Baby Orajel Instant Teething Pain Relief
Dosage form: gel
Ingredients: BENZOCAINE 75mg in 1g
Labeler: Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
NDC Code: 10237-713
Disclaimer: Most OTC drugs are not reviewed and approved by FDA, however they may be marketed if they comply with applicable regulations and policies. FDA has not evaluated whether this product complies.
Active Ingredients Purpose
Benzocaine 7.5% Oral pain reliever
Use for the temporary relief of sore gums due to teething in infants and children 4 months of age or older
do not use this product if our baby has a history of allergy to local anesthetics such as procaine, butacaine, benzocaine or other "caine" anesthetics
Do not use
more than directed, for more than 7 days unless told to do so by a dentist or doctor
When using this product fever and nasal congestion are not symptoms of teething and may indicate the presence of infection. If these symptoms do not go away, advise your dentist or doctor.
Stop use and ask a dentist of doctorif sore mouth symptoms do not get better in 7 days, irritation, pain or redness does not go away, swelling, rash or fever develops
Keep out of reach of children. in case of overdose or allergic reaction, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
cut open tip of tube on score mark,
use your fingertip or cotton applicator to apply a small pea-size amount of BABY ORAJEL,
apply to the affected area up to four times daily or as directed by a dentist or doctor,
for infants under 4 months of age, ask a dentist or doctor
Do not use if tube tip is cut prior to opening.
|BABY ORAJEL INSTANT TEETHING PAIN RELIEF
|Labeler - Church & Dwight Co., Inc. (001211952)|
|Church & Dwight Co., Inc.||043690812||manufacture|
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