing mouth problems.
bluem® oral gel contains a unique formula based on active oxygen and lactoferrin: both powerful ingredients with a synergistic effect. The gel is easy to apply locally on troubled spots or wounds in the mouth. It works quickly in curing many mouth problems, such as bloody and inflamed gums (periodontitis), inflammation around implants (peri-implantitis) and open wounds.
Many doctors use bluem® oral gel during or after surgical procedures. In addition, they recommend it to patients in order to stimulate healing of the wound(s). For example, after pulling teeth, after implantation, after chemotherapy or when you’ve wounds caused by badly fitting/fitted dentures.
Do you have gum disease? In this case, blue®m oral gel is effective too! Anaerobic bacteria cause gum problems. These bacteria don’t survive oxygen. The gel with active oxygen can be applied in pockets, on inflamed gums or around inflamed implants. It’s easy and effective!
For the best wound healing and an improved absorption of the active oxygen, it’s best to use multiple products simultaneously. The oral gel is specifically for local application, such as wounds or sores in the mouth. In addition, we recommend the use of bluem-toothpaste-without-fluoride and mouthwash. By rinsing and brushing your teeth with active oxygen, you’re taking care of the optimal tension of oxygen in your mouth. The end result: a faster wound healing and less risk of complications.