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No.1# Choice of Doctors for Treating Dentinal Hypersensitivity

# Senquel F is No.1 prescribed brand within the A01A1 STOMATOLOGICALS TC4 for the indication Sensitive Teeth/ Dental Calculus in the last 5 MAT period (IMS prescription number in Absolute), represent only Metro & Class 1 towns across India.
* 5% Potassium Nitrate acts in 30 seconds.
1. Wara-aswapati N, et al. The effect of a new toothpaste containing potassium nitrate and triclosan on gingival health, plaque formation and dentine hypersensitivity, J Clin Periodontol. 2005;32(1):53-3.

Where to use?

  • In treating all Dentinal hypersensitivity cases where immediate relief is needed
  • In treating Post Procedural Sensitivity after Scaling1 , Root Planing2 & Bleaching3 cases
1. Chalas R, et al. Assessment of pain intensity with dentin hypersensitivity after application of prophylaxis paste on calcium sodium phosphosilicate formula.Med Sci Monit. 2015;21:2950-5.
2. Pillon FL. at el, Effect of a 3% potassium oxalate topical application on dentinal hypersensitivity subgingival scaling and root planing. J Periodontal. 2004;75(11):1461-4.
3. Amengual J, et al. Dental hypersensitivity in dental bleaching: case report, Minerva Stomatol, 2009;58(4): 181-5.

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Abridged Prescribing Information

SENQUEL-F foaming medicated oral gel

Composition: Potassium nitrate 5%, Sodium monoflurophosphate 0.7%, Triclosan 0.3%. Indications: Used for treatment and prevention of tooth sensitivity. Dosage & administration: For Dental Use Only. Pea sized dental gel is applied with a soft brush to affected teeth twice a day. Brush the teeth for at least 1 minute. Spit out the medication after use. Not to swallow the medication. Not to eat, drink for at least 30 minutes after use to get the best results. Contraindications: With known history of hypersensitivity or allergies to any ingredients. Special Warnings and Precautions for use: The amount of application is small pea-sized with proper brushing technique. Infants under 6 months of age and population living in areas with high fluoridated water supply (over 0.6ppm) are advised to avoid fluoride containing toothpastes. Use in specific populations: In Pregnancy and lactation- Potassium nitrate belong to category C drug. However, patients should follow the advice of the physician regarding its use. Triclosan is detected in breastmilk. Nursing women are advised to consult a physician before use of SENQUEL-F. Senquel F should not be used in children under 2 years of age. Adverse Reactions: Potassium Nitrate if ingested may cause serious adverse effects, which include: dizziness, abdominal pain, blue discoloration of lips, skin and fingernails, diarrhoea, headache, convulsions, confusion, nausea and unconsciousness.


Dated: 10th August, 2021

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