- Citrolid® oral gel is used to obtain a local anaesthesia     
  of the lining of the inside of the mouth(buccal mucosa) 
  before performing dental procedures.
  It contains two active ingredients:
• lidocaine, a local anaesthetic, which numbs the pain-   
  ful area temporarily.
• cetrimide, an antiseptics, with both bactericidal and 
  detegent properties 

- Citrolid® oral gel contains:
   Lidocaine HCL    5%
   Cetrimide                    0.15%

- Hypersensitivity to (lidocaine HCL or cetrimide)
- If you have a severe infection or an inflammation in the 
  area to be treated.
- Children under 4 years old.

-The safety of this drug on pregnant and brest feeding 
  women has not been proved yet, however Citrolid® oral 
  gel used with caution during pregnancy and lactation.

 Systemic adverse reactions are extremely rare.   
 However, as with any local anaestheitic, adverse 
 reactions may result from high plasma levels due to 
 excessive dosage, or rapid absorption, or any result for 
- Nervous manifestations: nervousness, dizziness, blurred 
  vision, tremors, drowsiness, convulsions,
  unconsciousness, respiratory arrest.
- Cardiovascular manifestations:  heart rate decrease,    
  hypotension, myocardial depression,cardiac arrest.
- General manifestations: allergic reactions characterized 
  by cutaneous lesions, urticaria and oedema.
Over dose:-
- If you swallow a lot of gel, or if you think your child has 
  swallowed any of the gel, tell your dentist.

- Over dosage may increase lidocaine concentration in  
  serum causing dangerous adverse effects, so must   
  necessary follow dosage and physician instructions.
- Only a dentist can administer this product.
- Soaps should be used with caution when you receive
  Citrolid® oral gel, as they can decrease the efficiency of 
  the active substance cetrimide.
-Avoid chewing gums or any type of hot food as long as 
  the anaesthesia persists, as there is a risk of biting.

-Citrolid® oral gel: aluminum tube 15g.

-Store at temperature below 25°C.