Patented Intracanal Medicament for Pain management
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OdontoPASTE is a patented, non-staining, endodontic dressing / Intracanal Medicament
-Zinc Oxide based endodontic Dressing Containing the broad spectrum antibiotic clindamycin hydrochloride, as well as triamcinolone acetonide a steroid-based anti-inflammatory agent, and calcium hydroxide
-Used to reduce pain, and prevent bacterial repopulation within the root canal following standard procedures for root canal initiation
-Excellent Intracanal Medicament for emergency Management of Irreversible Pulpitis , The Paste relieves pain till definitive Root Canal therapy is carried out
-Excellent to be used where the patient is in Pain
-Reliable postoperative pain relief following root canal therapy initiation
-Easy to use, white, water soluble paste in a 8g tube
-Disinfection of dentinal walls as a therapeutic dressing in prepared canals after pulpectomy and root canal preparation
-To reduce postoperative pain and reduce bacterial contamination of root canals
-Peri Apical Healing
Economical Per Application Cost / Can be used on around 50 teeth
INDICATION FOR USE
OdontoPASTE is ideal for patients who present in pain and, in particular, for patients with “hot pulps.” OdontoPASTE is also the treatment of choice for avulsed teeth due to its excellent anti-inflammatory properties. OdontoPASTE and OdontoCIDE can be interchanged in teeth should one dressing be unsuccessful in controlling infection or pain. This may be useful in cases of re treatment where teeth are not responding to one or the other medicament.
OdontoPASTE is not suitable for use on pregnant women as triamcinolone acetonide has been shown to be teratogenic on test animals. OdontoPASTE should not be used on patients with allergy to lincomycin or clindamycin. OdontoPASTE should be used with caution on patients with a history of gastrointestinal disease. OdontoPASTE should be used with caution on nursing mothers as clindamycin has been shown to be present in breast milk.
METHOD OF USE
OdontoPASTE can be applied in two ways. The first is to dispense a small amount of OdontoPASTE onto a mixing pad. The paste is then picked up with a lentulo spiral and spun down into the root canal. The second is to dispense OdontoPASTE directly into an OdontoTIP capsule and apply into the root canal utilising a standard compule gun. OdontoPASTE cannot be mixed with additional calcium hydroxide as the steroid and antibiotic will be degraded. OdontoPASTE should not be used for longer than 30 days. OdontoPASTE should not be used on patients taking concurrent doses of erythromycin as antagonism has been demonstrated between the two drugs in vitro.
Odontopaste 8g Tube