Oral Antiulcerant

A mouth ulcer occurs on the mucous membrane of the oral cavity. The most common causes of mouth ulcers are stress, overconsumption of acidic foods, or vitamin deficiencies. An oral antiulcerant eases the discomfort caused due to mouth ulcers.

ICPA offers three oral anti-ulcerants – Hexigel, Mucopain, and Trioplast.

Hexigel contains chlorhexidine gluconate 1% gel which by virtue of its antibacterial action ensures rapid healing of ulcers and is also prescribed in localized gingivitis.

Mucopain contains benzocaine 20% which is a local anesthetic. Benzocaine offers instant mucosal pain relief from oral ulcers and oral mucosal injuries.

Trioplast contains triamcinolone 0.1% w/v topical gel, which is a topical corticosteroid. Trioplast combines the benefits of triamcinolone with superior orabase technology to ensure superior adhesion and relief of anti-inflammatory ulcers.

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  • Hexigel 15gm

    Antiseptic Mouth Gel Ensures Rapid Healing of Ulcers

    Composition:
    Chlorhexidine gluconate solution I.P. equivalent to chlorhexidine gluconate 1.0% w/w in pleasantly flavoured base.

    Mode of action:
    Hexigel kills local pathogenic irritants and helps ulcers to heal faster. In cases of oral hygiene, plaque inhibition and localized gingivitis (gingivitis confined to a specific area), Hexigel is to be brushed on the teeth once or twice daily.

    Indications:
    Gingivitis, oral candidiasis, aphthous and other oral ulcers, maintenance of oral hygiene.

    Directions:
    For oral hygiene, plaque inhibition and gingivitis: Brush your teeth with the gel once or twice a day.For management of aphthous and other oral ulcers: Apply the gel to affected areas once or twice a day.

    Warning:
    Brown staining may be reported with extensive use in some cases. It can be removed by brushing or polishing.

    Presentation:
    Lamitube of 15g (0.52 oz)

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  • Mucopain 15gm

    For Instant Mucosal Pain Relief

    Composition:
    Benzocaine I.P. 20% w/w in a water-miscible base

    Mode of Action:
    Topical anaesthetic agents such as Mucopain penetrate the oral mucosa effectively and offer local anaesthetic activity that lasts for 10-20 minutes. The poor water solubility of Mucopain makes it safe for topical use. Local anaesthetics reversibly block nerve transmission, when applied to a limited area of the body. They bind to the sodium channels in the nerve membrane and prevent the entry of sodium ions in response to the membrane’s depolarization.

    Indication:
    For production of topical anaesthesia of all accessible mucous membrane, except eyes. For temporary local relief of pain associated with dental conditions and oropharyngeal disorders.

    Directions for use:
    Use as and when required.

    Warning:
    Discontinue medication and consult a doctor if sensitivity or irritation occurs. Safe use of Mucopain is not established during pregnancy on the foetus. Do not cover the affected area with cotton or other material. Not for infant use.

    Presentation:
    Lamitube of 15g (0.52 oz)

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  • TRIOPLAST

    Triamcinolone Acetonide Dental Paste

    Anti-Inflammatory film for oral mucosal lesions

    Composition:
    Triamcinolone acetonide IPNSP 0.1%w/w, Oral paste – QS.
    Preservatives: Methyl paraben IP/USP0.2%wlw, Propy1 paraben IP/USP0.02%w/w.

    Indications:
    TRIOPLAST is indicated for:

    • Inflammatory disorders of the mouth
    • Lesions of oral mucosa
    • Recurrent aphthous ulcers
    • Stomatitis
    • Ulcerative conditions associated with Oral lichen planus, pemphigus, & Mucositis

    Contra Indication:
    This preparation is contraindicated in patients with a history of hypersensitivity to any of its components . Because it contains a corticosteroid, the preparation is contraindicated in the presence of fungal, viral or bacterial infections of the mouth or throat.

    Direction for use:
    Squeeze out about a 1/4th of an inch long ribbon of TRIOPLAST on the tip of a clean & dry finger. Apply with little pressure to the lesion until a thin film develops. Hold in position until it become sticky. The preparation should be applied at bedtime to permit steroid contact with the lesion throughout the night. Depending on the severity of symptoms, it may be necessary to apply the preparation two to four times a day, preferably after meals. Do not eat or drink for half an hour after applying TRIOPLAST.

    Storage:
    Store below 30’C.

    Presentation:
    TRIOPLAST 0.1% Oral Paste is supplied in 5g laminated tube containing 1mg of triamcinolone acetonide per gram of paste.

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