1.5% w/v Hydrogen Peroxide
Why Hydrogen Peroxide Mouthwash?
Due to the increased concerns of Dentists about keeping the oral cavity bacteria free before starting dental procedures, there’s been a significant increase in the number of mouthwash products containing hydrogen peroxide as a Pre-Procedural Rinse. Hydrogen peroxide helps kill bacteria by releasing oxygen, which alters the environment of anaerobic bacteria and inhibits their growth.
What are the Benefits of Purexa Peroxide Pre-Procedural Mouthrinse?
Improves Oral Hygiene: Hydrogen Peroxide is a powerful disinfectant that helps keep canker sores and other small wounds in the mouth from becoming infected, enabling them to heal faster. When put on a cut, hydrogen peroxide bubbles or foams as it releases oxygen. The foaming helps clean the area, remove dead cells, and reduce bacteria
Whitens Teeth: Hydrogen Peroxide is the main active ingredient in many over-the-counter and professional teethwhitening products. Gargling with hydrogen peroxide also makes teeth look whiter for a few hours
Antibacterial Properties: Hydrogen Peroxide can help treat gum disease. Plaque that forms on the teeth contains a slimy film of bacteria called biofilm. Hydrogen peroxide releases oxygen that helps destroy the bacteria
How to Use Purexa Pre-Procedural Mouthrinse?
It is important to know how to use a hydrogen peroxide solution correctly to ensure maximum benefits and avoid unwanted side effects.
- Swish with ready to use Purexa Pre-Procedural Mouthrinse which is 1.5% percent concentration of Hydrogen Peroxide as a Pre Procedural Rinse. (Recommended in CDC, ADA, DCI & IDA Guidelines)
- Gargle, swishing the solution all around the mouth for about 30 seconds
- Spit the solution out
- The peroxide rinse may cause some foaming in the mouth, which is normal
- Hydrogen peroxide is safe for most people if they use it correctly. However, the compound can be harmful if a person uses it too often or if the concentration is too strong.
The usual dosage recommended in most common treatment cases. Please remember that every patient & their case is different, so the dosage can be different based on the disease, patient's age and medical history. Needs clinician advise for use.
No, there is no any evidence that it is addictive.
Its as per the existing clinical condition recommended by doctors , used in clinical practice as a preprocedural mouthrinse also.
a. Improves oral health - Hydrogen peroxide is a powerful disinfectant that can help to keep small wounds in mouth from becoming infected, which also helps them heal faster. b. Whitens your teeth c. Because of its antibacterial properties, hydrogen peroxide may help treat gum disease. d. Gargling with hydrogen peroxide may help treat minor mouth irritations, such as cuts or canker sores, because it is an antiseptic.