Root Canal Conditioner (EDTA 15% + Carbamide Peroxide 10%)
upto 7 days returnable
Irrigate and cleanse the root canal removing germs that cause infection. 2% Chlorhexdine Gluconate Solution with
Surfactant, provides reduced surface tension
an irrigating substance or intracanal medicament, as it possesses a wide range of antimicrobial activity,
substantivity (residual antimicrobial activity), lower cytotoxicity
Chlorhexidine Gluconate Solution IP Equivalent to Chlorhexidine Gluconate 2.0% w/v.
For Asepsis of Root canal.
2 syringes X 3.6g (5 ml) + 5 applicator tips
Directions to use
Directions to use
STEP 1: After access cavity preparation remove the pulp and flush canal with sodium hypochlorite solution.
STEP 2: Dispense Anabond Endoprep-Rc either directly from the unit dose applicator to a dappen dish and carry to the canal by coating a small hand file or from the syringe with the Anabond Endoprep-Rc syringe tip in and around the canal orifice.
STEP 3: The sodium hypochlorite will react with the Anabond Endoprep-Rc and begin to effervesce or bubble.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE BUBBLING REACTION.
STEP 4: Using a small hand file, mix the Anabond Endoprep-Rc and sodium hypochlorite in the canal.
STEP 5: Gently irrigate and evacuate with sodium hypochlorite.
STEP 6: Coat the first file in the rotary file technique with Anabond Endoprep-Rc and use to desired depth. Anabond Endoprep-Rc will now act as a file lubricant while instrumenting the canal with a rotary instrument.
STEP 7: Repeat step 6 for each step in the crown-down technique sequence until canal shaping and cleaning is completed.
NOTE: Irrigate and evacuate using sodium hypochlorite to remove Anabond Endoprep-Rc mixture and dentinal debris from canal after every 2 files in the rotary file sequence.
STEP 8: Once shaping is completed, thoroughly flush and evacuate canal using H2O to remove all irrigants. Dry canal and obturate.