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Oraqix Periodontal Anesthetic

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Oraqix provides effective injection-free anesthesia for scaling and root planing. DENTSPLY Pharmaceutical’s Oraqix (2.5% lidocaine, 2.5% prilocaine) is the only FDA-approved, needle-free anesthetic for scaling and root planing (SRP). The subgingival gel provides profound, rapid-onset anesthesia directly to the periodontal pocket without the need for injections. Because Oraqix is site-specific, multiple areas can be treated in a single visit.

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Oraqix Periodontal Anesthetic DENTSPLY Pharmaceutical Oraqix provides effective injection-free anesthesia for scaling and root planing. DENTSPLY Pharmaceutical’s Oraqix (2.5% lidocaine, 2.5% prilocaine) is the only FDA-approved, needle-free anesthetic for scaling and root planing (SRP). The subgingival gel provides profound, rapid-onset anesthesia directly to the periodontal pocket without the need for injections. Because Oraqix is site-specific, multiple areas can be treated in a single visit. Onset and Duration Oraqix a...

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Oraqix Non-Injectable Anesthetic Gel

Oraqix Non-Injectable Anesthetic Gel While we have an obligation to provide our periodontal patients with instrumentation that?s thorough and effective, we must also make sure patients are comfortable during these procedures. In 2004, enter DENTSPLY Pharmaceutical?s Oraqix, which has become an essential component of contemporary clinical armamentarium for nonsurgical instrumentation in the treatment of periodontal disease. A less invasive, needlefree alternative to injection anesthesia, Oraqix is a lidocaine and prilocaine (2.5%/2.5%) non-injectable anesthetic periodontal gel. Patient-Centered Care Most clinicians would admit that when patients are adequately anesthetized, they are...

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