DENTSPLY Detrey Conditioner 36 For Etching & Dentin Conditioning
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DeTrey Conditioner 36 is a blue-tinted gel containing 36 % phosphoric acid for the etching of tooth enamel and conditioning of dentine prior to bonding with resin-based materials
Enamel etch technique in connection with composite and compomer restorations Total etch technique in connection with composite and compomer restorations
|Directions To USE|
1. Cleaning Clean unprepared enamel with a rubber cup and pumice or a cleaning paste such as Nupro® Prophylaxis Pastes Wash thoroughly with water spray and air-dry. Clean freshly cut enamel and dentine with water spray and then air-dry 2. Acid Conditioning of Enamel and Dentine (Total Etch Technique) It is recommended to follow the Total Etch Technique described below: Remove cap from the end of the syringe. Attach disposable needle tip to end of the syringe. Turn tip clockwise to assure that it is fully seated. Gently extrude gel directly to surface/s to be treated. Needle tip may be bent for easy access. Start to apply DeTrey Conditioner 36 gel (36% phosphoric acid) to the cavity surfaces at the enamel margins For best results, condition enamel for at least 15 seconds and dentine for 15 seconds or less. Discard needle after use as needle may clog if gel is allowed to dry inside. Replace original cap 3. Rinsing and Drying Remove gel with aspirator tube and /or vigorous water spray and rinse conditioned areas thoroughly for at least 15 seconds. Further treatment of the conditioned area depends on the adhesive material which is applied following the conditioning procedure. Consult respective directions for use Once the surfaces have been properly treated, they must be kept uncontaminated. If salivary contamination occurs, thoroughly clean with vigorous water spray, dry, and repeat conditioning procedure of enamel for 5 seconds only. Rinse as described above. Proceed with adhesive procedure.
2 x 3ml Syringes Each 25 x Applicator Needles