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Elmex® Dental Gel 25g

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Elmex® Dental Gel - Medicinal Product

Elmex dental gel is a medicinal product for caries prophylaxis. In fact, it prevents dental caries, especially in predisposed subjects. In addition, elmex dental gel protects tooth enamel, reduces tooth sensitivity and prevents the loss of calcium from the enamel.

Elmex Dental Gel is useful in the prophylaxis of caries, in the presence of hypersensitivity of the dental neck and in case of enamel decalcification.

Composition

100 g of dental gel contain active ingredients: • bis- (hydroxyethyl) -amino-propyl-N-hydroxyethyl-octadecylamine dihydrofluoride g 3.032 • octadecylamine hydrofluoride g 0.287 • sodium fluoride g 2.210 (total fluorine content = 1.25% ) For the full list of excipients, see section 6.1.

Excipients

Propylene Glycol, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Saccharin, Spearmint Oil, Peppermint Oil, Banana Flavor, Apple Flavor, DL-Menton, Purified Water.

Therapeutic indications

Caries prophylaxis especially in subjects predisposed to it. Hypersensitivity of the dental collar. Enamel decalcification caused by removable splints, partial dentures, orthodontic appliances. Topical fluoridation of tooth enamel.

Contraindications

The product is contraindicated in children under the age of 4 years. Elmex dental gel must not be used in cases of: • hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any of the excipients • pathological desquamative changes in the oral mucosa (erosion of the epithelium)

Dosage

Thoroughly brush your teeth with the preparation once a week. It is sufficient to use elmex dental gel using a normal toothbrush for the duration of 2-3 minutes, rinsing normally. The total application time (brushing and residence time) should not exceed 5 minutes. In dental offices, outpatient clinics or clinics, elmex dental gel can be spread on the teeth using the rotating toothbrush or with a cotton swab. The application using a plastic or wax impression tray is particularly effective and has a lasting effect. In the case of subjects over the age of eight with frequent carious processes, it is advisable to leave the patient leaving small residues of elmex dental gel in the cracks of the enamel or in the interdental cavities. Use in group prophylaxis Brushing the teeth with elmex dental gel as part of group prophylaxis activities approximately twice a year and more often in the case of children and adolescents at increased risk of caries. Rinse after 2-3 minutes. The total application time (brushing and residence time) should not exceed 5 minutes.

Warnings and Precautions

For people in whom control of the swallowing reflex cannot be guaranteed (e.g. preschool children, disabled people), alternatives with precise dosage, such as fluoride tablets, should be preferred. Systemic administration of fluoride (e.g. with fluoride tablets) should be discontinued for a few days after application of elmex dental gel. Due to the risk of overdose and consequent intoxication, the application of elmex dental gel in a Miniplast mask or with a suitably modeled wax mask is not recommended for children under eight years of age. Elmex dental gel should not be used in case of bone and / or enamel fluorosis. Desquamation, superficial erosions and ulceration of the oral mucosa have been reported rarely (<1 / 10,000, including individual cases) following repeated spoon applications after short intervals (see also section 4.8). There are incompatibilities with anionic surfactants and other large anionic molecules, all soluble salts of calcium, magnesium and aluminum (see also section 4.5).

Interactions

Ingestion of calcium (e.g. milk), magnesium and aluminum (in medicines to treat stomach problems; antacids) immediately following treatment with elmex dental gel may reduce the effects of fluorides.

Side effects

Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders In individual cases: • desquamative changes in the oral mucosa (in very rare cases, <1 / 10,000, including individual cases). • superficial eosions and ulceration of the mucous membrane of the oral cavity following repeated applications by means of a spoon after short intervals. • hypersensitivity, intolerance, allergic reactions Gastrointestinal disorders Vomiting, nausea and diarrhea In case of overdose, see also section 4.9 Overdose

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

There is no evidence that fluorides pose a risk to the embryo. Fluorides pass into breast milk. Therefore elmex dental gel should be used with caution in nursing mothers.

Format

25g tube.

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