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The description is actual on 18.07.2016

  • Latin name: Dentol
  • ATH code: N01BA05
  • Active ingredient: Benzocaine (Benzocaine)
  • Producer: Pharmascience, Canada


In 1 g of gel — 75 mg or 100 mg of benzocaine. Glycerin, polyethyleneglycol, sodium saccharin, fragrance, ascorbic acid, water as auxiliary components.

Release form

Gum gel with fruit aroma of 7,5% and 10% in a tuba on 15 g.

Pharmacological action

Anesthetizing and antiinflammatory.

Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics


Active agent of drug the benzocaine which is local anesthetic blocks carrying out nervous impulses, provides anesthesia of mucous membranes. When drawing on mucous oral cavities action begins in 1 minute and 20-30 minutes last.


Active agent is soaked up from mucous and quickly split by blood cholinesterases by hydrolysis to the metabolites containing paraaminobenzoic acid. Metabolites are removed by kidneys.

Indications to use

Dentol of 10%

  • stopping of a dentagra at children is more senior than 6 years and adults;
  • short-term anesthesia of a mucous oral cavity and gums at insignificant damages;
  • anesthesia at short stomatologic procedures.

Dentol of 7.5%

  • stopping of pain at pro-cutting of teeth (at children since 4 months);
  • temporary elimination of a dentagra at children;
  • anesthesia at dental care, at damages of a mucous oral cavity;
  • treatment of aphthous stomatitis (as a part of complex therapy).


  • hypersensitivity to benzocaine;
  • infectious inflammatory process in the place of use of drug;
  • the multiple injured sites on a mucous membrane.

With care to apply at pregnancy. To children 4 months are younger apply only on doctor's orders.

Side effects

Benzocaine of 2-10% is well transferred. It is non-toxical and does not render an irritant action. Emergence of side reactions is connected with individual intolerance or exceeding of a dosage. Local reactions are shown:

  • burning sensation;
  • local reddening;
  • itch;
  • hypostasis.

At emergence of these symptoms putting gel is stopped. In rare instances there can be generalized rash, the small tortoiseshell, a Quincke's disease.

Dentol, application instruction (Way and dosage)

Gel Dentol is applied on mucous to an oral cavity. Procedure is run by clean hands. A small amount of gel is squeezed out on an index finger and applied on a gingiva in the place of eruption, moderately rubbed. At a dentagra gel is applied around tooth. Frequency rate of use 3-4 times a day. After putting drug it is impossible to drink and eat food.

Before treatment it is desirable to check individual sensitivity to drug: to put a gel drop with the size about a match head on mucous an under lip, to wait for 20-30 min. In the absence of hypostasis, reddening and other undesirable reactions it is possible to apply necessary amount of gel on a gum or tooth. More than 7 days are not recommended to use drug.


At observance of the exact mode of reception overdose is not noted. Strengthening of adsorption and increase of concentration of drug in blood can be observed at multiple damages of a mucous oral cavity or at disturbance of the mode of dosing. In such cases oppression of cardiovascular system, and also oppression or stimulation of TsNS is possible. At emergence of these symptoms the address to the doctor is recommended.


Not to use along with sulfanamide drugs and inhibitors of cholinesterase.

Terms of sale

It is released without recipe of the doctor.

Storage conditions

Temperature of storage is up to 25 °C.

Period of validity

4 years.


Coincidence on the ATH code of the 4th level:

Similar effect is had: drops of Bebident (active agent benzocaine), Kamistad-gel, gels of Dentinoks and Kalgel (active ingredient lidocaine), homeopathic tablets Dentokind.

About Dentole

The way of topical administration of drug allows to provide necessary concentration in a site of application. It belongs also to dental gels with mestnoanesteziuyushchy action — Dentol and Dentol of babies who differ in percentage of anesthetic and the last can be applied from the 4th monthly age. About drug inconsistent that is connected with pain degree of manifestation at the child. At insignificant pain which not really disturbs the child gel is effective and enough use to 4 times a day. But if the pains expressed also disturb day and night, then drug is inefficient as there are restrictions in frequency rate of its use. Most often from the negative moments of drug the incontinuous effect, difficulties with drawing (the child does not give it to make) and unpleasant taste is noted it.

  • "… Well helps, one may say, that this our rescue";
  • "… We apply to anesthesia at aphthous stomatitis";
  • "… Only twenty minutes work, then there comes pain again";
  • "… Works it is not long. Better Kalgel helps, lasts for 2-4 hours";
  • "… In vain the thrown-out money. Gel does not help anybody!!!!".


  • Dentolpharmascience (Canada)
  • Dentolpharmascience (Canada)


  • Dentol gel of 10% 15gfarmasayns
  • Dentol gel of 10% 15gfarmasayns
Section: For an oral cavity
in more detail

Education: Graduated from Sverdlovsk medical school (1968 - 1971) as "Paramedic". Graduated from the Donetsk medical institute (1975 - 1981) as "An epidemiologist, a hygienist". Passed postgraduate study in the Central scientific research institute of epidemiology Moscow (1986 - 1989). An academic degree – the candidate of medical sciences (degree is awarded in 1989, protection – the Central scientific research institute of epidemiology Moscow). Numerous advanced training courses are studied in epidemiology and infectious diseases.

Experience: Work as the manager of department of disinfection and sterilization of 1981 - 1992. Work as the manager of department of especially dangerous infections of 1992 - 2010. Teaching activity at Medical institute 2010 - 2013.

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