LQS – Lidocaine


Available size: 100 per pack
Flavour: Peach

The evolution of this effective anesthetic has now been introduced in a Thin Film Strip form

  • The advent of an oral lidocaine strip adds greatly to the dental clinic’s ability to deliver pain-free procedures and reduce patient anxiety prior to the introduction of a local anesthetic
  • LQS – Lidocaine can also provide rapid pain relief for patients suffering from ulcers and trauma to the mouth.

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10 per pack, 100 per pack


  • The advent of an oral lidocaine strip adds greatly to the dental clinic ability to deliver pain-free dental procedure and reduce patient anxiety prior to introduction of a local anaesthetic. In some cases, treatment could be provided with the LQS – Lidocaine for rapid application and pain relief.
  • The pleasant flavoured measured dose strip is placed on the treatment area, numbing as it dissolves.
  • The strength of the strip can vary for other dental uses such a post-op pain control for surgery, stomatitis, oral lesion, painful oral ulcers, and traumatic injuries.

Ingredients & Dose


  • Pullulan
  • Lidocaine Hydrochloride Monohydrate
  • Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Methyl Salicylate
  • Glycerin
  • Polysorbate 80
  • Sucralose


  • 30mg Lidocaine per strip

Benefits of Use for Patients

  • Reduction in patient anxiety due to strong efficacy of product
  • Ease of administration; the strip can be administered by a staff or self administered by the patient. The strip can easily be inserted by the patient while waiting in the reception area in a dental office
  • Use for hygiene patients where cleaning is required, and the patient does not need injectable local anaesthetic reducing patient anxiety
  • Ease anxiety in children who are nervous at the dentist
  • Post surgery pain relief
  • Subsidiary uses for other oral conditions such as ulcers, generalized stomatitis, traumatic injury, and immediate pain control.

Benefits for the Practitioner

  • Time savings for dentists as the current needle process takes up to 5 minutes using conventional spray and gels and consumes chair time
  • Cost effective for the practitioner