Light Cure Calcium Hydroxide
2 x 2.5g Syringes
Effective protection of the pulp
Directions for use
* Ensure that the tooth surface is perfectly dry before application.
The plunger should not be retracted for the non-dripping syringe to function.
Dispense required amount of material.
* Linings more than 1mm must be built up in layers and each layer must be light cure using blue light for 20 seconds.
* When a higher level of adhesion is necessitated, a suitable adhesive material can be used.
* Excess material must not be removed using a probe, rather using a rotating instrument.
* Calcimol LC should not be used in restoration margins.
* Calcimol LC adheres to methacrylate based products, temporary sealing materials and certain impression materials (eg. Polyether). Therefore, use of a separating medium is recommended in such cases.
* Must not be exposed to direct light (operating light or sunlight)
It has caustic effect on the eyes and mucosa and hence should not be allowed to come in contact with the eyes.
* The use of Calcimol LC should be avoided in combination with phenolic substances such as zinc oxide eugenol.
Direct application and light-curing saves chair time
Ready to use
Formation of tertiary dentin
Resistance to acids
Antimicrobial effect due to high pH
Radiopaque for radiographic identification
The NDT syringe aids in precise application
Indirect pulp capping
Lining under all filling materials
Protection when applying the total-etch technique
Syringes 2 x 2,5 g, Application cannulae type 41