Gingival gel 15g – For Gingivitis, Periodontitis, Tartar deposits & other

$ 10,50 

Composition : 1 g gel contains: liquid chamomile extract 90 mg, gourd tincture 30 mg, gentle mint essential oil 6 mg.

Usage : before each application of Gingival gel, the teeth should be thoroughly brushed with a brush and toothpaste. Squeeze about 0.5 cm of gel on the cheekbones from the finger and with gentle circular motions apply on and around the gums on the outside, massaging them lightly. Repeat on the inside of the gums.

After applying the gel, do not take food and liquids for one hour for the gel to work.

Gingival gel is used two to three times a day for a minimum of 7 days.

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Description

The action of Gingival gel is based on the known effect of plant substances with bioactive action that are in its composition:

  • Liquid extract of chamomile flower (Chamomillae flos) has anti-inflammatory effect.
  • The tincture of the rhizome of gourd (Tormentillae rhyzoma) has an astringent effect.
  • The oil of the mint leaf (Menthae piperitae folium) has anti-inflammatory action, local cooling slightly.

Gingival gel is recommended as an aid to maintain and support the result achieved by the dentist, conducting standard therapy in patients with pronounced signs of gingivitis, caused by gingivitis, periodontitis, tartar deposits and other causes.

  • It is also suitable for use after other dental interventions, because it supports the health of the gums.
  • After and during the lecture of mobile dental extensions – total and partial dentures.
  • After the delivery of the fixed prosthetic dental extensions – crowns and bridges.
  • After grinding the teeth for fixed prosthetic upgrades.
  • Gingival gel has a secondary preventive effect.

Packing : 15 g

Additional information

Brand

Galenika

Country/Region of Manufacture

Serbia

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