Directa DryDent® Sublingual - Unique saliva control
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Super Absorbents have reached an entirely new level with the introduction of DryDent Sublingual. Sublingual is a unique new product which collects and manages the saliva produced by the sublingual glands and the submandibular glands. It is placed under the tongue to collect the most amount of undesired moisture under the sublingual area. Its super absorbent qualities provide a dry oral environment during a variety of procedures. DryDent sublingual should be barely moist for individual, easy adaptation to the patients' sublingual area.
Saliva ejectors can be placed over the DryDent Sublingual, reducing uncomfortable suctions of soft tissue. Patient comfort has been enhanced with its soft, smooth material design that minimizes uncomfortable swallowing reflexes. DryDent Sublingual’s absorbent capacity keeps the amount of moisture in control even when fully saturated. Available in Small packages of 50 pieces and Large package of 50 pieces. Normal secretion: 0,25-0,35 ml/minute. Stimulated: 1-3 ml/minute. For adults, one big DryDent Sublingual and two DryDent Parotid approximately about 16 ml of saliva during a 30 minute treatment.
DryDent’s super-absorbent foam absorbs saliva produced by both the parotid and sublingual glands Most dentists will agree that controlling saliva and moisture during dental procedures is essential, but not always easy. “Keeping a dry field is very important in a modern dental practice, and sometimes is a real challenge,” Dr. James DeFilippo told Dental Product Shopper. With so many moisture control products available— from cotton rolls to traditional dry angles to suction devices—how does a dentist choose an effective and efficie...
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