GumEase is Back and Now Called "OraChill!" Drug-Free Braces Pain Relief!

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GumEase is Back and Now Called "OraChill!" Drug-Free Braces Pain Relief!

#1 Post by bbsadmin » Wed Nov 08, 2017 11:41 pm

A few years ago, DentaKit.com carried a terrific product called GumEase. It's a series of mouthpieces that you freeze, and then put inside your lips to short-circuit the pain response from the nerves in your mouth. The product was very popular and worked very well, but the company ran into manufacturing problems and had to discontinue it.

The great news is that a new company has picked up the product and has improved it. GumEase is now called OraChill, and it's better than ever!

Check it out! OraChill at DentaKit.com

We have plenty in stock.
I'm the owner/admin of this site. Had ceramic uppers, metal lowers ~3 years in my early 40's. Now in Hawley retainers at night!

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Re: GumEase is Back and Now Called "OraChill!" Drug-Free Braces Pain Relief!

#2 Post by djspeece » Thu Nov 09, 2017 6:15 am

That does sound like a great product.
Dan

Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. -- Buddist saying

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