Medicines, dentists and The Law. Safety Warning. Colgate Duraphat Rinse, which contains sodium fluoride 0.2%w/w (900 ppm F), is suitable as an aid to treat early decay and to help prevent cavities. You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use. High concentration fluoride toothpastes are a relatively recent innovation and come in two strengths. Colgate Duraphat Varnish Colgate Duraphat fluoride varnish contains 22,600 ppm fluoride. Perhaps you have ‘dry mouth’ or braces which both make cavities more likely. As part of the Duraphat range, Colgate Duraphat Daily Mouthwash is proven to provide superior fluoride retention and uptake when compared to a regular 225ppm F mouthwash. Medicines Act 1968 Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 ... • e.g. has a great range of Fragrance and Electrical Offers as well as a range of health and beauty products in make-up, skincare, toiletries, perfume, hair, … Safe, great-tasting, and easy to use, Phos-Flur … It is quick and easy to apply, and sets rapidly in contact with saliva, resulting in patient comfort and acceptance. Maybe you’re just curious about … Colophony in Duraphat varnish. Colgate Duraphat Daily Mouthwash is a high strength daily fluoride mouthwash that helps to provide daily protection against caries. A moderately strong 2,800ppm sodium fluoride paste (eg, Duraphat 2,800) may be used by individuals aged 10 years and over, and a high strength 5,000ppm sodium fluoride paste may be prescribed for those aged 16 years and over. Does your family have a history of cavities? Phos-Flur ® Rinse is specially formulated for orthodontic patients, and helps reduce the appearance of white spots. *** ITEM DISCONTINUED *** Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust>> NON - Formulary Item - contact pharmacy for advice Fluoride: Non Formulary: Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust>> NON - Formulary Item - contact pharmacy for advice POC (APC) 137 Prescribing of Fluoride products Fluorides (Duraphat ® (Mouthwash)) Non Formulary 10 Prescribing of dental products – Duraphat®(sodium fluoride ) toothpaste and Corsodyl®(chlorhexidine) mouth wash GPs should not accept requests to issue FP10 prescriptions for dental products such as Duraphat® toothpaste and Corsodyl® mouthwash that have been recommended by dentists. Curasept mouthwash cannot be prescribed on an NHS prescription • Gengigel/Gelclair OK on WP10 but not ... • Oral anticoagulants should not be discontinued in the majority of patients requiring out-patient dental surgery