AVUE SOL – Gutta Percha Solvent
Manufacturer : Dental Avenue
Packaging : 5 ml
Gutta Percha Solvent
1. Non hazardous/non carcinogenic unlike chloroform/ trichloroethylene.
2. Based on nattural substances (d-limonene), does not cause irritation to oral mucosa and periapical tissue.
3. Evaporation of solvent is less.
4. Less volatile
AvueSol – Gutta Percha Solvent for Re-Root canal treatment
d-Limonene based gutta percha solvent for removing gutta percha at the time of root canal retreatment.
- Main ingredient d-Limonene is a natural substance extracted from orange oil.
- It does not cause any irritation to oral mucosa & periapical tissues.
- High softening potency saves chair side time
- Tactile sense reduces risk of perforations
- Reduces risks associated with the use of power-driven instruments during mechanical desobturation
- Evaporation of solvent is less due to low volatility
- Non-carcinogenic unlike chloroform
- Biocompatible:100% natural and Non-toxic
- To remove all types of root canal filling materials including Zinc Oxide-Eugenol cement.
- For removing gutta purcha at the time of root canal re-treatment.
- As a disinfectant or cleaner for endodontic instruments like K – files or Reamers
Instructions & Storage
FOR ROOT CANAL RETREATMENT
- Step 1 – Carry AvueSol in a disposable Syringe
- Step 2 – Put 2-3 drops of Solution into the Canal
- Step 3 – After 4-5 minutes it wil start to soften the material.
- Step 4 – Start negotiating the canal with #10 H file and move to #15 H file for further negotiation, then to #20 H file
- Step 5 – Use 3-4 drops of Avuesol if required to retrieve coronal and apical guttapercha.
FOR TEMPORAY CEMENT REMOVAL
- Dispense AvueSol into a dappen dish or directly on a cotton pallet.
- Place the soaked cotton pellet on root canal filling material and cover with temporary cement.
- Remove the softened filling material after two days.
- It can be used for removal of remaining material in the apical part of the canal using small hand files
|Dimensions||7 × 7 × 15 cm|
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