Power Bleaching Photoreactive Drug Information

The following medications are commonly considered to be photoreactive and may cause an adverse condition if used in conjunction with Power Bleaching solutions. If you are currently taking any of these medications, please consult with your physician before going through with the bleaching procedure. To check photoreactive properties of any medication not listed below, please consult the most recent edition of the Physician's Drug Reference (PDR).

Generic NameTrade Name
ChlorthiazideAldoclor, Diupres, Diuril
Hydrochlorothiazide
Aldacteride, Aldoril, Capozide Dyazide, Hydrodiuril, Lopressor
Orotic, Moduretic
ChlorthalidoneCombipres, Tenoretic, Hgroton
NaprosynNaproxen
OxaprozinDaypro
NabumetoneRelafen
PiroxicamFeldene
DoxycyclineVibramycin, Doryx
CiprofloxacinCipro
OfloxacinFloxin
PsoralensMethoxsalen, Trisoralen
DemoclocylineDeclomycin
NorfloxacinChibroxin, Noroxin
SparfloxacinZagen
SulindacClinorilm, Sulindac
TetracyclineAchromycin
St. John's Wart
IsotretinionAccutane
TretinoinRetin A