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Listerine Anti-Bacterial Mouthwash Teeth Gum Defence 250ml with fluoride is the ultimate teeth and gum defence. The anti-bacterial mouthwash kills the germs that cause plaque, gingivitis and bad breath and strengthens teeth against cavities.
Listerine Fluoride Anti-Bacterial Mouthwash 250 ml
Composition per 20 ml: Thymol 12.78 mg, alcohol (95% v/v) 4.54 ml, sodium fluoride 4.42mg. Contains sodium benzoate and benzoic acid. Sugar free. ® trademark ©Johnson & Johnson (Pty) Ltd 2013. Indications: mild infections of the mouth and throat and associated bad breath, gingivitis and the control of plaque. To strengthen teeth, increasing resistance to acid attack, demineralisation and dental caries. Talk to us: 0860 410032 SA only. [email protected] SMS jnj & comments to +27 83 293 3273.
Quantity in pack:
Gum protection. Teeth & gum defence. Listerine®. Anti-bacterial mouthwash. With fluoride. Kills the germs that cause plaque, gingivitis and bad breath. Strengthens teeth against cavities. 250 ml.
Dosage and directions for use: Use 20 ml (approx. 3/4 capful) full strength, rinse the teeth and gums and gargle for 30 seconds twice daily as an adjunct to usual oral hygiene. Do not swallow.
Store in a cool (at or below 25 degrees C) place, away from direct sunlight.
Keep out of reach of children. Known symptoms of overdosage and particulars of its treatment: If large quantities are swallowed, the toxic effects include: Thymol: Extensive local corrosion, with pain, nausea, vomiting, sweating and diarrhoea. Alcohol: Depression of cortical function causing loss of judgement, emotional lability, loss of muscle co-ordination, visual impairment slurred speech, and ataxia. Hangover effects may include nausea, headache, dizziness and tremor. Sodium fluoride: in acute poisoning, sodium fluoride taken by mouth is corrosive, forming hydrofluoric acid in the stomach. Salivation, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhoea are frequent. Treatment: Contact a doctor. Empty the stomach by aspiration and lavage with lime water or a weak solution another calcium salt to precipitate fluoride. Treatment is symptomatic, keep the patient warm. Respiration may have to be assisted. Haemodialysis is of value in severe alcoholic poisoning. Aluminium hydroxide administered after gastric lavage may reduce fluoride absorption. Contra indications: sensitivity to any of the ingredients. Do not administer to children.