Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Drugs for oral diseases.. Medications. Antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory. Oral ligaments. Gum Name. Sensitive toothpaste. Fluoridoxasone. Chlorhexidine

There are other drugs prescribed non-analgesics, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory, the most important:
1 - sedative drugs: Venergon, diazepam, Valium, 2, 5, 10 mg.
For example, a coward is given 2 mg of the night of surgery.
Anticonvulsants: fluoridoxasone. For example,
Some medications include muscle relaxants such as paracetamol + chlorine dexasone, for example: surgical intervention on the third molar area (inflammatory reactions are associated with the determination of the opening of the mouth). This product is given (pain reliever + muscle relaxant)
3. Vitamins: for example
B-complex is given in the case of Bloemrfensan syndrome when antibiotic coverage for a long time.
Vitamin C is given in case of deficiency and ...
4. Antifungal agents: Nystatin is given when inflammation with egg white.
 Nystatin Syrup: Take a teaspoon of the patient to swallow then swallow it and have a systemic or topical effect.
Note: When you use antibiotics for a long time and do not use B-complex with which activated candida white eggs in the patient.
5 oral ligaments: such as chlorhexidine.
6 - the name of the gums: such as anasticol.
Sensitive toothpaste such as Sensodyne (closes the ivory pipe nozzles and reduces sensitivity).
Antihypertensives: de histamine lauratidine.
Antihypertensives are useful in purulent alveolar inflammation, but the mechanism of their effect is unknown.
Note: (Tigripam (charpamazipine is described in cases of trigeminal neurosis is not the jurisdiction of the general dentist.