PRINCIPLE OF ACTION
Used for the disinfection of the root canal in the oral cavity, Calcium hydroxide is slightly soluble in water and is strongly alkaline and can be partially dissociated into calcium ions and hydroxyl ions.
Therefore, most pathogenic bacteria in root canal cannot survive in the strongly alkaline environment formed by calcium hydroxide and the bacteria in infected root canal are eliminated in a short time after direct contact with calcium hydroxide.
Disinfect root canal; seal root canal temporarily.
1. Put the needle on the syringe and direct it into the root canal to make the paste fully and evenly distributed in the whole root canal;
2. After the root canal is filled with the paste, seal the root canal orifice with zinc oxide clove oil-water cement;
3. This product can be used for many times;
4. After each use, remove the injection needle, drop a drop of distilled water in the cover, tighten the sheath and seal it to reduce the exposure time in the air.