If you develop any side effects and they are severe or they get worse, orlast for more than a few days, contact your dentist.
Solution for dental use
Storing your medicine
It is most unlikely that you will be given this medicine to look after. Yourdentist will not use any of the solution after the expiry date printed onthe container. If you have any medicines, which are out of date, return
PATIENT INFORMATION LEAFLET
Please read this leaflet carefully before you start using this medicine. It
Keep all medicines in a safe place where children cannot reach them.
tells you the important points you should know about CRESOPHENE.
This solution will be stored at normal temperature.
Do not keep any medicines you no longer need; give them back to yourpharmacist for disposal.
What’s in your medicine
Remember, this medicine is only for you. Only a dentist can prescribe it
CRESOPHENE is a clear, slightly yellow solution which contains per
for you. Never give it to anyone else, even if it sounds as though they
100 g the following active ingredients: 0.10 g of dexamethasone base, 5 g
have the same problem as you. It may harm them.
of thymol, 30 g of parachlorophenol and 64.90 g of camphor.
This leaflet provides only a summary of the information known about
CRESOPHENE is available in a cylindrical amber glass vial containing
CRESOPHENE. If you have any questions, want to know more about
this medicine, or are unsure about anything, ask your dentist.
Name of marketing authorisation holder:
Units R & S, Orchard Business Centre
Date of preparation:
St. Barnabas Close, AllingtonMaidstone, Kent ME16 0JZ UK.
If more PILs are necessary, call free number 0800 435155.
Name of manufacturer:
58 rue du Pont de Créteil
About your medicine
CRESOPHENE is an association of three antiseptic agents, including apowerful bactericide, parachlorophenol, with a corticosteroid. Thismedicine can only be given to you by your dentist. It is most commonlyused for the disinfection of root canals.
Before this medicine is used
Before this solution is used, tell your dentist if:
- you have been given CRESOPHENE before and had an allergicreaction (rashes, swelling, itching or difficulty in breathing).
- it is best to let your dentist know if you are taking any other medicines,including those you have bought yourself without a prescription.
- you are sensitive to any of the active ingredients in CRESOPHENE.
How this medicine will be used
Your dentist knows how to use CRESOPHENE. He will give you thedose needed, which depends on the treatment you are having.
The usual dose of CRESOPHENE is about 50 mg, applied once andmaybe a second time if necessary. Your dentist will apply it to the rootcanal.
If you see another dentist or go into hospital, tell them what medicinesyou are taking.
What to do if an overdose is taken
If you (or someone else) swallow a lot of the solution, or if you think achild has swallowed any of it, contact your nearest hospital casualtydepartment or dentist immediately.
SEPTODONT58, rue du Pont de Créteil.
94100 Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, France.
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