Dentinox - Gel N teething aid 10g

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The milk teeth are already formed in the womb. When the baby is born, 20 tooth crowns are slumbering in the small jaw, waiting for the breakthrough. Around the middle of the first year of life, the first tooth tips in the lower jaw push out. It usually takes two years for the deciduous teeth to be complete.
Possible symptoms vary greatly. Many babies are irritable, sleep and eat poorly. When a new tooth makes its way, salivation increases and little ones drool profusely. The gums may be red and cause pain. The tried-and-tested anti-inflammatory teething aid that promotes wound healing makes this development phase easier for the child.
Dentinox-Gel N contains anti-inflammatory chamomile tincture and local painkilling agents in child-friendly dosages. The gel, which adheres well, acts locally exactly where the erupting tooth is causing problems.
Teeth are born without pain

The aid that has been tried and tested a million times over when the first teeth break through.
  • Dosage suitable for babies with three active ingredients: chamomile tincture, lidocaine hydrochloride, macrogollauryl ether
  • Pain reliever, anti-inflammatory, promotes wound healing
  • Sugar-free with caries-inhibiting sugar substitute xylitol
  • Without coloring and preservatives

If necessary, the application can be continued until all the teeth of the deciduous dentition and the later molars have emerged.

Active substance concentration: tincture of chamomile flowers 150mg/g, lidocaine hydrochloride monohydrate 3.4 mg/g, macrogollauryl ether 3.2 mg/g Dosage form: gel

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