Eludril Antiseptic Mouthwash
Bacterial plaque is a polymicrobial film that forms gradually and continuously on the surface of the teeth.
If bacterial plaque is not completely eliminated by brushing, it mineralises within a few days and turns into tartar which adheres strongly to tooth enamel. The presence of bacterial plaque or tartar is the principal cause of gum problems; it may cause redness or irritation.
Thanks to its renowned active antibacterial agents, Eludril helps to reduce the development of dental plaque.
It also helps to prevent the onset or worsening of gum problems.
It can be used in addition to periodontal or implant treatment.
Eludril combines two active agents, chlorhexidine (0.1%) and chlorobutanol (0.5%), which have cleansing properties.
These active ingredients help to maintain good oral hygiene by preventing the formation of bacterial plaque and tartar.
Instructions for use:
Use morning and evening after brushing the teeth.
Adults: fill the measuring cup up to 15 ml with the solution, and then dilute to the upper line with warm water.
Children aged 6 to 12 years: fill the measuring cup up to 10 ml with the solution and then dilute to the upper line with warm water.
Do not use in children below the age of 6 years. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not swallow. Do not use in the event of known allergy to one of the ingredients in the solution.
Do not use in pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Prolonged use may occasionally cause a brownish staining of the teeth and tongue, which disappears with brushing. In some cases, an alteration of taste may occur but generally goes away after using the solution for some time.