Benzocaine is a versatile pain killer that can help to ease a wide range of dental aches and pains, from sore throats to toothache. …read moreSee less
If your sore throat is being a real pain in the neck, benzocaine sprays from brands like Ultra Chloraseptic can help you to find your voice again.
If your pain is more targeted, like a toothache or a mouth ulcer, benzocaine creams or gels could be just what you need to ease your discomfort.
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Can benzocaine be used for cold sores?
Some benzocaine products can be used to soothe pain and irritation caused by cold sores, but others are better at easing mouth ulcers, toothache, and other oral pain.
If you experience cold sores and are looking for a way to ease the irritation caused by them, then you should ask your doctor or pharmacist to recommend a product that’s going to be most effective for you.
Can benzocaine be used for teething pain?
Products that contain benzocaine usually aren’t suitable for children under the age of 2, as it could cause serious side effects.
If your child is suffering from teething pain, ask your doctor, pharmacist, or health visitor to recommend a suitable product for them.
Can I use benzocaine if I’m pregnant?
If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medications, including products which contain benzocaine.
Some medications that you usually use may not be safe for you when you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, so you should only use benzocaine if your doctor tells you that it’s safe to do so.
Is benzocaine suitable for children?
Benzocaine oral care products usually cannot be used by children under the age of 12.
If your child has a toothache or a sore throat, speak to your doctor, pharmacist, or dentist for advice.