Biotene Fluoride Toothpaste for Dry Mouth Symptoms & Bad Breath Treatment

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Biotene Fresh Mint Fluoride Toothpaste helps protect your teeth while minimizing irritation. Made without sodium lauryl sulfate, this alcohol-free and sugar-free mint flavored toothpaste contains fluoride to help strengthen teeth and protect against cavities. Specially formulated not to irritate, Biotene toothpaste is ideal for those experiencing dry mouth symptoms, including bad breath, stickiness in the mouth, dryness in the mouth and chapped lips. Brush with Biotene fresh mint toothpaste at least twice daily as part of a regular oral care routine. For non-irritating tooth care, trust Biotene, the Number 1 dry mouth brand trusted by dentists.


  • One 4.3 oz tube of Biotene Fluoride Toothpaste for Dry Mouth Symptoms and Bad Breath, Fresh Mint
  • Non-irritating toothpaste ideal for those experiencing dry mouth symptoms
  • Fluoride helps protect against cavities and strengthen teeth for enhanced oral health
  • Sugar free and alcohol free toothpaste that's an effective breath freshener
  • Mint flavored toothpaste that refreshes your mouth
  • Comes in a toothpaste tube that is easy to store
  • Brush with Biotene toothpaste at least twice daily as part of your oral hygiene routine

What is Dry Mount?

Dry Mouth is a condition where your mouth feels uncomfortably dry. It can happen when your body doesn't produce enough saliva to keep your mouth moist. Symptoms vary from person to person and can range from being mild to severe. Common symptoms may include dryness in your mouth, a sticky feeling in the mouth, bad breath, feeling thirsty, difficulty swallowing or eating dry foods. Dry Mouth can be uncomfortable, and left untreated it can have consequences on your oral health. It may result in a greater risk of cavities and mouth infections.*

*Biotène not indicated for these conditions.

What Causes Dry Mouth?

There are a number of causes and conditions that can affect the production of saliva and result in Dry Mouth. Taking medications is the #1 cause of Dry Mouth. In fact, taking multiple medications may increase your risk of dry mouth by 40%. More than 500 different medications and treatments can cause dry mouth, including: 

  • Antidepressants
  • Blood pressure medications
  • Antihistamines
  • Decongestants
  • Anti-diabetic medications
  • Disease-modifying antirheumatic medications
  • Chemotherapy
  • Head and neck radiation