Mouthwash

Mouthwash plays an important role in one’s oral care routine. Rinsing the mouth helps prevent plaque formation, tooth decay, and bad breath. ICPA’s range of mouth rinses provides effective dental protection.

Hexidine mouthwash contains chlorhexidine gluconate 0.2%, which is a gold standard antiplaque antibacterial agent. It is used for treatment of gum diseases and periodontitis.

Hexidine EP contains 0.12% chlorhexidine gluconate which offers extended protection for gum care. Hexidine EP is indicated for oral hygiene maintenance for:

 

  1. Long-term use in routine prophylaxis
  2. Maintenance of aesthetic restorations
  3. Oral hygiene maintenance for orthodontic patients

Aquarose mouthwash includes triclosan and sodium fluoride, which inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria and prevent mouth and throat infections.

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  • Aquarose

    Triclosan & Sodium Fluoride Mouthwash

    Composition:
    Triclosan USP 0.03% w/v
    Sodium fluoride IP 0.025% w/v
    Ethyl alcohol IP 12% v/v
    Aqueous base: QS

    COLOR:
    Brilliant Blue & Tartrazine Yellow

    Indications:

    1. Prevention of plaque in absence of brushing
    2. Prevention and treatment of gingivitis
    3. Aid in treatment of mouth and throat infections, as an antiseptic mouthwash or a gargle.

    DIRECTION FOR USE:
    Use before or after brushing. Take 10ml and rinse your mouth thoroughly.

    DOSE:
    10ml, twice a day.

    STORAGE:
    Store in a cool place. Protect from direct heat or sunlight. Keep the bottle capped when not in use.

    WARNING:
    NOT TO BE SWALLOWED. FOR ORAL USE ONLY. Not for use by children below 6 years of age. Keep out of reach of children.

    Presentation:
    PET bottles of 100 ml

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  • Coolora

    Coolora – Relief From Painful Sore Throat

    Benzydamine hydrochloride BP 0.15 %w/v with Brilliant Blue and Tartarazine Yellow color in Aqueous base

    Mode of action:
    Benzydamine belongs to a group of medicines called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Benzydamine available as the hydrochloride, is a locally-acting nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug with local anaesthetic and analgesic properties for pain relief and anti-inflammatory treatment of inflammatory conditions of the mouth and throat. Benzydamine also acts as a local anaesthetic, causing numbness and so pain relief at the site of application.

    Indications: 
    For the relief of painful inflammatory conditions of the mouth and throat. Acute pharyngitis, tonsillitis and stomatitis. Traumatic conditions like pharyngitis following tonsillectomy. Oral ulceration due to radiation therapy and in Oral mucositis

    Dosage & Administration: 
    Adults and Elderly
    Rinse or gargle with 15 ml (approximately 1 tablespoonful) every 1½ to 3 hours as required for pain relief. The solution should be expelled from the mouth after use. CHILDREN: Not suitable for children aged 12 years or under.

    Presentation:
    PET bottles of 100ml with 15ml measuring cap.

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  • Halyx Ultra

    Halyx Ultra(300 ml)

    Halyx Ultra (Chlorhexidine gluconate 0.06%) mouthwash – a widely used antibacterial solution.

    Direction of Usage :
    As Mouthwash: Dispense Halyx Ultra in the measuring cup cum cap up to the 10 ml mark. Swish it inside the mouth for 1 minute and spit out. Use 3 times a day. Can be used for up to 3 months or as directed by your dentist.

    As Tongue Cleaner: Dispense Halyx Ultra in the measuring cup cum cap up to the 10 ml mark. Dip Glosso Tongue Cleaning Brush in the cap and use the wet bristles to gently brush the tongue daily.

    Composition :
    Aqua, propylene glycol, glycerine, flavour, PEG-40HCO, WS-3, chlorhexidine gluconate solution, brilliant blue colour, and tartrazine yellow colour.

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  • Hexidine 160ml

    GUM CARE SPECIALIST

    Composition:
    Chlorhexidine gluconate solution I.P. diluted to chlorhexidine gluconate 0.2% w/v in a pleasantly flavoured base.

    Mode of action:
    Bacterial plaque produces irritants, which cause gingivitis and periodontitis, ultimately leading to loss of teeth. Chemical control of plaque is achieved effectively with Hexidine. As an antimicrobial, Hexidine prevents secondary infections arising out of poor oral hygiene. It is particularly useful in plaque control for:

    • Bed-ridden patients following surgery or in the ICU.
    • Respiratory tract infections such as pharyngitis, tonsillitis, post-tonsillectomy surgery, preventing complications of pregnancy gingivitis and bacterial endocarditis.
    • Preventing dental caries.

