Gel for orifice detection and chemical and mechanical enlargement of root canals
INSTRUCTION FOR USE EDETALE
Scope – dentistry. For professional use in medical-prophylactic establishments.
EDETALE Gel is suitable for the detection, chemical-mechanical distension, the formation of dental root canals, and also for removal of carious dentin and formation of shallow cavities using hand tools.
Individual intolerance. Do not use inappropriately.
At the correct storage, transportation and observance of the package leaflet adverse effects are absent.
EDETALE Gel are produced for using in aggressive biological environment in the temperature range from 32°C to 42°C (in oral cavity conditions at the temperature of (37±1)oС and humidity of 60-90%). EDETALE Gel contain calcium chelate in the acid form: in the form of the sodium salt EDTA (20%), paste-forming and filler.
Calcium chelate (sodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate), getting on dentin, forms a complex compound with the calcium it loosens the dental tissue structure and facilitates the development of calcified and scleroid tooth canal orifice, clean and shape hard-to-reach canals and cavities. The gel in a joint application with sodium hypochlorite solution of foam due to the active discharge of chlorine and oxygen. Foam release helps to remove infected tissue and dentinal debris. The treatment results in improved color and luster of teeth by bleaching. The gelling agent is a good lubricant for tools, allows to penetrate into hard to reach areas of the root canal. Watersoluble gel base makes it easy and quick to wash it off with water.
Thanks to hydrophilic based thixotropic gel is easily inserted into the root canal of the lower and upper jaw, penetrates deeply and is easily washed away with water.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
The set of dental gels is produced for using in aggressive biological environment in the temperature range from 32°C to 42°C (in oral cavity conditions at the temperature of (37±1)°C and humidity of 60-90%). Before gels applying, the tooth must be isolated with rubber dam or with cotton swabs.
Gels to facilitate the dental tissues preparation, detection, chemical-mechanical distension is applied to the tool and with light pressure movements to start the dental tissue preparation or the channel development. If necessary, repeat the procedure several times with fresh portions of the gel. Then the cavity or root canal is rinsed with distilled water. After application of the peroxide gel, root canal is washed with endodontic suture with sodium hypochlorite solution. Foaming in the root canal testifies the presence of the expand gel in the root canal. After foaming finishing the channel should be rinsed with distilled water.
Attention! After each application the syringes with the gel should be closed carefully. Failure to comply with the requirements leads to disqualification of the materials for use.