- Dentosept A is a medicinal product containing plant extracts and benzocaine. The indication for use is the treatment of inflammation of the mouth and aft. Packaging with a convenient applicator that allows precise dosing of the preparation.
100g of product contains: liquid compound extract (0.65: 1) from: chamomile basket (Matricaria recutita L.), oak bark (Quercus spp.), Sage leaf (Salvia officinalis L.), herb arnica (Arnica montana L .), calamus rhizome (Acorus calamus L.), peppermint herb (Mentha piperita L.), thyme herb (Thymus spp.) (2/2/2/1/1/1/1), extraction solvent: ethanol 70 % (V / V) - 50g Benzocainum - 2g. Excipient with known effect: ethanol. The product contains 35-45% (V / V) ethanol (alcohol).
A composition of liquid extracts from the bark of the oak, basket of chamomile, herb arnica, sage leaves, peppermint herb, thyme herb and calamus rhizome and benzocaine. Traditionally, Dentosept A is used as an anesthetic, disinfectant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent. The effectiveness of the preparation in the treatment of inflammatory conditions of the gums and mouth, oral ulcers and aft is based on a long period of use.
Dentosept A with applicator indicated for use in the treatment of inflammation of the gums and mouth, aft, decubitus ulcers (after dental prostheses), for auxiliary use in parodontosis. For use in adults and adolescents over 12 years of age.
Keep the product out of reach of children at room temperature. The drug contains ethanol, so immediately after the application you must give up driving. The use of the drug in women during pregnancy and lactation must be consulted with a doctor.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the medicinal product - for chamomile, arnica or for other plants of the Asteraceae family (Asteraceae, formerly Compositae), oak bark, sweet flag rhizome, mint, sage leaf, thyme. Do not use in children under 12 years of age.
Adverse reactions: Adverse reactions
may occur in some people: temporary discoloration of the teeth and oral mucosa (disappears after brushing the teeth), transient short-term burning sensation immediately after application, methemoglobinemia, and people allergic to benzocaine may experience a reaction hypersensitivity.
Use as directed by your doctor or the instructions on the leaflet. Apply to the oral mucosa using an applicator, with a distance of about 1-5 cm between the tip of the applicator and the mucosa. Immediately after application, the mouth should not be rinsed. Unless otherwise advised by a doctor, it is recommended to administer one dose of the preparation to a diseased place in adults and adolescents over 12 years of age, up to 5 times a dose of 5 doses to various diseased areas, up to three times a day. Do not exceed the maximum daily dose, which is 15 portions. The medicine can be used for 7 days without consulting a doctor. If the symptoms do not disappear or get worse, you should go to a doctor's appointment.