PROTEFIX Feksirash cream
Unlike many other fixing creams, PROTEFIX Fixing cream is applied directly to the wet prosthesis. Applied to the wet prosthesis provides instant fixation. The effective peripheral seal prevents food debris from entering the dentures. The long-lasting effect creates a sense of security and confidence when eating, drinking or just laughing. Even hot drinks do not have a negative effect on the fixing force.
PROTEFIX Feksirash cream Composition:
100 g fixing cream contains: a mixture of sodium-calcium salt of a copolymer of Methyl-Vinyl-Ether and Maleic dcid anhydride, Carboxymethyl cellulose, Paraffin, Vaseline, Menthol, Silicium dioxide, Azorubin, Methyl-4-hydroxybenzoate
PROTEFIX Feksirash cream Usage:
Easy to use due to its fine texture.
Application only once a day.
Dosage and method of use PROTEFIX Feksirash cream:
The denture and the oral mucosa are cleaned of food debris. PROTEFIX Fixing cream is applied at intervals on the wet denture (in the recesses of the upper and lower dentures for direct contact with the jaw). The tube is squeezed in the lower third, near the opening. If necessary, PROTEFIX Fixing cream can also be applied to the back of the upper prosthesis. The prosthesis is then placed and pressed against the jaw for a few seconds. Wait about 5 minutes before eating. It is dosed sparingly, because in case of overdose good fixation is not obtained. The fixing cream does not significantly change the position of the prosthesis. After use, the tube is closed, the opening is kept dry and clean, because when moisturizing the fixing cream can harden. Residues of adhesive can be easily removed with a piece of cotton, soaked in oil. If, under certain circumstances, oil gets on the dentures themselves, this will not affect the strong fixation of the cream. You just need to clean the dentures.
Contraindications: Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients of the product.
Side effects: In some cases, hypersensitivity reactions have been observed in the oral mucosa and throughout the body. If such reactions occur, consult your dentist.