Important to know about Alodont Mouthwash ?
- This medicine is a mouthwash.
- It is recommended in local adjunctive treatment of infections of the mouth or in care after surgery of the oral cavity.
Alodont Mouthwash indication and Uses
- Adjunctive local treatment of infections of the oral cavity and postoperative care in stomatology.
Alodont Mouthwash Dosage
RESERVED FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN OVER 7 YEARS
- Local use in mouthwashes.
- Do not swallow.
- In adults: 3 mouthwashes a day with pure product, keep the product one minute in the mouth.
- In children 7 to 12 years: 3 mouthwashes a day with 50% diluted product with water.
- Cetylpyridinium hypersensitivity
- Chlorobutanol hypersensitivity
- Polyoxyethylenated castor oil hypersensitivity
- Feeding with milk
Hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any of the excipients listed in the Composition section.
How it works?
STOMATOLOGY / LOCAL TREATMENT WITH ANTISEPTIC VIEW
( A: digestive tract and metabolism )
This medicine contains terpene derivatives that can lower the epileptogenic threshold.
Alodont Side Effects
Due to the presence of terpene derivatives and in case of non-compliance with the recommended doses:
- · Risk of seizures in children,
- · Possibility of agitation and confusion in the elderly.
Very rare: ≤ 0.01%
Gastrointestinal disorders: Irritation of the mouth
Immune system disorders: Systemic allergic reaction
Alodont Mouthwash Interactions
The simultaneous or successive use of other antiseptics is to be avoided given the possible interference (antagonism, inactivation …).
Warnings and Precautions
- The indication does not justify prolonged treatment especially as it could expose to an imbalance of the normal microbial flora of the oral cavity with a risk of bacterial or fungal diffusion.
- This proprietary medicinal product contains terpene derivatives that may cause excessive convulsive neurological events in infants and children. Respect the recommended dosages and duration of treatment.
- This medicine contains castor oil and may cause skin reactions (eg eczema).
Precautions for use
- If symptoms persist for more than 5 days and / or associated fever, the action to be taken should be re-evaluated.
- In case of a history of epilepsy, take into account the presence of terpene derivatives.
Drive and use machines
PREGNANCY / BREAST FEEDING / FERTILITY
In case of breastfeeding, it is best not to use this medicine because:
- · The absence of kinetic data on the passage of terpene derivatives in milk,
- · And their potential neurological toxicity in infants.
What happens if I overdose from Alodont ?
- Overdose is not expected under normal conditions of use. Some components of this medicine (essential oils) can cause excessive doses, neurological accidents to convulsions in children.
- In case of old or recent epilepsy, seek the advice of your doctor.
What is Forms and Composition?
Cetylpyridinium chloride: 5.0000 mg
Chlorobutanol hemihydrate: 50,0000 mg
Eugenol: 4.0000 mg
For 100 g of solution.
Alcoholic title: 21% v / v.
Alcohol, hydrogenated and polyoxyethylenated castor oil 25, sodium hydroxide, citric acid monohydrate, peppermint essential oil, sodium saccharin, patent blue V (E131), purified water.
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