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).
Hemoban is a 25% aluminum chloride, no-epinephrine, hemostatic solution used for controlling superficial bleeding during restorative...
Chloroform is a solvent useful for cleaning up cements from tools and mixing equipment. Not intended for human use.
Ellman's Tincture of Myrrh and Benzoin is a surgical dressing ideally used after a surgical procedure. Used as a post-operative dressing...
Used to flush out debris from root canal Excellent for disinfecting gutta percha 5.25% solution
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.
HeliCOTE® is an absorbable wound dressing made of collagen obtained from bovine deep flexor (Achilles) tendon. The soft, white, pliable...
HeliTAPE® is a thin, soft, white, pliable collagen tape used for dressing minor wounds. Tape accelerates wound healing and is absorbed...
Calasept® has a very high content of calcium hydroxide (41%), which gives it a high concentration of hydroxyl ions. These generate a high...

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