In the United States, is there a prescription similar to Orajel?
- 31 Mar 2010 by brownmichaelw
- orajel, oral and dental conditions
My friend has a broken tooth and does not have easy access to OTC drugs, but might be able to get a prescription (she is incarcerated, it is messed up, they charge inmates for prescriptions so they are more likely to give them out than OTC, which they don't make money on).
13 Apr 2010
I realize this answer is a bit late but in cases like this it's a good idea to just go into a pharmacy and ask the pharmacist. They should be able to help ... or recommend something within your budget.
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