17% EDTA Solution buffered to neutral pH used for preparation of root canals by rapid cleansing and enlarging of root canals. Application: For root canal cleansing and shaping during instrumentation. EDTA Solution helps in opening calcified canals.
Disodium EDTA, purified water.
Method of Use
Transfer portion of solution from the bottle to a disposable syringe fitted with a disposable needle. Insert the needle into the root canal until resistance is felt and withdraw about 2mm.
Inject the solution slowly into the canal to irrigate debris and to chelate the canal walls.
Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin (allergic contact dermatitis), and eyes. Avoid prolonged inhalation. Do not take it internally. Contact with the skin may cause irritation, burns of hypersensitivity. If contact with skin occurs immediately wipe off thoroughly with cotton and alcohol and then wash well with soap and water. If skin rash and sensitization or other allergic reaction occurs discontinue use and seek medical attention. If the product comes into contact with the eyes, rinse thoroughly with fresh water and consult a physician. It should not be used with patients who have a history of severe allergic reaction to any of the components.
Store at room temperature between 5~ 35oC. Protect from direct sunlight. Close the container carefully after use. Keep away from moisture. Shelf life not affected after opening if stored in a cool & dry place.
3 years from date of manufacturing.
1 x 15ml Glass Bottle, Dispensing Dropper.
To be disposed off based on the prevailing rules of the country in which it is used.
The material has been developed solely for professional dental use. Application should be carried out strictly according to the instructions for use. Liability cannot be accepted for damages resulting from failure to observe the instructions of the stipulated area of applications. The user is responsible for testing the material for its suitability and not to use for any other purpose not explicitly stated in this instruction sheet. Description and data constitute no warranty of attributes and are not binding.