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  • And I promise you that the taste is yucky

    • by Bartleby
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      As someone who gets a lot of canker sores, I use this gel to numb the pain before eating a meal or brushing my teeth. It works fine to locally numb the ulcer and the area immediately around it.

      After all, OraState contains about 10% Benzocaine, a legitimate anesthetic.

      Like the oral pastes and a

      more expensive gel called Orajel, a tube of this stuff works just fine.

      My tube (0.

      5 ounces) was just under $4, whereas all the other nearby products were $7 or more.

      OraState works just as it says it does.

      You squeeze some on the immediate area of the canker sore and it will sting for a ...

      • second or two before numbing the ulcer zone and the gums around it.

        You do have to be careful not to use too much, as it can be a little more liquid-y than gel-y.

        If it runs to other parts of your mouth, you could numb your tongue and other areas that don’t need the anesthetic.

        And I promise you that the taste is yucky.

        Whenever I get a canker sore, I squeeze on OraState to numb the pain and wait about two minutes for it to take full effect.

        I find that the anesthetic only lasts from 30 to 90 minutes, so it does have to get reapplied through the day, especially before meals or brushing.

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