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Sodium Fluoride



What is DentiCare Pro-Foam?


DentiCare Pro-Foam

2.72% Topical Sodium Fluoride Foam


NDC 64778-1371-1


What does DentiCare Pro-Foam look like?

What are the available doses of DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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What should I talk to my health care provider before I take DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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How should I use DentiCare Pro-Foam?

Following prophylaxis treatment, fill 1/4 of tray with foam. To dispense, shake bottle vigorously then invert applicator 180° downward to the bottom of the tray. Insert tray, have patient bite down of lightly for a minimun of 60 seconds, up to 4 minutes, remove tray and have patient not eat, drink or rinse for 30 minutes after the treatment.

What interacts with DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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What are the warnings of DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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What are the precautions of DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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What are the side effects of DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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What might happen if I take too much DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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How should I store and handle DentiCare Pro-Foam?

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Clinical Information

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Clinical Pharmacology

Non-Clinical Toxicology

      Taking theophylline extended-release tablets immediately after ingesting a high fat content meal (45 g fat, 55 g carbohydrates, 28 g protein, 789 calories) may result in a somewhat higher C and delayed T and a somewhat greater extent of absorption when compared to taking it in the fasting state. The influence of the type and amount of other foods, as well as the time interval between drug and food, has not been studied.  Most serum theophylline assays in clinical use are immunoassays which are specific for theophylline. Other xanthines such as caffeine, dyphylline, and pentoxifylline are not detected by these assays. Some drugs (e.g.,cefazolin, cephalothin), however, may interfere with certain HPLC techniques. Caffeine and xanthine metabolites in neonates or patients with renal dysfunction may cause the reading from some dry reagent office methods to be higher than the actual serum theophylline concentration. 

Keept out of reach of children. Avoid spraying towards open flame. Store at room temperature. Do not expose to excessive hat over 40C or 104F. Contents under pressure. Do not pucture or incinerate. Do not use if seal is broken.



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