Endogel-RC is a ready to use water-soluble Ethylene Diamine Tetracetic Acid (17% EDTA) in Gel form for root canal cleaning,
Endogel-RC is a ready to use water-soluble Ethylene Diamine Tetracetic Acid (17% EDTA) in Gel form for root canal cleaning, packed in multi-dose plastic dispensing syringe. It is both lubricating and chelating material in gel form, to be used during cleaning and shaping of the root canals during endodontic treatment. This is non sterile device & does not require sterilization while being used.
Indication: For use as root canal lubricant during mechanical instrumentation in endodontic treatment of teeth. For use as a root canal conditioner during chemico-mechanical preparation of calcified root canal and shaping the canal, aiding in the softening of the calcifications and removal of debris from the prepared tooth. Advantage: Effective chelating. Lubrication. Deburring water-soluble material. 17% Liquid based EDTA Used to ?ush out the debris from canal. Removes the smear layer from dentinal walls. It facilitates root canal preparation. Also helps in removal of calcium hydroxide oil based from the canals. Mechanically activated using an endo brush. Storage: Always close the cap immediately after use. Store at a temperature between 10°C to 30°C. Packing: 3 g x 1 syr + 3 Applicator tips. Shelf life : 24 month.
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