Lacer Flúor mouthwash

Oral health care for children

Lacer Flúor mouthwash is formulated to prevent oral diseases. Ongoing use of Lacer Flúor mouthwash helps keep tooth enamel in good condition, strengthening its structure.

Lacer Flúor mouthwash helps to reduce the prevalence of tooth decay in the population, providing fluoride in ionic form to the tooth enamel. The incorporation of this fluoride into the hydroxyapatite strengthens the most external layers of the tooth, reducing its vulnerability to the factors that cause dental caries.

Fluoride’s effectiveness against decay is based on four main actions:

  • Increases enamel resistance.
  • Remineralises incipient lesions (white stains).
  • Inhibits the growth and metabolism of bacteria in dental plaque.
  • Slows the formation and growth of dental plaque.

Moreover, Lacer Flúor Mouthwash includes Xylitol, which favours remineralisation because:

  • It reduces the formation of acid in the plaque.
  • It reduces the amount and adhesiveness of the plaque.
  • It keeps pH high, both in saliva and in plaque, avoiding high and dangerous degrees of acidity.
  • It remineralises incipient lesions.

Instructions for use:

Rinse with 10 ml for 1 or 2 minutes, making sure that the liquid is distributed all throughout your mouth. Do not swallow the mouthwash and avoid eating or drinking in the following 15 minutes. Use once a week.

Fluorine Lacer special mouthwash for the youngest

Presentation and coding

  • Lacer Daily Fluoride 0.05% STRAWBERRY flavour 500 ml (N.C. 238576.4)
  • Lacer Daily Fluoride 0.05% MINT flavour 500 ml (N.C. 212209.3)
  • Lacer Daily Fluoride 0.2% STRAWBERRY flavour 100 ml (N.C. 238592.4)


Lacer Daily Fluoride MOUTHWASH 0.05%

  • Sodium fluoride 0.05 g
  • Xylitol 1 g
  • Suitable excipient q.s. 100 ml
  • Fluoride ion 225 ppm

Lacer Weekly Fluoride MOUTHWASH 0.2%

  • Sodium fluoride 0.20 g
  • Xylitol 1 g
  • Suitable excipient q.s. 100 ml
  • Fluoride ion, 900 ppm


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