    Hexidine begins its microbicidal effect in 15 seconds after contact and its bacteriostatic action lasts for 12 hours.

    Indications:

    1. Prevention of plaque in absence of brushing.
    2. Prevention and treatment of gingivitis.
    3. Treatment of oral candidiasis, controlling secondary bacterial infections for aphthous ulcers.
    4. Aids in treatment of mouth and throat infections.

    Directions for use:
    For treatment and prevention, swish in the mouth for one minute. Do not rinse your mouth, eat, drink thereafter for 20 minutes.

    For prolonged use, take 1:1 dilution of Hexidine with plain water. Recommended only under professional guidance.

    Dose:
    10 ml, twice a day.

    Caution:
    Not to be swallowed. For oral use only. Brown staining of the teeth may be reported, while using the product in some cases. This usually disappears once the treatment is over, or may require scaling/polishing.

    Special instructions:
    Do not use toothpastes immediately after rinsing with Hexidine, as it will diminish its effect. Use them first or at a different time of the day, and rinse your mouth thoroughly with water before using Hexidine. Avoid tannin-containing food and drinks for at least one hour after using Hexidine. If symptoms persist, stop using, and consult your dentist. Noticeable change in taste, or burning sensation may occur in exceptional cases upon first use. This usually goes away as you continue to use the product.

    Presentation:
    PET bottles of 80ml (2.7 fl.oz.), 160ml (5.41 fl.oz.) with 10ml measuring cap. Plastic bottle of 500 ml (16.9 fl. oz.).

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  • Hexidine 500ml

    GUM CARE SPECIALIST

    Composition:
    Chlorhexidine gluconate solution I.P. diluted to chlorhexidine gluconate 0.2% w/v in a pleasantly flavoured base.

    Mode of action:
    Bacterial plaque produces irritants, which cause gingivitis and periodontitis, ultimately leading to loss of teeth. Chemical control of plaque is achieved effectively with Hexidine. As an antimicrobial, Hexidine prevents secondary infections arising out of poor oral hygiene. It is particularly useful in plaque control for:

    • Bed-ridden patients following surgery or in the ICU.
    • Respiratory tract infections such as pharyngitis, tonsillitis, post-tonsillectomy surgery, preventing complications of pregnancy gingivitis and bacterial endocarditis.
    • Preventing dental caries.

    Hexidine begins its microbicidal effect in 15 seconds after contact and its bacteriostatic action lasts for 12 hours.

    Indications:

    1. Prevention of plaque in absence of brushing.
    2. Prevention and treatment of gingivitis.
    3. Treatment of oral candidiasis, controlling secondary bacterial infections for aphthous ulcers.
    4. Aids in treatment of mouth and throat infections.

    Directions for use:
    For treatment and prevention, swish in the mouth for one minute. Do not rinse your mouth, eat, drink thereafter for 20 minutes.

    For prolonged use, take 1:1 dilution of Hexidine with plain water. Recommended only under professional guidance.

    Dose:
    10 ml, twice a day.

    Caution:
    Not to be swallowed. For oral use only. Brown staining of the teeth may be reported, while using the product in some cases. This usually disappears once the treatment is over, or may require scaling/polishing.

    Special instructions:
    Do not use toothpastes immediately after rinsing with Hexidine, as it will diminish its effect. Use them first or at a different time of the day, and rinse your mouth thoroughly with water before using Hexidine. Avoid tannin-containing food and drinks for at least one hour after using Hexidine. If symptoms persist, stop using, and consult your dentist. Noticeable change in taste, or burning sensation may occur in exceptional cases upon first use. This usually goes away as you continue to use the product.

    Presentation:
    PET bottles of 80ml (2.7 fl.oz.), 160ml (5.41 fl.oz.) with 10ml measuring cap. Plastic bottle of 500 ml (16.9 fl. oz.).

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  • Hexidine 80ml

    GUM CARE SPECIALIST

    Composition:
    Chlorhexidine gluconate solution I.P. diluted to chlorhexidine gluconate 0.2% w/v in a pleasantly flavoured base.

    Mode of action:
    Bacterial plaque produces irritants, which cause gingivitis and periodontitis, ultimately leading to loss of teeth. Chemical control of plaque is achieved effectively with Hexidine. As an antimicrobial, Hexidine prevents secondary infections arising out of poor oral hygiene. It is particularly useful in plaque control for:

    • Bed-ridden patients following surgery or in the ICU.
    • Respiratory tract infections such as pharyngitis, tonsillitis, post-tonsillectomy surgery, preventing complications of pregnancy gingivitis and bacterial endocarditis.
    • Preventing dental caries.

