hyaSEPT®  for the traumatized oral mucosa

hyaSEPT® is used for the healing and regeneration of the mucosa of the oral cavity, injuries to the gums and for the prophylaxis of irritations and inflammatory conditions. The hyaluronic acid contained in hyaSEPT® forms a barrier film against mechanical irritation, microorganisms and harmful substances. It is therefore ideal to use hyaSEPT® even after dental surgeries.

hyaSEPT® is specially developed for the care of the oral mucosa and for the protective maintenance treatment for inflammatory conditions and is designed for protection and the regeneration of damaged tissue. The use of a mouth rinsing solution containing hyaluronic acid for the prevention or improvement of inflammatory processes can provide improved oral hygiene and also prevent occurrence of secondary diseases.

rinse with hyaluronic acid

hyaSEPT® adheres to the oral mucosa

moisture protecting barrier after rinsing

Hyaluronic acid as a natural compomemt for oral health

Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the oral mucosa. In this location, together with other tissue components, it ensures firmness and elasticity of the mucous membranes and thus contributes to oral health.

Due to the excellent barrier features of hyaluronic acid, it is especially suitable or preventing the infiltration of microorganisms and damaging substances that contribute to the development of periodontal disease.

Hyaluronic acid covering the tissue with a moisture protection film

hyaluronic acid: significant properties that endorse its application in dentistry:

  • Hyaluronic acid plays an important role in the process of wound healing.
  • Hyaluronic acid can contribute towards reducing plaque formation.
  • Hyaluronic acid supports a healthy oral flora.
  • Hyaluronic acid is able to counteract dry mouth (moisture protecting barrier).

Hyaluronic acid can therefore contribute substantially towards the prevention and care of inflamed or damaged tissue.

Indications for hyaSEPT®:

  • Prophylaxis
  • Gingivitis, gingival bleeding, periodontal pockets, recession of gums
  • Tissue trauma such as tender spots caused by prostheses or braces or post dental surgeries
  • Controlling plaque
  • Aphthae
  • Dry mouth (moisture protecting barrier)
  • Bad breath (halitosis)

hyaSEPT® for the patient

Between 5 and 25% of the population in Germany suffers from painful, inflammatory damage of the mucous membrane of the gums (aphthae). They can be very painful and they strongly affect the lifestyles of the persons affected.

Hyasept is particularly suitable for these patients and offers them a therapy for home care.

hyaSEPT® is applied after brushing the teeth and also applied a few times during the day (as and when required). 5-10 ml of the hyaSEPT® fluid is measured using the measuring cup provided and flushed in the mouth for 1-2 minutes. Then the hyaSEPT® is spat out.

hyaSEPT® is an interesting option for patients with gingival problems, aphthae or bad breath, because many a time other forms of treatment have already been used with no success and hyaSEPT® brings a new ray of hope for these patients

hyaSEPT® in dental practice

For example, in professional dental cleaning the dental hygienist can use hyaSEPT® as an oral rinsing solution.

The dentist may recommend hyaSEPT® even after tooth extractions or implant surgeries, particularly because of its high substantivity and consequently a long-lasting barrier against mechanical irritations and microorganisms. This helps the patient to improve oral hygiene following dental treatment and also helps in wound healing.


hyaSEPT®: high purity and long-lasting protection

The biofermentative process used to manufacture the hyaluronic acid used in hyaSEPT® guarantees a high degree of purity and thus a particularly high tolerability. The adhesion of hyaSEPT® to the oral mucosa leads to optimal lasting protection even with natural salivation.

hyaSEPT® is suitable for use at home as well as for dental prophylaxis.

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