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SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel

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Overview

What is SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

Flavored 20% benzocaine gel or liquid for topical mucosal anesthesia.



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What are the available doses of SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

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What should I talk to my health care provider before I take SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

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How should I use SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

Indicated as a topical anesthetic for use on oral mucosa prior to local anesthetic injections, scaling and prophylaxis. Also useful to relieve discomfort associated with taking impressions and intra- oral radiographs.

1. Each gram of benzocaine gel between 180-220mg benzocaine in a flavored base.

2. Using a new cotton applicator, apply a small amount of gel to the mucosa to achieve topical anesthesia. Do not reintroduce the cotton applicator into the bottle.

3. For topical tissue anesthesia during scaling procedures, dispense a small amount of gel into a dappen dish, then coat the scaler with the product prior to use.

4. Tightly re-cap the jar after each use.


What interacts with SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

Should not be used with individuals with a known sensitivity to benzocaine or PABA.



What are the warnings of SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

Hypertensive patients, and patients concomitantly receiving other antihypertensive medications, may be more sensitive to the effects of sodium nitroprusside than normal subjects.


What are the precautions of SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

SmartPractice 20% benzocaine gels are supplied in multiple use containers. Take care not to contaminate the bottle by reintroducing a used cotton applicator into the bottle.


What are the side effects of SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

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What should I look out for while using SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

Should not be used with individuals with a known sensitivity to benzocaine or PABA.

Keep out of reach of children. For professional dental use only.


What might happen if I take too much SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

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How should I store and handle SmartPractice topical anesthetic gel?

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Clinical Information

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Non-Clinical Toxicology
Should not be used with individuals with a known sensitivity to benzocaine or PABA.

Keep out of reach of children. For professional dental use only.

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In multiple myeloma patients, the risk of renal function deterioration may be increased when Pamidronate disodium USP is used in combination with thalidomide.

SmartPractice 20% benzocaine gels are supplied in multiple use containers. Take care not to contaminate the bottle by reintroducing a used cotton applicator into the bottle.

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Reference

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