Dentaguttal - instructions for use, reviews, analogs and forms of release (drops 10 ml, 25 ml and 40 ml) of the drug for the removal of toothache with flux, pulpitis, periodontitis in adults, children and pregnancy. Composition

Dentaguttal - instructions for use, reviews, analogs and forms of release (drops 10 ml, 25 ml and 40 ml) of the drug for the removal of toothache with flux, pulpitis, periodontitis in adults, children and pregnancy. Composition

In this article, you can read the instructions for using the drug Dentaguttal. Presented are reviews of visitors to the site - consumers of this medication, as well as opinions of doctors of specialists on the use of Dentaguttal in their practice. A big request is to actively add their feedback on the drug: the medicine helped or did not help get rid of the disease, which were observed complications and side effects, possibly not declared by the manufacturer in the annotation. Analogues of Dentaguttal in the presence of existing structural analogues. Use for the removal of toothache with flux (acute periostitis), pulpitis and periodontitis in adults, children, as well as during pregnancy and lactation. Composition of the preparation.


Dentaguttal - combined preparation with moderate analgesic (analgesic) and sedative action for topical application. Also has a local irritating (distracting), antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect. Valerian in the composition of drops narrows the vessels, reduces swelling of the tissues. Camphor removes itching, activates cold receptors, and mint has a disinfectant effect.




Peppermint oil + Camphor + Tincture of rhizomes of valerian + auxiliary substances.




Reduction of toothache before visiting the dentist for such dental diseases as:

  • deep caries;
  • acute purulent pulpitis;
  • acute traumatic pulpitis;
  • acute periodontitis;
  • acute periostitis (flux);
  • pain after removal of tartar;
  • pain after dental interventions.


Forms of release


Dental drops in a 10 ml vial, 25 ml and 40 ml.


Instructions for use and dosing regimen


Locally. Wadded or gauze swab moistened with 2-3 drops of the drug, apply to the sick tooth for 5-10 minutes.


Side effect

  • allergic reactions (urticaria, bronchospasm, angioedema).



  • hypersensitivity to the components of the drug;
  • children under 12 years.


Application in pregnancy and lactation


During pregnancy and lactation, the administration of the drug is indicated if the potential benefit to the mother exceeds the possible risk to the fetus and the baby. Before use, consult a physician.


Use in children


Up to 12 years, the reception of tooth drops Dentaguttal is contraindicated.


Use with caution in children 12 years and over.


special instructions


The drug is intended for symptomatic treatment. It does not affect the cause and pathogenesis of the disease, and in no way can replace the visit to the doctor.


Influence on ability to drive vehicles, mechanisms


During drug treatment, care must be taken when employing potentially hazardous activities requiring increased concentration and speed of psychomotor reactions (vehicle management, working with moving mechanisms, dispatcher and operator work).


If you get into the mucous membrane of the mouth, the medicine may cause a burning sensation.

Drug Interactions


No data available.


Analogues of the drug Dentaguttal


Structural analogs for the active substance:

  • Dent;
  • Dentaplus;
  • Tooth drops.


Analogues for the pharmacological group (dental drugs in combinations):

  • Dent;
  • Dentamet;
  • Dentinox;
  • Dicloran Dent;
  • Dologal ST;
  • Tooth drops;
  • Kalgel;
  • Kamistad;
  • Xerodent;
  • Metrogenex;
  • Metrogil Denta;
  • Metroent;
  • Parodontocid;
  • Propofol H;
  • Sebidine;
  • Solcoseryl dental adhesive paste;
  • Stomatophyte;
  • Stomatophyte A;
  • Stomatophyte expert;
  • Stomaflor;
  • Holisal.


Testimonial from a dentist


Dentaguttal drops serve as a good alternative to painkillers for oral administration (Tempalgin, Pentalgin, NICE, Solpadein and others). Due to topical application, tooth drops do not harm the gastric mucosa, do not have a toxic effect on the liver, which is typical for preparations of a group of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Dentaguttal reduces the intensity of toothache, which is very important, for example, at night or at work, when there is no way to get to the dentist. However, many patients do not realize that this is only a symptomatic remedy, and they use it constantly, which leads to the development of complications. To prevent this, the doctor must first warn about the need to visit him before recommending the drug.

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