What does Pyralvex treat?
Pyralvex® solution is used to relieve the pain and discomfort caused by mouth ulcers and denture irritation and has antimicrobial properties that help prevent the irritated areas from getting infected.
How to apply Pyralvex?
The solution should be applied to the sore area of the mouth three to four times daily using the brush provided. Avoid rinsing the mouth or eating for 15 minutes after application. For denture irritation, leave 30 minutes after applying the solution before putting the dentures back in.
Is Pyralvex safe for kids?
Pyralvex is used to relieve pain associated with mouth ulcers and denture irritation. Do not give to children or adolescents under the age of 16 years. disease which affects the brain and liver and can be fatal. salicylic acid or any of the other ingredients of Pyralvex.
Can a pregnant woman use Pyralvex?
The potential risk for humans is unknown. Caution should be exercised when prescribing to pregnant women. Anthranoid glycosides derived from rhubarb may be excreted in breast milk. However, at therapeutic doses of Pyralvex, it is not known whether these, or salicylic acid are excreted in breast milk.
What does a mouth sore look like?
Most canker sores are round or oval with a white or yellow center and a red border. They form inside your mouth — on or under your tongue, inside your cheeks or lips, at the base of your gums, or on your soft palate. You might notice a tingling or burning sensation a day or two before the sores actually appear.
How do you use Dynexan ointment?
How to use
- Usage instructions: Dosage and directions for use: apply a pea-sized amount of Dynexan on the affected area 3 times daily at intervals of 5 to 7 hours.
- Storage instructions: Store in a cool, dry place (at or below 25 degrees C). Keep tightly closed.
- Warnings: Keep out of reach of children.
How do you cure a mouth infection?
Home Remedies for a Tooth Infection
- Baking soda. Baking soda is a safe, effective, and inexpensive way to reduce bacteria and relieve pain in your mouth and gums.
- Saltwater rinse.
- Fenugreek tea.
- Cold compress.
- Hydrogen peroxide.
- Oil pulling.
What causes mouth ulcers?
There are many things that cause mouth ulcers. The most common cause is injury (such as accidentally biting the inside of your cheek). Other causes include aphthous ulceration, certain medications, skin rashes in the mouth, viral, bacterial and fungal infections, chemicals and some medical conditions.