VOCO Fissurit FX Syringe Refills
Pit &Fissure Sealant
Out of stock
Light-curing highly filled fissure sealant with fluorides
Sealing of fissures and occlusal surfaces for caries prophylaxis
Sealing of extended fissures
Filling of small cavities
|Features||Filler content of 55% w/w for outstanding abrasion proofness Quick and easy application from the direct-application syringe with bendable metal cannulae Optimal flow properties High stability and good adhesion to enamel Perfect marginal adaptation Continuous fluoride release White for easy visual control|
Store Fissurit FX at temperatures between 4 °C - 23 °C and protect from light.
|Directions To USE|
Directions: Fissures should be sealed as soon as the eruption of the tooth allows treatment and a dry work field can be secured. After drying, thoroughly clean the surfaces to be sealed (rotating brush/cleaning paste), spray and dry. In case of incipient carious lesions or unclear diagnosis extend the fissure with a fine instrument. Etching: Apply Vococid etching gel (blue colour for control), work in with a short-haired disposable brush and let act for 15 - 30 s according to the condition of the enamel. Thoroughly rinse and dry. The etched enamel should have an opaque and matt-white appearance. Avoid subsequent contamination. Please refer also to the Vococid instructions for use Syringe application: Remove the protective cap from the syringe. Place a new cannula on the Fissurit FX syringe. To avoid air bubbles, hold the syringe vertically and press the material up to the tip of the cannula. Fissurit FX homogeneously flows from the cannula upon light to medium pressure. Check the cannula for clogging if stronger pressure becomes necessary. Apply Fissurit FX from the margin into the fissure or cavity and let penetrate for 15 - 20 s. Remove any air bubble (e. g. with a fine probe). Important: Turn the piston of the syringe after application to relieve it from pressure and to avoid unnecessary flow of the material. Light-curing: Polymerise Fissurit FX for 20 s per surface and check the sealing. To lightcure this material conventional polymerisation devices are suited. The light output should be a minimum of 500 mW/cm2 on halogen polymerisation devices and 300 mW/cm2 on LED devices. Re-seal deficit areas, remove excess cautiously (e. g. finishing diamond) and polish if necessary (rubber polisher). Then apply a fluoride varnish on the treated and neighbouring teeth.
2 x 2.5g Syringes Application cannulae type 40