By Donna J. Phinney, Judy H. Halstead
From amalgam to zinc oxide eugenol, the Dental fabrics advisor offers a brief reference for the makes use of and houses of fabrics ordinarily present in dental perform. This crucial source can be utilized in the course of clinicals and labs and is additionally a convenient examine instrument for examinations.
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4. 5. 6. 23 foam tip or dispense a few drops of liquid from the syringe into a dappen dish and use a small applicator. To improve the comfort of the patient, warm the syringe to body temperature. Check the flow of the material from the syringe on a paper pad and then pass the syringe to the dentist for placement. The material is rubbed until the dentin is saturated for about 20 seconds. After the material is placed, gently air-dry for 30 seconds or let air-dry for 2 minutes. The material has a frosty white precipitate.
MIXING AND SETTING TIME: • No mixing required. Setting time: 5 to 10 seconds or just long enough for the layers to dry. DIRECTIONS: 1. Clean and dry the cavity preparation. 2. Prepare two applicator brushes, cotton-tipped applicators, or small cotton pellets. 50 3. Remove the cap from the varnish and dip the applicators into the varnish until they are moistened. 4. Replace the cap on the varnish because of the strong odor and to prevent evaporation of solvent. 5. Dab off the excess varnish on a gauze.
Pass the placement instrument to the dentist and hold the paper pad close to the patient’s chin. 7. Once the material is in place, light-cure for 20 seconds. DYCAL-TWO-PASTE SYSTEM MANUFACTURER: Dentsply Caulk USE: • • A low-strength liner under any restoration, cements, and other base materials Applied with indirect or direct pulp capping procedures COMPOSITION: • • Base-Zinc oxide, 1, 3 butylene glycol disalicylate, calcium phosphate, calcium tungstate, and iron oxide pigments Catalyst-Calcium hydroxide, N-ethyl-o/p-toluene sulfonamide, zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, zinc stearate, and iron oxide pigments (dentin shade only) PROPERTIES: • • 35 Rigid, self-setting material Radiopaque CHAPTER 1 PRELIMINARY RESTORATIVE DENTAL MATERIALS 36 CHAPTER 1 PRELIMINARY RESTORATIVE DENTAL MATERIALS • • • • Has a therapeutic effect on the pulp Alkaline pH between 9 and 11, which stimulates the formation of secondary dentin when the material is in direct contact with the pulp Has some thermal insulating properties Minimal strength to support the forces of condensation OSHA PRECAUTIONS: • • Some patients may be sensitive to calcium hydroxide cements.
Delmar's Dental Materials Guide by Donna J. Phinney, Judy H. Halstead