applicable to all kinds of reasons for oral ulcer caused by protection and treatment.
Oral Ulcer Patch is a vacuum-dried hydrogel that adheres to oral mucosa. It is slowly reverts to a soft and gel-type thin sheet in the oral environment while it adheres to and protects affected tissue as a physical barrier to reduce irritation and pain.
The clinical trials of Oral Ulcer Patch were conducted using a double-blinded method on 90 patients with recurrent oral mucosal ulcers at the multi-centered national key dental schools authorized by the Chinese SFDA according to the current good clinical practice procedures.
Product composition and structure :
This product is the composition and structure of chitosan and polyvinyl alcohol, according to a certain proportion and specific process made of thin film.
1, the goods can be covered on the surface of adhesion, oral ulcer, and in a certain period of time to maintain membrane integrity, protection of oral cavity ulcer effect.
2, this product can reduce food, drinking water, saliva for oral ulcer surface stimulation, quickly relieve oral ulcer pain.
3, this product can promote the healing of oral ulceration, shorten the course of disease.
4, the goods without drugs, non-toxic non-irritating, good biological compatibility.
Packing & Delivery
Specifications, size: Circular 1 cm x 1cm ( other specifications, size can be customized manufacturing)
Packaging specifications: a pack of 8 pieces ( packaging specifications can be customized manufacturing ).
Package: medicinal bag.
How to use
Pop the patch out of its packaging and hold the patch using clean and dry finger(s) to the affected ulcer for a few seconds. Leave the patch on the ulcer surface until the patch is degraded. Apply the patch half an hour before meals for the best effect.
This patch takes natural calcium and phosphorus elements as its main ingredients. Since it does not contain any drugs or other biological components, this product does not have any side effect on humans
It is indicated for use with all types of ulcers and small wounds of the oral mucosa including canker sores, aphthous ulcers, and injuries such as traumatic ulcers caused by self-biting, braces, and ill-fitting dentures.