Hurricaine Gel Wild Cherry - 0.16 OZ

Hurricaine Gel Wild Cherry - 0.16 OZ
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Hurricaine Gel Wild Cherry - 0.16 OZ

  • SKU: 120218
  • UPC: 72379787112
  • Size: 0.16 OZ
  • Manufacturer: BEUTLICH

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Temporary relief of pain associated with: minor dental procedures; canker sores; fever blisters; braces; cold sores; dentures; teething; minor irritation, sore mouth; sore throat.

PURPOSE: Topical Anesthetic

Adults and children 2 years of age and older; apply to the affected area, allow to remain in place at least 1 minute and then spit out. Use up to 4 times daily or as directed by a dentist or physician. Children under 12 years of age should be supervised in the use of the product. Children under 2 years of age: Consult a dentist or physician. For infants under 4 months of age there is no recommended dosage or treatment except under the advice and supervision of a dentist or physician.

Benzocaine 20% in a Wild Cherry Flavored Water Soluble Polyethylene Glycol Base

KEEP THIS AND ALL DRUGS OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. IF SORE THROAT IS SEVERE, PERSISTS FOR MORE THAN 2 DAYS, IS ACCOMPANIED OR FOLLOWED BY FEVER, HEADACHE, RASH, SWELLING, NAUSEA, OR VOMITING, CONSULT A DOCTOR PROMPTLY. IF SORE MOUTH SYMPTOMS DO NOT IMPROVE IN 7 DAYS, OR IF IRRITATION, PAIN, OR REDNESS PERSISTS OR WORSENS, SEE YOUR DENTIST OR DOCTOR PROMPTLY. DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSAGE. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IF YOU HAVE A HISTORY OF ALLERGY TO LOCAL ANESTHETICS SUCH AS PROCAINE, BUTACAINE, BENZOCAINE, OR OTHER 'CAINE' ANESTHETICS. FEVER AND NASAL CONGESTION ARE NOT SYMPTOMS OF TEETHING AND MAY INDICATE THE PRESENCE OF INFECTION. IF THESE SYMPTOMS PERSIST, CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR. ADVERSE REACTIONS: Methemoglobiemia has been reported following the use of benzocaine on extremely rare occasions. Intravenous methylene blue is the specific therapy for this condition.