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Potassium Nitrate with Fluoride Dental Gel – If you frequently experience a certain feeling of sensitivity after eating sweets, hot food, or cold food; then you may have Dentin Hypersensitivity (DH). To treat such types of sensitivities in teeth, Potassium Nitrate with Fluoride Dental Gel serves the ultimate results. This medicated dental gel is offered with the brand name Peldent by Pax Healthcare.

This medicated gel is used to prevent cavities and to decrease pain associated with sensitive teeth, i.e., dentinal hypersensitivity. Potassium nitrate in this gel performs its action by calming and soothing the nerves in the teeth. Sodium fluoride works by making the teeth stronger and protected to decay that may cause by acid and bacteria. In this way, this medicated foaming dental gel treats sensitivity in the teeth with cooling crystals.

Precautions to take with Potassium Nitrate and Fluoride Dental Gel

  1. Do not swallow the potassium nitrate and fluoride gel while brushing. If the gel mistakenly got swallowed, speak up with the doctor or the dentist.
  2. Use this medication twice a day in place of your toothpaste or as directed by the doctor or the dentist.
  3. Gently brush your teeth with this dental gel for at least a minute and spit it out after you are done.
  4. Do not eat or drink For at least 30 minutes after the use of Potassium Nitrate and Fluoride Dental Gel.
  5. Make sure to brush all the sensitive areas on the teeth as per the instructions mentioned on the product label and given by the dentist.
  6. Use this medicated gel daily to get the most benefit of it and do not stop using it unless it is recommended by the doctor.
  7. Continue to floss your teeth on a regular basis as directed by the dentist and have routine dental checkups.

Additional Advice

  1. Do not start, stop, or discontinue the usage of Potassium Nitrate with Fluoride Dental Gel without taking consultation with the doctor or dentist.
  2. Use this medicated toothpaste regularly at a fixed time.
  3. Do not use this toothpaste for more than four weeks unless it is advised by the doctor/dentist.

Side Effects

Most of the people who use Potassium Nitrate with Fluoride Medicated Gel do not experience side effects. A highly serious reaction to this dental gel is implausible but immediately contact a doctor if the symptoms of an allergic reaction including rash, swelling, or itching of the face, throat, or tongue persist.  Following are the least possible side effects of this medicated dental gel:

  • Mouth or Gum Irritation
  • Stained or Pitted Teeth

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What food should be avoided while using Potassium Nitrate with Fluoride Medicated Toothpaste?

It is recommended to avoid caffeine, lemons, citrus-based drinks, and other acidic food that may damage the tooth enamel. Talk with the dentist or healthcare provider for detailed information.

2. What is the work of cooling crystals in this dental gel for the teeth?

The cooling crystals in this gel are important agents that work by fighting cavities and providing intense freshness to the teeth.

3 . What are the storage conditions of Potassium Nitrate and Fluoride Dental Gel?

Store this gel at room temperature away from heat and out of the reach of children.