What is Candid mouth paint
Candid mouth paint is an antifungal medication used in treating mouth fungal infections by destroying fungal cell membranes. The active ingredient in candid mouth paint is clotrimazole.
What is Candid mouth paint used to treat?
Candid mouth paint is used in treating fungal infections of the mouth (thrush). It is slowly released into the saliva through the lips and cheeks. Do not smoke, eat or drink for at least 30 minutes after using Candid mouth paint and ensure completion of the dose and duration directed by your doctor.
What are the side effects of candid mouth paint?
While using Candid mouth paint, you may notice any of the following or all of the following side effects such as:
- Skin peeling
- Irritation of application site.
Should any of these effects persist or worsen, consult your doctor immediately.
What is dequadin mouth paint used for?
Dequadin is a broad-spectrum antibacterial and antifungal medication containing dequalination chloride. It is used in treating tonsillitis, pharyngitis, gingivitis, canker sores, and post tooth extraction infections. Dequadin is effective against borelia vincenoti, candida albicans, and some species of trichophyton.
How to apply Candid mouth paint for babies.
Using a clean finger, smear the gel onto the affected areas of your baby’s mouth, but not at the back of the throat to avoid inducing vomiting.