PAROSIN is an easy to use liquid for rinsing, washing and cleaning of the gum pockets, which quickly and effectively removes gingivitis inflammations. It comes with a syringe rinsing dispenser.
How to use PAROSIN
We take off the plug and put a bent tip in its place.
Insert the tip carefully as far as possible into the gingival pouch.
Slowly press the plunger to rinse the inflammatory area.
We rinse until all solid impurities leave the pocket.
After completing the rinsing, the patient is asked to rinse the mouth with water.
To reduce pain during rinsing, we can slightly heat the preparation, placing it in eg warm water.
Application of PAROSIN
The area around the second class fills
Teeth areas with difficult sawing, especially eights
After removing tartar
Swelling of the gums under the dentures and around the teeth supporting the braces
Under prosthetic works such as bridges or crowns
Before extraction, in the gingival pockets adjacent to the tooth to be removed
In the area of orthodontic appliances
How PAROSIN works
The combined effects of ozonized water, low pH and minerals reduce the pathogenation of pathogenic microorganisms. The mineral components dilute and dissolve the inflammatory content from the gingival pockets, without painful foam formation.
The chemical composition of PAROSINE
Contraindications to the use of PAROSINE
Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients. The interaction was not found. Side effects do not occur in the case of treatment as indicated.
What precautions should be taken in relation to the use of PAROSIN
PAROSIN is intended for dentists and dental hygienists.
PAROSIN should not be used for rinsing root canals.
The preparation should be kept out of reach of children or unauthorized persons.
The preparation can be used in peptic ulcer disease, diabetes and pregnant women. It does not cause addictions or complications, it can be used according to individual needs.
We avoid contact with the eyes. In case of contact, rinse with plenty of water and consult a specialist.