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Dental Anesthetic Gels

Efficacy Matters

Dentists and patients alike are tired of ineffective benzocaine gels that are available from typical dental suppliers. Yet all dentists would agree that reducing the pain and discomfort of dental procedures should be a high priority.

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Powerful Tool

Your anesthetic choice could prove to be the most powerful tool in your toolkit! The proper use of anesthesia can determine how a patient feels about their office visit more than the skill of the dentist or the outcome of the procedure!

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Dentists report using topical anesthetics for a variety of uses including:

  • Scaling and root planning

  • Pre-injection numbing

  • Placement of orthodontic TADs

  • Taking impressions and intra-oral radiographs

  • Tooth Extraction

  • Soft-tissue and palatal procedures


LTP 10/4/10 Anesthetic Gel

Lidocaine 10%, Tetracaine 4%, Prilocaine 10% gel

A viscous gel with good mucosal adherence, LTP 10/4/10 is available in unflavored, mint and cinnamon flavors. As this is a customizable product, the strength of any ingredient can be adjusted to your liking.

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How to apply?

The oral mucosa should be as dry as possible – this enhances the efficacy of the anesthetic.  Dentists typically apply a small amount of gel to a gauze pad which is then held in place on the mucosa for up to 3 minutes.  Anesthesia will last around 20-30 minutes.


 30mL gel


FREE Office Delivery

How to order?

Call the store and ask to speak to Sarah, our pharmacist! 518-621-7748

This product is intended for professional use in a healthcare setting. It must be ordered by a licensed physician.  Compounded topical anesthetics are used by dentists throughout the country, but they are not FDA approved, as such their use is considered off-label.

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