How to Use
Apply, with your finger or with the help of an applicator, an amount of gel about the size of a pea in the painful area, massaging gently. Renew the application every 3 hours, before meals and at bedtime. Do not use for more than 7 days. The use in children is contraindicated.
Indications: Bucagel is a non-prescription medication with local analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties in small wounds and inflammation of the gums, palate veil, tongue, lips and other areas of the oral and nasal cavity, especially those resulting from the use of dental prosthetics. This medicine is contraindicated in case of allergy or hypersensitivity to any of the constituents. It should not be used in children. The frequency of application should not exceed 8 to 10 applications in a general amount the size of a pea per application. Like all medicines, Bucagel can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. There may be a temporary tingling or burning sensation due to alcohol contained in the gel or a reversible burning sensation. Reye's syndrome rarely occurs. If you notice any of the side effects or other not mentioned, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. If in doubt, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Medicinal Product Not Subject to Medical Prescription. Composition: Choline salicylate (87 mg / g), Ketalkonium chloride, Ethanol, Purified water, Sodium cyclamate, Anise essential oil, Glycerin, Menthol, Methylcellulose 4000