Precaine B Chocolate Mint | Precaine B Chocolate Mint [Pascal Company, Inc.] | BioPortfolio

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Application Directions:

For topical use only

For best results apply to previously dried oral mucosa with cotton swab or similar applicator for adequate control of pain

Removal of excess saliva during application minimizes dilution of the anesthetic and permits maximum penetration

Not more than 1.2 mg per Kg body weight per patient should be applied during a 24 hour period


Recommended dosage should not be exceeded due to possible side effects.

Keep out of the reach of children.

For professional use only.

Do not use in the eye.

Avoid swallowing.

Not for home or unsupervised consumer use.

Not for use on children 2 and younger or pregnant or nursing women.

Precaine B is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to benzocaine or PABA

For product SDS information, please go to or contact Pascal directly.

Store product between 60 degrees F (16 degrees C) and 86 degrees F (30 degrees C).

Rx only is USA

Made in USA

Precaine B

Topical Anesthetic Gel for Oral Use

Chocolate Mint

Contains: Benzocaine 20% in a flavored aqueous base

Net Contents: 30g

Pascal International

2929 Northup Way

Bellevue, WA 98004


REF 15-350



Pascal Company, Inc.

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