sulfuric acid/phenolics solution-topical, Debacterol


BRAND NAME(S): Debacterol

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USES: This product is used to treat mouth and gum disease such as canker sores and pyorrhea.

HOW TO USE: This product should be used only under the direct supervision of a dentist or physician. This medication is for external use only. For canker sores, a blunt needle, cotton-tipped swab or probe is used to apply the product for 1-3 minutes. Treatment is followed by a rinse with neutralizing solution of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) one-half teaspoonful in 4 ounces (120 ml) of water. For pyorrhea, the product is applied with a glass syringe and blunt needle to affected ulcers, pockets and gum margins. After use for 1-3 minutes, the product is neutralized with baking soda solution as noted above. The procedure is repeated on the third and sixth day, then as needed until the gums are normal.

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