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Drug Name: Perisol
Generic Name(s): chlorhexidine gluconate
Drug Class: Antiseptics
Treats: Gingivitis

Perisol (chlorhexidine gluconate) is a germicidal mouthwash that works by reducing bacteria in the mouth. This medication is used along with regular tooth brushing to treat a gum disease known as gingivitis that causes red, swollen and bleeding gums. However, this medication may also be used for other conditions as determined by the doctor. Consult your doctor for more information.

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Perisol Uses

Perisol is a germicidal mouthwash that is mainly used to treat gingivitis, which is a gum disease. Gingivitis is a disease that causes redness, swelling and bleeding of gums. This medication works by reducing bacteria in the mouth. This medication should be used along with regular tooth brushing to treat gingivitis. However, Perisol does not treat all types of gingivitis. This medication should be prescribed by the dentist only. Use exactly as prescribed. However, this medication may also be used for other purposes as determined by the doctor. Do not share this medication with anyone with the same symptoms as you. Consult the doctor or a dentist for preparation and instructions.

  • Gingivitis

Perisol Dosage

Perisol dosage varies with the type of the patient since it is different for different patients. The dosage should be given after the patient has been examined by the dentist. Do not start, or change dosage before consulting the doctor. Do not use the medication in larger amounts, or use it for longer than recommended by your doctor. The dosage is taken in the form of topical soap, liquid or topical sponge. Note that the dosage should be given by a dentist only. Below you will find a typical Perisol dosage.

Adult Dosage for Gingivitis

  • 15 mL twice daily after brushing
  • Retain oral rinse for 30 seconds then spit out after rinsing

Perisol Side Effects

Perisol has a variety of side effects. It has some needed side effects which may not be reported. The unwanted side effects can cause serious complications and thus require reporting. In case the effects persist, seek medical attention immediately. Below you will find a list of side effects associated with Perisol. Note that not all possible side effects are listed.

Common side effects

  • Tooth or tongue staining
  • increased tartar
  • mouth or throat irritation
  • dry mouth
  • change in taste of food

Rare side effects

  • Blistering
  • burning
  • itching
  • peeling
  • skin rash
  • redness
  • swelling or other signs of irritation on the skin
  • swelling of the face, hands, or feet
  • trouble breathing

Perisol Interactions

Perisol has no known drug interactions as research shows. However, it does not mean that there are no drug interactions at all. Consult your doctor or dentist for more information since they may be aware of any possible drug interaction and may monitor you for it. Do not combine any medicine unless instructed by your doctor or a dentist. Inform the doctor of all prescription and non-prescription drugs and all herbal products that you are currently taking to avoid further complications. Also, inform your doctor if you have any allergic reaction towards any medication. Do not start, stop or change the dosage unless the doctor tells you to do so.

  • No known drug interactions