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It can be used as an aid to:
• Treat and prevent gingivitis
• Maintain mouth hygiene
• Promote gum healing after dental surgery
• Manage recurring aphthous ulceration
• Manage denture sore mouth and oral thrush
Remove cap and fit the pump head to the top of the bottle.
Normal Use: Corsodyl spray should be applied as required to the tooth and gingival surfaces, ulcers or other sore areas, using up to a maximum of twelve actuations of the spray (0.14 ml / actuation) twice daily. The spray should be applied once in the morning and once in the evening.
Treatment of gingivitis: A course of about one month is advisable.
• Do not use if you are allergic to Chlorhexidine Digluconate or any of other ingredients.
• Some toothpaste can stop Corsodyl Spray working. Rinse your mouth thoroughly with water and wait 5 minutes after brushing your teeth before using the product, or using at a different time of day.
• Do not use anywhere other than in the mouth. Keep out of the eyes and ears. If contact occurs wash out promptly and thoroughly with water.
• For oral (external) use only.
• Avoid bleaching fabrics which have been in contact with the spray, as brown stains may develop.
• Temporary staining of the teeth and tongue may occur. The stain is not permanent and can largely be prevented by reducing the consumption of foods/drinks that may stain such as tea, coffee or red wine. The staining may be controlled with brushing but in some cases professional cleaning may be necessary.
• In case of soreness, swelling, or irritation of the mouth, stop using the product and consult a healthcare professional.
• Stop using and seek immediate medical help if you get a rash, swelling of the lips, tongue, throat or face or have difficulty breathing. These effects may be symptoms of a severe allergic reaction which is very rare.
You may notice a change of taste, tingling or burning sensation in your first use. This usually goes away with continued use. However if it continues then speak to a healthcare professional.