Agility and Efficiency: Immediate effect.
Suitable viscosity: Easy to apply.
Colorless gel: Aluminum chloride does not generate hemostatic residue, so it does not stain hard and/or soft tissue.
Hemosthase gel is indicated for gingival exudate and bleeding control in the following procedures:
• Temporary gingival retraction: use associated with gingival retraction cord.
• Impressions of dental elements (all techniques).
• Cementation of full crowns.
• Subgingival restorations.
Step by step
Put a small quantity of hemostatic gel over the area to be treated and firmly rub it with the help of a Cavibrush micro applicator (FGM).
Let it remain for 4 to 5 minutes, and rinse with water or air jets.
Repeat application, if required. If after two applications there is no progress in hemostasis, we recommend changing the technique.
Step by step
Hemostasis of Gingival Sulcus and Gum Retraction
Put a small quantity of hemostatic gel at the gingival sulcus and rub it firmly with the help of a Cavibrush (FGM) micro applicator.
Position the retraction cord in the sulcus over the hemostatic gel, and let it remain for 4 to 5 minutes. To facilitate inserting the cord, it may be lubricated with a bit of gel.
Remove the cord, rinse the sulcus with water jet and dry it with a brief air jet.
Apply and rub another portion of hemostatic rub in the sulcus. Let it remain for 1 minute and rinse.
Proceed to molding or cementation, according to the case.
Put a small quantity of Hemosthase gel into the gingival sulcus with the syringe.
Rub the gel using a Cavibrush (FGM).
Lube the retraction cord using Hemosthase gel.
Position the retraction cord in the gingival sulcus and let it remain for 5 minutes.
After hemostasis, rinse the area with a light spray of water and dry it accordingly.
Cement the prosthesis piece and remove the retraction cord.