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    Oral Tissue Regeneration

    What is Aminogam?

    ​​Aminogam® products are medical devices that contain hyaluronic acid and amino acids, which leads to a significant decrease in pain and a quicker wound repair of any kind. These products can be used as an adjuvant in process of new tissue development after ulcers or wounds of the gums and oral cavity.
    Aminogam is a patented combination of Hyaluronic acid and Essential Amino acids: Hyaluronic acid is one of the major constituents of connective tissue, which gives our skin structure, and selected Amino Acids for collagen production; they are the building blocks for protein.

    Clinically proven benefits of Aminogam after many pieces of research

    • Significantly Enhances healing, thus decreasing discomfort ​
    • Reduces pain ​
    • Maintains the hydration of the surgical area​
    • Protects the surgical wound 

    How to use Aminogam?​

    Aminogam Gel, Mouth wash, and Spray can be used per your oral trauma area. It is recommended to follow your Dentist's instructions.​

    When should I use it?​

    The mouth's soft tissues, collectively known as the oral mucosa, cover the lips, gums, soft and hard palate, cheeks, and floor of the mouth. Our oral cavity tissues enable salivation, disease protection and pain detection.​ However, it is not uncommon to develop an injury to oral tissue due to physical, chemical or thermal trauma during/after a dental procedure or even at home.

    It is recommended to apply Aminogam after standard oral hygiene and after every meal (approximately 3-4 times a day for visible results).

    Aminogam® is ideal in these situations:

    • Aphthous ulcers/canker sores
    • Tooth extraction
    • Gum surgeries
    • Oral Donor site
    • Laceration of oral tissue due to prostheses
    • Orthodontic appliances
    • Tongue inflammation due to various etiology
    • Burning mouth syndrome
    • Scaling root planning 
    • Orthodontic braces injuries
    • Scaling
    • Lichen planus
    • Pemphigus lesions
    • Implant recovery surgeries
    • Hot food burns
    • Bleeding
    • Denture injuries