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CANAL CLEAR – Citric Acid 20 %

450.00

CANAL CLEAR – Citric Acid 20 %

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450.00

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About JAYPEE ENDO CANAL CLEAR – Citric Acid 20 % Root Canal Irrigant

100 ml

Citric acid is used in dentistry for specific purposes, including cleaning and conditioning dental surfaces, as endodontic irrigant for opening blocked canals.  JAYPEE ENDO CANAL CLEAR Citric Acid 20 % Root Canal Irrigant in an endodontic irrigant suited for irrigating and opening blocked canals.

Purpose:

Citric acid is used in dentistry primarily for its chelating and cleaning properties. It can help remove calcium deposits and stains from dental surfaces. Citric acid irrigation can decrease dentine microhardness and cause decalcification and erosion, especially when used before Sodium Hypochlorite.

Concentration:

Citric acid solutions used in dentistry are often prepared at a concentration of 20%. This concentration provides effective chelating action without being too strong or too weak for its intended purposes.

Chelating Properties:

Citric acid acts as a chelating agent, meaning it can bind to metal ions, particularly calcium ions. In dentistry, it is used to decalcify and remove mineral deposits from surfaces like dental instruments and appliances. And is useful for instrumentation of blocked root canals.

Cleaning and Conditioning:

Citric acid solutions are used for cleaning and conditioning purposes.

Instrument Cleaning: Citric acid can be used to clean dental instruments, removing mineral deposits that may accumulate during use.

Endodontic Use: In endodontics (root canal treatment), citric acid can be used to condition and clean the root canal walls, aiding in the removal of the smear layer.

Biocompatibility:

When used according to established protocols, citric acid is generally considered biocompatible within the context of dental procedures.

Application:

Citric acid is typically applied to the dental surface or instrument or used as an irrigant , allowed to dwell for a specific period, and then rinsed thoroughly to remove any residue.

Caution:

While citric acid is generally safe for dental applications, caution should be exercised to prevent prolonged or excessive exposure, especially to soft tissues. Irritation or damage can occur if not used properly.

Compatibility with Dental Materials:

Citric acid is generally compatible with various dental materials. However, its use should be avoided on certain materials that may be adversely affected by acidic solutions.

Storage:

Citric acid solutions should be stored according to manufacturer recommendations, and clinicians should ensure that the solution remains within its specified concentration range.

It’s essential to follow manufacturer guidelines and established protocols when using citric acid in dentistry. Additionally, dentists and dental professionals should consider patient factors and specific clinical situations when incorporating citric acid into their procedures.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. What are the applications of citric acid irrigant in dentistry?

Citric acid is a tricarboxylic acid that is typically used to detoxify diseased root surfaces and expose intrinsic collagen fibers in new attachment therapy. It is also used to help remove the smear layer during biomechanical preparation.

  1. How does CANAL CLEAR citric acid help is instrumentation of blocked root canal?

CANAL CLEAR Citric acid irrigation can decrease dentine microhardness and cause decalcification leading to to easy instrumentation of blocked root canal.

  1. What is concentration CANAL CLEAR citric acid root canal irrigant?

CANAL CLEAR root canal irrigant has concentration if 20%

  1. Can CANAL CLEAR be used to remove smear layer during scaling?

Yes, CANAL CLEAR can be used after dilution to remove the smear layer from teeth during scaling. It helps is easy removal of heavy stains during scaling.

  1. What is dilution need for removing smear layer?

20% CANAL CLEAR has to be diluted to 10% by adding equal quantity of water.

  1. Is CANAL CLEAR citric acid root canal irrigant flavoured?

Yes, CANAL CLEAR  root canal irrigant is lightly mint flavoured.

  1. Is CANAL CLEAR citric acid root canal irrigant colored?

Yes, CANAL CLEAR root canal irrigant is Orange for easy identification and differentiation from other irrigants.

  1. Why is CANAL CLEAR citric acid root canal irrigant colored?

CANAL CLEAR root canal irrigant is colored for easy identification and removal because any leftover irrigant will lead to decalcification of root canal.

  1. How is leftover CANAL CLEAR citric acid root canal irrigant removed?

After using CANAL CLEAR root canal irrigant the leftover irrigant is flushed out using saline or sterile water.

  1. When is CANAL CLEAR root canal irrigant to be used?

CANAL CLEAR root canal root canal irrigant is to be used before using sodium hypochlorite irrigant. And is used during canal opening after identification blocked root canal.

 

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