Orajel for All Mouth Sores Maximum Strength
Dosage form: swab
Ingredients: BENZOCAINE 0.2mL in 1mL
Labeler: Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
NDC Code: 10237-709
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 ingredient PurposeBenzocaine 20% Oral Pain Reliever
Uses for the temporary relief of pain associated with canker sores, cold sores, fever blisters minor irritation or injury of the mouth and gums
do not use this product if your have 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
Stop use and ask a dentist of doctor if sore mouth symptoms do not get better in 7 days; swelling, rash or fever develops; irritation, pain or redness does not go away
Keep out of reach of children. in case of overdose or allergic reaction, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away
Adults and Children Hold swab with solid white tip down
2 years of age and older Bend and snap open swab tip with the colored rings
Apply product to affected area
Use up to 4 times daily or as directed by a dentist or doctor
Other information do not use if label seal is broken prior to purchase, or if colored rings on tip are not orange
Inactive ingredients flavor, polyethylene glycol, purified water, red 40, sodium saccharin, yellow 5
Questions or comments? call us at 1-800-952-5080 M-F 9am-5pm ET or visit our website at www.orajel.com
|ORAJEL FOR ALL MOUTH SORES
|Labeler - Church & Dwight Co., Inc. (001211952)|
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