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    Corsodyl Dental Gel

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    Expected delivery date Thursday, 22 April 2021 If you order within: 22h21m41s
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    What is Corsodyl Dental Gel

    The chlorhexidine digluconate is the active ingredient of Corsodyl Dental Gel. This chemical substance works rapidly as 30 seconds to destroy the plaque-causing bacteria.

    How effective Is Corsodyl Dental Gel?

    Corsodyl Dental Gel is a useful product for reducing plaque build-up and the occurrence of gum disease in the mouth. According to Science Direct, a credible online journal, various controlled clinical trials have shown that chlorhexidine digluconate (the active ingredient in Corsodyl Dental Gel) decreases the occurrence of plaque by 50% to 60%. The likelihood of gingivitis is reduced by 30% to 45% with the use of this product. It was shown to reduce the number of bacteria in the oral cavity.

    Can I buy Corsodyl Dental Gel online?

    The dentist usually prescribes Corsodyl Dental Gel. You can buy it online from a trusted pharmacy. Feel at ease to book an appointment with a health expert at Click Pharmacy to discuss how to best use this product. It is packaged in a tube with a 50g content of the medication. If you buy in bulk, your package with be directly sent to you for free by Next Day Delivery.

    How should I use Corsodyl Dental Gel?

    Use the gel precisely according to the directions on the package label or how your dentist has instructed you. Do not use more or lesser of the gel, or for a longer duration than recommended.

    To use this product for the treatment of gum disease, squeeze on about 2cm of the gel on a partly-wet toothbrush. Brush your teeth for a minimum of 1 minute 1 or 2 times a day. After doing this, spit the gel out of your mouth. Do not rinse the gel after this procedure.

    To treat oral thrush or mouth ulcers, directly apply the gel over the affected area in the mouth. Do this procedure once or twice a day. Use a cotton bud or a clean finger to spread the gel over to the affected area.

    To relieve denture irritation, brush the dentures with the gel. Squeeze on 2.5cm of the product over a moistened toothbrush. Apply on the dentures (by brushing) 1 or 2 times a day.

    Ask your dentist about the use of Corsodyl Dental Gel for other purposes.

    Check the expiry date on the package. Refrain from using if it has lapsed.

    Store the product in a cool, dry place.

    You can use other medications with the gel. This product is not known to affect other medicines.

    This product is safe for use only for children 12 years and above and adults.

    Ask your dentist or doctor if you intend to use this medication to children below 12 years old.

    How does Corsodyl Dental Gel work?

    The active ingredient in the product- chlorhexidine digluconate- is an antiseptic and disinfectant agent. It is an active substance that works against bacteria, fungi, bacteria and bacterial spores. This chemical component of the gel destroys microorganisms that cause the occurrence of different mouth and throat infections as well as other common mouth conditions. The gel is also useful in preventing plaque formation on the teeth, consequently warding off gum inflammation (gingivitis) and tooth decay. Use the product as directed in the label, or by your dentist.

    How long do I use Corsodyl Dental Gel for before I notice a difference? 

    Corsodyl Dental Gel can be used as a part of a regimen to prevent tooth decay. Apply the product for 5 minutes at night time for 14 days. Use a close-fitting tray for this process. Repeat this treatment every 3 to 4 months or according to your dentist’s directions. The length of treatment using the gel may depend on the degree of the condition and the patient’s responsiveness to the product.

    What are the side effects of Corsodyl Dental Gel?

    Medicines may have side effects that tend to affect different people in varied ways. Corsodyl Dental Gel may have possible side effects, but not all users of this product may experience them. They are the following:

    Temporary disturbance in taste

    Dry mouth

    A feeling of numbness, tingling or burning in the mouth

    Transitory staining of the tongue which stops after you discontinue using the gel

    A brownish discolouration of the teeth, but this can be avoided by brushing the teeth with regular toothpaste or conventional denture cleaner for dentures. You can also prevent staining by refraining from drinking coffee, tea or red wine, particularly 1 hour after applying the gel.

    Peeling within the mouth

    Inflammation of the salivary glands

    Please speak to your doctor or consult our specialists at Click Pharmacy should you require any further advice.

    When shouldn’t I use Corsodyl Dental Gel?

    Do not begin this treatment if you are allergic to any of the ingredients contained in the product, or if you are below 12 years old. The gel may be incompatible with some ingredients found in regular toothpaste. It would be best if you thus rinsed your mouth after using conventional toothpaste. Wait for 5 minutes before applying the gel.

    What is the difference between Corsodyl Dental Gel and Daktarin Oral Gel/ Orajel Mouth Sore Gel?

    Daktarin Oral Gel is used for the treatment of mouth, throat, gullet and stomach infections. Its active ingredient is miconazole that destroys fungi and yeast.

    Secondly, Orajel Mouth Sore Gel is an oral pain reliever that contains the active ingredient benzocaine, which is a local anaesthetic.

    Patient Information Leaflet

    Always read the patient information leaflet before starting your treatment. The patient information can be found here.

    Authored by

    Jana Abelovska

    Last reviewed

    02 November 2020

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