Rite Aid Anti-Cavity, Anti-Gingivitis
Dosage form: paste
Ingredients: Stannous Fluoride 4.54mg in 1g
Labeler: Rite Aid
NDC Code: 11822-0001
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(.016% WITH FLUORIDE ION) antisensitivity toothpaste
Helps aid in the prevention of cavities.
- Helps prevent gingivitis.
- Helps control plaque bacteria that contribute to the development of gingivitis.
- Builds increasing protection against painful sensitivity of the health to cold, heat, acids, sweets or contact.
When using this product do not use for sensitivity
longer than four weeks unless recommended by dentist.
Stop use and ask a dentist if the sensitivity problem persists or
worsens. Sensitive teeth may indicate a serious problem.
Adults and children Brush teeth thoroughly, preferably after
12 years and older each meal, or at least twice a day, or as
directed by your dentist. Do not swallow.
Children under 12 Ask a dentist or physician
OTHER INFORMATION Products containing stannous fluoride
may produce surface staining of the teeth. Adequate toothbrushing
may prevent these stains which are not harmful or perment.
Sorbitol, Water, Hydrated Silica, Sodium Hexametaphosphate, Glycerin, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Zinc Lactate, PEG-6, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Phosphate, Sodium Gluconate, Saccharin Sodium, Titanium Dioxide, Blue 1, Yellow 4
|RITE AID ANTI-CAVITY, ANTI-GINGIVITIS
stannous fluoride paste
|Labeler - Rite Aid (014578892)|
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