Oralieve

You can find Oralieve on stand d11

Dry mouth can affect as many as 1 in 4 patients and can have a significant impact on oral health, as well as physical and psychological well-being.

Oralieve products have been specifically designed and tested with dry mouth sufferers to help supplement the natural protective enzyme system in saliva and provide effective, lasting relief for dry mouths.

Free from strong flavours, alcohol and SLS, Oralieve products help maintain oral health and improve comfort for those patients who may be suffering with dry mouth because of diabetes, polypharmacy, Sjögren’s syndrome, cancer treatment, depression or dementia.

More info

For more information visit: www.oralieve.co.uk

Updates

  • Postponed: Scottish Dental Show 2020

    In light of the latest advice from the UK and Scottish Governments, we have taken the decision to postpone this year’s Scottish Dental Show.

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  • Information for delegates, exhibitors and speakers regarding the COVID-19 outbreak

    Updated: 11 March 2020

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  • Session booking

    The Scottish Dental Show 2020 education programme booking system hasn’t opened yet as we are still finalising some content with speakers.

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  • Preparations in full swing for 2020

    After breaking previous records this year, preparations for the Scottish Dental Show 2020 – are well under way.

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    Dental technology can transform the way you and your teams work. From digital impressions with Primescan and surgical treatment planning with Simplant to 2D/3D CBCT radiography with the Orthophos imaging family, Dentsply Sirona provides comprehensive digital workflows so you can treat cases in less time, treat more complex cases with confidence and improve the predictability of treatment.

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Scottish Dental Show Sponsors

POSTPONED:
the Scottish Dental Show 2020

In light of the latest advice from the UK and Scottish Governments, we have taken the decision to postpone  this year’s Scottish Dental Show to a date later in 2020.