    Hexidine begins its microbicidal effect in 15 seconds after contact and its bacteriostatic action lasts for 12 hours.

    Indications:

    1. Prevention of plaque in absence of brushing.
    2. Prevention and treatment of gingivitis.
    3. Treatment of oral candidiasis, controlling secondary bacterial infections for aphthous ulcers.
    4. Aids in treatment of mouth and throat infections.

    Directions for use:
    For treatment and prevention, swish in the mouth for one minute. Do not rinse your mouth, eat, drink thereafter for 20 minutes.

    For prolonged use, take 1:1 dilution of Hexidine with plain water. Recommended only under professional guidance.

    Dose:
    10 ml, twice a day.

    Caution:
    Not to be swallowed. For oral use only. Brown staining of the teeth may be reported, while using the product in some cases. This usually disappears once the treatment is over, or may require scaling/polishing.

    Special instructions:
    Do not use toothpastes immediately after rinsing with Hexidine, as it will diminish its effect. Use them first or at a different time of the day, and rinse your mouth thoroughly with water before using Hexidine. Avoid tannin-containing food and drinks for at least one hour after using Hexidine. If symptoms persist, stop using, and consult your dentist. Noticeable change in taste, or burning sensation may occur in exceptional cases upon first use. This usually goes away as you continue to use the product.

    Presentation:
    PET bottles of 80ml (2.7 fl.oz.), 160ml (5.41 fl.oz.) with 10ml measuring cap. Plastic bottle of 500 ml (16.9 fl. oz.).

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  • Hexidine EP 150ml

    Chlorhexidine Mouthwash IP/BP

    Composition:
    Chlorhexidine gluconate solution I.P. dilute to chlorhexidine gluconate 0.12% W/V in pleasantly flavored aqueous base.

    COLOR:
    Brilliant Blue & Tartrazine Yellow

    Indications:

    1. Prevention of plaque in absence of brushing
    2. Prevention and treatment of gingivitis
    3. Treatment of oral candidiasis
    4. Controlling secondary bacterial infections for aphthous ulcers
    5. Aid in treatment of mouth and throat infections

    DIRECTION FOR USE:
    For treatment and prevention, swish in your mouth for one minute. Do not rinse, eat or drink thereafter for 20 minutes. Recommended only under professional guidance.

    DOSE:
    10ml, twice a day.

    STORAGE:
    Keep out of direct sun light.

    WARNING:

    NOT TO BE SWALLOWED. FOR ORAL USE ONLY. Brown staining of teeth may be reported, while using the product in some cases. This usually disappears once the treatment is over or may require scaling/polishing. Remove foil before use.

    Net content: 150 ml/500 ml

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  • Hexidine Fresh

    Hexidine Fresh 300 ml (Anise flavour)

    Composition:
    Chlorhexidine gluconate solution I.P. diluted to Chlorhexidine gluconate 0.2% w/v in a pleasantly flavoured base.

    Mode of action:
    Bacterial plaque produces irritants, which cause gingivitis and periodontitis, ultimately leading to loss of teeth. Chemical control of plaque is achieved effectively with Hexidine Fresh 300ml. As an antimicrobial, Hexidine Fresh 300ml prevents secondary infections arising out of poor oral hygiene.

    It is particularly useful in effective plaque control for:

    • Patients undergoing gum and implant surgeries

    Hexidine Fresh 300ml begins its microbicidal effect in 15 seconds after contact and its bacteriostatic action lasts for 12 hours.

    Indications:
    For therapeutic use post gum surgeries and implant surgeries

    Directions for use:
    For treatment, swish in the mouth for one minute. Do not rinse your mouth, eat, drink thereafter for 20 minutes. No dilution required. Recommended only under professional guidance.

    Dose:
    10 ml, twice a day for 15 days.

    Caution:
    Not to be swallowed. For oral use only. Brown staining of the teeth may be reported while using the product in some cases. This usually disappears once the treatment is over, or may require scaling/polishing.

    Special instructions:
    Do not use toothpastes immediately after rinsing with Hexidine Fresh 300ml, as it will diminish its effect. Use them first or at a different time of the day, and rinse your mouth thoroughly with water before using Hexidine Fresh 300ml. Avoid tannin containing food and drinks for at least one hour after using Hexidine Fresh 300ml. If symptoms persist, stop using, and consult your dentist. Noticeable change in taste, or burning sensation may occur in exceptional cases upon first use. This usually goes away as you continue to use the product.

    Presentation:
    PET bottle of 300 ml (10.14 oz.)

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