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User Reviews for Pro-Den Rx

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Prevention of Dental Caries
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3 reviews 125 medications
Summary of Pro-Den Rx reviews 1.0 3 reviews

Reviews for Pro-Den Rx

For Prevention of Dental Caries "It may be good medicinally, however, the taste is TERRIBLE and caused "instant dry-mouth" to me. Having to formulate the mixture myself before using is NOT "user friendly". The taste alone turned me off completely!!!"

   
1.0

Ron (taken for less than 1 month) May 25, 2018

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For Prevention of Dental Caries "I was instructed to rinse with the mouth rinse for 14 days before bed to help my gums. After about day 9 I started to wake up with swollen lips and a weird feeling in my mouth. It is day 13 and I think I will not be using it the last day my mouth is sore with patches that feel raw and very uncomfortable."

   
1.0

Ouch2018 January 4, 2018

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For Prevention of Dental Caries "I have experienced severe dry mouth after using Pro-denRX aqueous gel for teeth brushing. I used it for three weeks before I finally realized that my dry mouth started when I began the use of the toothpaste. I have stopped using Pro-denRX and hope the side effects will eventually disappear. It has only been two days since I stopped use, so it is too early to tell much. My mouth is still severely dry."

   
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Drymouth210 (taken for less than 1 month) November 2, 2017

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