DenTek Canker Cover by DenTek Oral Care, Inc.
Medically reviewed on December 11, 2017
Dosage form: patch, extended release
Ingredients: MENTHOL 2.5mg in 194.85mg
Labeler: DenTek Oral Care, Inc.
NDC Code: 60630-091
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Active ingredient: (per each patch)
Menthol 2.5 mg
Oral Pain Reliever
Uses: for the relief of pain associated with: . canker sores . mouth sores
Keep out of reach of children.
If irritation, pain or redness worsens, if swelling, rash or fever develops, or if sore mouth symptoms persist
for 7 days, see your doctor or dentist.
Directions for use:adults and children 5 years of age and older
The sore should be dry (pat with tissue) if possible. Place the Canker Cover Patch on a
clean, dry finger with the white side up. Place the white side on the sore and hold in place
for 20 seconds. Within 30 minutes the tablet forms a clear, gel-like bandage that seals and protects the sore
for hours before dissolving. Do not remove the patch before it dissolves. Consult your dentist or doctor before using.
In case of discomfort, the patch may be removed by gently peeling it from the sides with your finger while
washing with warm water.
Inactive ingredients: carbomer homopolymer type a, polyvinyl pyrrolidone, xylitol, hydroxypropyl cellulose, silicon dioxide, carmallite TM(mineral salt), citrus oil, annatto.
|DENTEK CANKER COVER
menthol patch, extended release
|Labeler - DenTek Oral Care, Inc. (153818646)|
|Registrant - DenTek Oral Care, Inc. (153818646)|
|DenTek Oral Care, Inc.||153818646||relabel(60630-091)|
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