Topex Topical Anesthetic Gel 20% Benzocaine | Topex [Dentsply LLC. Professional Division Trading as "Sultan Healthcare"] | BioPortfolio

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Gel – 1oz/30mL AD31001 Cherry AD31002 Mint AD31004 Pina Colada AD31005 Bubble-Num AD31006 Strawberry AD31007 Razzberry

Gel – 100g jar AD31064 Cherry AD31964 Mint AD31067 Pina Colada AD31068 Bubble-Num

For dental use only. Rx only.

Indicated as a topical anesthetic for use on oral mucosa prior to local anesthetic injections, scaling and prophylaxis. Also useful to relieve discomfort associated with taking impressions and intraoral radiographs. Apply as required.

Each gram of Topex Topical Anesthetic Gel contains between 180-220 mg benzocaine in a flavored base.

Do not use onindividuals with a known sensitivity to benzocaine or PABA.


Use of this product may cause methemoglobinemia, a rare but serious condition that must be treated promptly because it reduces the amount of oxygen carried in blood. Stop use and seek immediate medical attention if the patient in your care develops:

Not for use in children under 2 years of age Keep out of reach of children For professional dental use only Take care not to contaminate the jar by reintroducing a used cotton applicator into the jar

In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

Flavored 20% benzocaine gel or liquid for topical mucosal anesthesia.

Topex 20% benzocaine gel is supplied in multiple use containers.

Store between 59°-86°F (15°-30°C). Protect from freezing.

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