Topical anaesthetics

XILONIBSA SPRAY 10%

Topical anaesthetic for the oral mucosa with a pleasant banana flavour.


Topical anaesthesia with lidocaine can be used in dentistry for:

  • Desensitisation of the mucous membranes.
  • Needle insertion for conduction or infiltration anesthesia.
  • Control of pain in a wounded area.
  • Placement of orthodontic bands.
  • Inhibition of the pharyngeal reflex (for radiographic imaging or impression).
  • Oral mucositis.
  • Simple extraction of primary tooth.
  • Dry socket.
  • Rubber-dam clamp placement.
  • Surgical treatment of the mucosal surface, such as superficial submucosal abscess incision.
  • Inhibition of reflexes during endotracheal intubation.
  • Root planning or scaling.

Indications

Topical anaesthesia for mucous membranes in surgery, obstetrics, dentistry and otorhinolaryngology.

Benefits

  • Fast anaesthetic effect
  • Pleasant banana flavour
  • Easy to apply

Duration

ONSET OF ACTION: 1-3 min
Anaesthesia of the mucous membrane: 15 min

Composition

Each ml contains:

  • Lidocaine 100 mg
  • Ethanol 96º
  • Menthol
  • Saccharine
  • Macrogol 400
  • Banana flavouring
  • Purified water

Presentation

Box with one 50 ml glass flask with a plastic push button and 2 plastic cannulas

Uses

The dosage varies in accordance with the area to be anaesthetised, the extent of tissue vascularization, individual tolerance, and the anaesthetic technique to be used.

  • 1 to 5 applications on the mucosa.
  • 3 sprays to the maxillary sinus puncture.
  • Maximum of 20 pulses or 3 mg/kg of body weight per day, administering the lowest dose possible that provides the required anaesthetic effect.


Recommended administration: sprayed onto a dry mucous membrane.