Duofluorid XII is a fast-drying varnish with a combination of 6% sodium fluoride and 6% calcium fluoride.
Characteristics and Advantages
• Quick drying.
• Easy application.
• More effective in formation of calcium fluoride.
• Does not interfere with aesthetics.
• It has 6% sodium fluoride and 6% calcium fluoride.
• Prevention of caries.
• Treatment of dentin hypersensitivity.
• Remineralization of dental enamel after tooth whitening or microabrasion.
Step by Step
Clean and adequately dry the surfaces to be treated.
Shake the Duofluorid XII vigorously before use. The product must be perfectly homogenized at the time of application.
Put drops of Duofluorid XII on a Cavibrush (FGM) micro applicator and apply to the surface to be treated. Very thick layers come loose easily. The proper consistency is when the varnish passes easily through the dropper.
Let the varnish work for 10 to 20 seconds and dry with compressed air. It is recommended not to brush the teeth for 24 hours after the application to avoid premature removal of the varnish.
On very sensitive necks or marginal edges or similar indications, repeat the same procedure 2 or 3 times in the space of 7 days.
Use the solvent to dilute the varnish if necessary.
Duoflorid XII can be applied after dental whitening to minimize sensitivity, in cases of white spot lesion in children and adults, favoring the process of remineralization, in the treatment of dentin hypersensitivity, etc.
The release time of the fluoride is greater.
Information for the Professional
• Avoid having the patient ingest the product.
• Do not use on patients with sensitivity to components of the product.
• Application to the gums may cause temporary irritation.
• Keep the product in a dry place, always with the packaging properly closed and protected.
• Protect from direct sun light.
• Store the product at temperatures of 15°C to 25°C / 59°F – 77°F.
• Do not freeze the product.
• The validity period of Duofluorid XII is 2 years from the date of manufacture.
• Do not use the product after its expiration date.