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Debrox Allergy In Children
Most person who use Debrox - carbamide peroxide to loosen wax in the ear find it doesn't burn
If you are using it and it causes pain or irritation, it might be because you have some ear infection that is irritated by the product.
You are not supposed to use it if you have an ear infection. ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
6month-1yr: Whitening really only needs to be done 1-2 times a year. You will not likley get much more benefit than that. ...Read more
How many days should I use Debrox for? I used it for ~5 days (2x/day) but then had to cancel my appt for earwax removal last minute, and went 2 days without putting it. I want to start using it again prior to my next appt so the removal doesn't hurt, but
1week: 1 week of retreatment should prepare your ears for syringing. All the best. ...Read more
It may it may: Debrox should only be used if you have impacted wax. It should not be used as a preventive medicine. If you using this medication daily, the ear canal skin, and outer layer of the ear drum can become inflamed. Wax is beneficial and should not be routinely removed unless it obstructs your hearing or if you feel pressure and fullness in the ear canal. Wax should be managed by an ENT doctor. ...Read more
Basics of Wound Care: The real question is what not to do that slows down healing. Avoid using alcohol, peroxide, hibiclens, betadine, and bleach solutions. Inflammation (red, hot, swollen, tender) is important to healing so anti-inflammatories (motrin, advil) are bad. Cover the area with a clean dressing changed every other day and protected from trauma. Antibiotics do not help healing unless it is truly infected. ...Read more
No: Contraindicated. Don't do it.Get a more detailed answer ›
Look at the package: If you follow the manufacturers recommendations, you might have some sensitivity, but that should go away. I'm not aware of any long term side effects if you follow the manufacturers recommendations. ...Read more
Bleach & desensitize: Carbamide peroxide (5% to 35%) breaks down to hydrogen peroxide and urea and it is the hp that bleaches, whitens and deco lorises the tooth when it breaks down to water and oxygen. This can leave teeth sensitive to hot and cold and remineralizing agents can seal the tiny pores in the tooth and root that were opened during bleaching and reduce sensitivity. ...Read more
Debrox: Can attempt to irrigate with hot water in shower to remove debris. If this does not work, will need to see ENT for ear irrigation or microscopic cleaning ...Read more
Hydrogen Peroxide: It's hydrogen peroxide. It is indeed the stuff used for scrapes and cuts. ...Read more
Yes: Absolutely but only under the supervision of your dentist. ...Read more
Depends: Some products have 10%, others 16% and still others 37% carbamide perioxide. ...Read more
Try hydrogen peroxid: While any whitening gel can cause sensitivity and aching of the teeth, hydrogen peroxide requires less wear duration per application than carbamide peroxide. Typically h.P. Is one hour, while c.P. Is several hours. We caution our patients to back off and use less frequently when this occurs. Ask your dental professional for daywhite hp gel. ...Read more
No: If you are doing this to prevent or control wax build up in the external ear canals, debrox will eventually produce an irritation and even inflammation of the skin of the ear canal. Wax is important to have and it is protective against bacteria and fungus. The ears should be examined periodically and only if you have a lot of wax, let an ENT doc examine and clean it. ...Read more
Debrox Otic Solution: Debrox otic solution is effective in dislodging cerumen (wax) from ear canals. However you need to be patient when using debrox and allow that to penetrate deep into the ear canals before you get up and do house chores. Also with some tough ear wax it may take a couple of weeks to work. Still you may have to see your doctor to use the water-pick in your ears. ...Read more
Bleach & desensitize: Carbamide peroxide breaks down to hydrogen peroxide and urea and it is the hp that bleaches, whitens and deco lorises the tooth when it breaks down to water and oxygen. This can leave teeth sensitive to hot and cold and remineralizing agents can seal the tiny pores in the tooth and root that were opened during bleaching and reduce sensitivity. ...Read more
If irrigate after: Then yes, usually see a chunk or two come out. ...Read more
Most person who use Debrox - carbamide peroxide to loosen wax in the ear find it doesn't burn If you are using it and it causes pain or irritation, it might be because you have some ear infection that is irritated by the product. You are not supposed to use it if you ...Read more
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