Corsodyl Dental Gel 50g
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Corsodyl Dental Gel 50g

SKU : OTCCORGEL|PIP-Code : 469247|EAN : 5000347070761
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Corsodyl Dental Gel inhibits the formation of dental plaque, and is used for the treatment of gingivitis, a course of about one month is advisable. It can also be used for oral candidal infections.
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Corsodyl Dental Gel 50g


Corsodyl Dental Gel
inhibits the formation of dental plaque, and is used for the treatment of gingivitis, a course of about one month is advisable.

When used for the management of aphthous ulceration and oral candidal infections, an alternative method of delivery may be required which facilitates application of the gel to affected areas. This should be used once or twice daily for about one minute. The length of treatment time should be decided on the basis of clinical response.

When used as part of a regime to prevent dental caries the gel should be applied for 5 minutes nightly for 14 days in a close fitting tray. This treatment should be repeated every 3-4 months or as directed by the dentist.

When used as part of a regime to prevent dental caries of remaining teeth in denture wearers the gel may be applied to the fitting surface of the denture before insertion.

During the treatment of denture stomatitis the dentures should be cleansed and soaked in Corsodyl Mouthwash for 15 minutes twice daily or as directed by the dentist.

Corsodyl is incompatible with anionic agents which are usually present in conventional dentifrices. These should therefore be used before Corsodyl (rinsing the mouth and toothbrush between applications) or at a different time of day.

There are no special dosage recommendations for either elderly patients or children. The normal adult dose is appropriate unless otherwise recommended by the dentist or the physician.
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