Septodont R4

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  • Low surface tension to ensure penetration of solution into dentinal tubules.
  • Large spectrum and rapid action against root canal pathogens (tested on 13 anaerobic bacterial strains).
  • Non irritant formula, well tolerated by periapical tissues.

Septodont R4

Septodont R4 is a solution for the cleaning of root canals by irrigation.The presence of chlorhexidine digluconate ensures clean canals, because of its specific action on anaerobic strains in the root-canal flora and endo-periodontal lesions

FEATURES:-

  • Low surface tension to ensure penetration of solution into dentinal tubules.
  • Large spectrum and rapid action against root canal pathogens (tested on 13 anaerobic bacterial strains).
  • Non irritant formula, well tolerated by periapical tissues.
  • Long lasting & persistent effect during 48 hours after application.

INDICATIONS:-
Root-canal irrigation when endodontic re-treatment is required and/or when root-canal treatment requires several sessions.

CONTRAINDICATIONS:-
Allergy to any component of the formula.

Key Specifications:-

Composition:- 

  • Chlorhexidine digluconate (20 % solution) – 0.2 g
  • Denatured ethyl alcohol – 40.0 g
  • Excipients q.s.(acetic acid, purified water) – 100.0 g

-Close container tightly after each use
-Use within 6 months after opening
-Keep in a cool place (10 to 25°C)

Packaging:-

  • 1 x 13ml Bottle

Direction to Use:-

  • After chemical and mechanical root-canal preparation, flush the canal with sterile water or an EDTA solution.
  • Dry the canal with paper points.
  • For the final irrigation, use R4 solution in a disposable pipette, preventing extrusion of the solution beyond the apical foramen. Do not flush.
  • Remove the excess solution which could adversely affect the sealing
    process of the temporary crown restoration. If necessary, place a cotton pellet in the access cavity and seal it hermetically with a temporary filling, ensuring that the cotton pellet is completely covered.
  • Use a new pipette each time you take some solution.
  • At the next session (after 24 hours to 30 days), flush the canal with sterile water or an EDTA solution.
  • Proceed with the chemical and mechanical preparation of the root-canal
    and/or fill the cavity with a permanent filling, depending on the clinical situation and according to routine procedures.

FAQs:-

  • Does it have a good antimicrobial effect?
    yes.tested on 13 anaerobic bacterial strains.

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