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Quradent Mouth Wash

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Quradent mouth wash .

 Quradent· acts as bactericidal, antiseptic , anti-inflammatory , local anaesthetic, flavoring and  cooling agent.

Compositions;

Chlorhexidine gluconate, Eucalyptol , thyme ext, ,menthol  crystals, clove oil, methyl paraben , propyl paraben , Glycerin.

Indications ;for disinfection of dental prosthesis.

Quradentis used for treatment and prevention;

·                    Quradentis used for Gingivitis prevention ,

·                    Quradenthas a greater reduction in salivary bacterial counts (total salivary aerobes and anaerobes)( bactericidal), which still present up to the 7-h post-rinsing period , so it can be used as anti-plaque.

·                    Quradentis used for periodontitis prevention.

·                    Quradentis activeagainst dental infections,

·                    Quradentis used for prevention of  caries,

·                    Quradentis an effective mouthwash for reducing plaque and gingivitis.

·                    aphthous ulcers,

·                    Quradenthas potential value in the prophylaxis of oral candidiasis in the myelosuppressed patient and in HIV – infected children.

·                   Quradentis used twice-daily as an aid in disinfection of surgical sites, to improve wound healing, for short term.

·                    Quradentis used for short-term treatment of halitosis.

·                   Quradentis used  for relieving dental pain, tooth ache, sore gums and

Mouth ulcers.

·                    Quradentis used for relieving toothache that has been caused by a dental cavity.

.   Quradenthas a local  anesthetic effect,temporarily numbs and relieves  pain from a dry socket, as well as used in a number of temporary restorative materials.

 

Method of administration;

·        Adults and children 12 years of age and older - vigorously swish 20 mL (2/3 FL OZ or 4 teaspoonfuls) between teeth for 30 seconds then spit out; do not swallow.

·        Children under 12 years of age - consult a dentist or doctor.

·        This rinse is not intended to replace brushing or flossing.

Cautions ;

·        As Chlorhexidine may interact with fluoride and sodium lauryl sulfate (a detergent found in toothpastes), it should be used after rinsing with water or 0.5–2 hours after using toothpaste.

·        The efficacy is reduced in the presence of organic materials such as serum, blood, and pus. Soaps and other anionic compounds also neutralize its activity.

·        It can be used with cautions in patients with bleeding disorders.

·         Pregnancy, lactation (use only if absolutely necessary).                

Adverse effects ;

These include tooth and restoration staining, soft tissue staining, increased calculus deposition,

Un pleasant taste, taste alteration, burning sensation, desquamation and mucosal irritation.

 Chlorhexidine may also potentiate oral discomfort in patients with chemotherapy-induced mucositis, xerostomia or ulcerative oral mucosal conditions.

Contraindications:

·        Hypersensitivity to Chlorhexidine, the contact with middle ear is unacceptable.

 

Storage: store in 15 – 25oC temperature, dark place, away from children.

Shelf life: 3 years.