Medicaments

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Used to soften gutta percha points and cones Has mild antiseptic qualities Solvent; not intended for human use
Sodium Perborate is an oxygenating powder mixed with Superoxol to bleach nonvital teeth (referred to as the Walking Bleach Method).
Used to flush out debris from root canal Excellent for disinfecting gutta percha 5.25% solution
Hemoban is a 25% aluminum chloride, no-epinephrine, hemostatic solution used for controlling superficial bleeding during restorative...
Eugenol U.S.P. is an antiseptic and analgesic. It is commonly used with zinc oxide powder for temporary cements and with zinc oxide and...
Chloroform is a solvent useful for cleaning up cements from tools and mixing equipment. Not intended for human use.
For treating sensitivity caused by cervical erosion.
Ellman's Tincture of Myrrh and Benzoin is a surgical dressing ideally used after a surgical procedure. Used as a post-operative dressing...
Using ARESTIN (minocycline hydrochloride) after scaling and root planing procedures effectively treats periodontal disease. ARESTIN...
Medidenta Calcinase is used to dissolve out calcium from enamel, dentin and other calcium compounds without causing corrosion of the...
Xylol (Xylene) is a solvent used to soften gutta percha points prior to filling. Not intended for human use.
OrthoEssentials announces the addition of their line of Bicuspid Bands, Weldable Brackets, Molar Bands and Tubes, and their Ceramic Bracket.

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