Reduces the risk of instruments fracturing by acting as a lubricant
Helps to flush out debris
EDTA, a demineralising agent, softens dentine making calcified canals easier to shape
The combination of urea peroxyde causes an effervescent reaction which helps to remove smear layer in the canal up towards the crown
Canal walls free of smear layer due to EDTA and its softening effect
Using EDTA, a chelating (demineralising) agent, clean canal walls, completely free of smear layer are obtained and calcified canals are easier to shape.
Chemically cleans and removes smear layer thanks to urea peroxyde
Complete removal by rinsing thanks to its completely water-soluble formulation
Urea peroxyde, an oxidising agent also used in bleaching processes, chemically cleans and removes anaerobic bacteria in the canal flora. The formulation, which is completely water-soluble, gives the mixture its gel consistency.