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2.5% Lidocaine 20% (OTC)
Benzocaine 2.5% Prilocaine
Brief Summary of Prescribing
INDICATIONS: Cetacaine is a
topical anesthetic indicated for use
on all accessible mucous membrane
where pain control is required,
except the eyes.
CONTRAINDICATIONS: Do not
inject or use in the eyes. Cetacaine
is contraindicated in patients who
are hypersensitive to any of its
ingredients or are known to have
cholinesterase deficiencies. To avoid
excessive absorption, Cetacaine
should not be applied to large areas
of denuded or inflamed tissue, or
administered to patients who are
hypersensitive to any ingredients or
are known to have cholinesterase
deficiencies. Cetacaine should not
be used under dentures or cotton
rolls, as prolonged contact may
cause an escharotic effect. Routine
topical anesthetic precautions
should be observed. Application
of Cetacaine Liquid of more than
400 mg is contraindicated.
**“HurriCaine® Get the Facts” literature, Beutlich.com
†Oraqix® Prescribing information, Dentsply.com
Cetacaine® Prescribing information, Cetacaine.com
PRECAUTIONS: On rare occasions, methemoglobinemia
has been reported in connection with benzocaine-containing
products. Do not exceed maximum dose. If a patient
becomes cyanotic, treat appropriately to counteract, such
as with methylene blue, if medically indicated.
HurriCaine® is a registered trademark of Beutlich
Pharmaceuticals, LLC. Oraqix® is a registered
trademark of Dentsply Sirona. Cetacaine® is a
registered trademark of Cetylite, Inc.
of popular topical
Topical Anesthetic Liquid
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30-60 minutes of anesthesia that’s easy to apply
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ADVERSE REACTIONS: Adverse
reactions, such as hypersensitivity,
including anaphylaxis, are rare.
Discontinue use if rash or allergic
reactions develop. The most common
adverse reaction caused by local
anesthetics is contact dermatitis.
Cetacaine should not be applied for
prolonged periods except under
Safe use of Cetacaine during
pregnancy has not been established
and should not be used during early
pregnancy unless a doctor determines
the benefits outweigh the risks. An
appropriate pediatric dose has not
been established. Reduced dosage is
recommended among elderly, acutely
ill, and very young patients.
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