Mouthwatering Lozenges
Relieving Dry Mouth symptoms

 Recommended
by Dentists 

  • HAp⁺ is a powerful saliva stimulant
    - it stimulates 20x the unstimulated saliva 

  • 3x times as effective as chewing gum 

  • HAp⁺ is an acidic yet non-erosive lozenge, which relieves the symptoms of dry mouth and helps your teeth stay healthy with powerful saliva stimulation.

  • HAp⁺ is recommended by the Icelandic Dental Association, clinically tested and patented worldwide.

  • HAp⁺ is sugar-free

  • Comes in 6 great flavours

  • Low CGI - suitable also for diabetics

  • Low caloricGluten free, lactose free, egg free, vegan.

HAp⁺    is unique among
Saliva Stimulants

Which flavours should I choose?

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  • Saliva is the immune system in the Oral Cavity (mouth and teeth). Saliva is 99% water and 1% dry substance in form of protein and salt.

  • Saliva fights germs in your mouth and prevents bad breath, and keeps your mouth moist and comfortable, and helps you chew, taste, and swallow.

  • Saliva has proteins and minerals that protect tooth enamel and prevent tooth decay and gum disease - and it helps keep dentures securely in place.

  • Dry Mouth may lead to oral health problems and should be taken seriously.  Ask your dentist for advice.

HAp⁺   relieves the symptoms of dry mouth and helps your teeth stay healthy with powerful saliva stimulation

  • Most of us do not pay much attention to our saliva, but for large groups of the population “dry mouth” is a problem ranging from being barely noticeable to severely reducing quality of life.

  • 1 in 4 of the overall population
    experiences dry mouth.

  • And as we age, more of us will experience dry mouth: 50% of over 65 year olds have dry mouth.

  • Dry mouth is often a side-effect of many medications.

  • Severe dry mouth may also be caused by arthritis in the form of Sjogren's Syndrome, or having radiotherapy treatment to the head and neck.

  • The majority of athletes, whatever the sport, complain of dry mouth.

  • Your dentists can see and warn about the effects of dry mouth.

  • Ask your dentist for advice.

Why is Saliva so Important?

 
 

Ósk Magnúsdóttir,
Child Carer

I have a history of periodontitis, and after I began using HAp lozenges  several times during the day my symptoms have disappeared. My dentist is over the moon with the results and encourages me to continue using it after each meal and when needed.

Kristin Svava,
Long-term dry mouth sufferer

I literally cannot do without the HAp lozenges. They are better than everything I have tried before.

Jónas Geirsson,
Dentist  cand.odont., M.Sc.

I strongly recommend HAp

I have had this product for quite a while and my patients really like it. It solves their problems quickly and with ease, and it tastes good.

About HAp⁺   and Dry Mouth

  • HAp⁺ is a sugar-free acidic yet non-erosive lozenge, which relieves the symptoms of dry mouth and helps your teeth stay healthy with powerful saliva stimulation.
     

  • HAp⁺ stimulates unstimulated whole saliva up to twenty times compared to unstimulated whole saliva.
     

  • HAp⁺ contains calcium, which is needed for the maintenance of normal teeth. (Click here for more information on flavours and the list of ingredients).
     

  • HAp⁺ is recommended by the Icelandic Dental Association, clinically tested and patented worldwide.

  • Download our answers to Frequently Asked Questions, or go to the FAQ page - and learn more about HAp⁺

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Buy on Amazon and from Iceland

​HAp⁺ comes in six different flavours in handy blister packets of 16 lozenges.

​HAp⁺ is available in pharmacies and dental clinics in Iceland. 

HAp⁺ is available online on

amazon.co.uk

HAp⁺ is available in pharmacies in Norway. 

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About us

  • Dr Jensdottir is the lead scientist behind the research and product development of the HAp⁺ technology.

  • She devoted her studies to the erosive potential of acidic foodstuffs.

  • This led to her development of the acidic but
    non-erosive oral care product HAp⁺

  • Based on 15 years of research.

  • HAp⁺ is recommended by the Icelandic Dental Association.

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How it Works

The HAp⁺ technology is the result of 15 years of clinical research and product development in Denmark and Iceland within the field of Dentistry.

Teeth erode when exposed to acidic attacks. Saliva, which is stimulated by acid, helps teeth stay strong and healthy. This paradox is solved through HAp⁺’s unique, patented acid:calcium ratio, which makes it acidic but non-erosive. This creates an effective saliva stimulant which doesn’t erode teeth.

HAp⁺ is based around a unique, patented acid:calcium (Ca) ratio; such that the hydroxyapatite (Ca₁₀(PO₄)₆(OH)₂) mineral, known as HAp, is supersaturated and thus prevents dental erosion. 

HAp⁺ functions as a very competent and effective oral cleanser, which is 3 times more effective than chewing gum.

HAp⁺ is recommended by the Icelandic Dental Association, clinically tested and patented worldwide.

 

CONTACT US

Our Address

     IceMedico,
     Grandagardur 16,

     101 Reykjavík,

     Iceland.

     Tel: +354 51 95 800

     www.icemedico.com

     

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IceMedico has received grants from the Icelandic Technology Development Fund 

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Our Science

Key Scientific Publications

Supporting the Effectiveness of HAp

 

Saliva in relation to dental erosion before and after radiotherapy. (Link)

Jensdottir T, Nauntofte B, Buchwald C, Hansen HS, Bardow A. Acta odontol

Scand. 2013 May-Jul; 7;71(3-4)1008-13.Epub 2012 Nov 21.

Erosive potential of calcium modified acidic candies in irradiated dry mouth patients. (Link)

Jensdottir T, Nauntofte B, Buchwald C, Hansen HS, Bardow A. Oral Health

and Prev Dent. 2010;8(2):173-8.

Erosive potential of saliva stimulating tablets with and without fluoride in irradiated head and neck cancer patients. (Link)
Lajer C, Buchwald C, Nauntofte B, Specht L, Bardow A, Jensdottir

T. Radiother Oncol. 2009 Dec; 93(3): 534-8.

Effects of calcium on the erosive potential of acidic candies in saliva. (Link)

Jensdottir T, Nauntofte B, Buchwald C, Bardow A. Caries Res. 2007;41(1):68-73.

Effects of sucking acidic candies on saliva in unilaterally irradiated pharyngeal cancer patients. (Link)

Jensdottir T, Nauntofte B, Buchwald C, Hansen HS, Bardow A. Oral Oncol. 2006 Mar;42(3):317-22.

Effects of sucking acidic candy on whole-mouth saliva composition. (Link)

Jensdottir T, Nauntofte B, Buchwald C, Bardow A. Caries Res. 2005 Nov-Dec;39(6):468-74.