Aria Dent - Coltosol
Temporary filling material
- Zinc oxide
- Zinc sulphate-1- hydrate
- Calcium sulphate – hemihydrate
- Diatomaceous earth
- Dibutyl phethalate
- Polyvinyl – acetate- chloride copolymer
- Peppermint aroma
- Temporary filling of class I and II cavities
- Temporary sealing in endodontics
Moisten the cavity with a water spray. Take up prepared coltosol; form the pad using a spatula or an instrument (e.g. coltene composite instruments, modeling spatulas) and apply into the cavity. Condense coltoso into the cavity using a condenser (e.g. coltene, Composite Instrument) and adapt to the cavity walls by gently condensing. Remove occlusal contact points with a scaler.
It is advisable not to fill very deed cavities up to the base of the cavity, so that coltosol can be removed more easily from the cavity.The surface of ARIA DENT coltosol hardens within 20-30 min by absorbing water (e.g. Saliva action). After 2-3 h the temporary filling can be subjected to mastication pressure.
ARIA DENT coltosol (in glass jars) must be stored tightly sealed at temperatures not over 23 0 C. and 50 % relative humidity .Avoid exposure to direct sunlight or other heat sources.
Glass jar coltosol, 37g & instruction for use.
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