- Direct and indirect pulp capping
- Partial pulpotomy
- Cavity liner and base
- Pulpotomy and apexogenesis
- Perforation repair
- Root resorption
- Root apexification
- Root-end filling
Features & Benefits
- Promotes the formation of hydroxyapatite on the surface to seal and support healing through the release calcium and hydroxide ions.
- Biocompatible, Non-cytotoxic, Non-genotoxic, initially high in pH (alkaline/basic), which has shown to be antimicrobial in-vitro1. Resin-Free
- Dimensionally stable with no shrinkage to ensure a gap-free seal, minimizing opportunity for bacterial infiltration.
- Resin-free for maximum bioactivity. Easier to Mix
- Our improved gel formula allows for an easier mixing process. 30% Higher Radiopacity
- 6.5 mm AI equivalent radiopacity when mixed to a firm putty. Non-Staining
- Won’t discolor teeth – EVER. NaOCI won’t cause discoloration.
PresentationSKU N250- Professional Kit – one 2.5 gm – 25 doses4
SKU AMTASB – Smart bundle – three 2.5 gm kits – 75 doses4
The anti-microbial effect against enterococcus faecalis and the compressive strength of two types of mineral trioxide aggregate mixed with sterile water or 2% chlorhexidine liquid. Holt DM, Watts JD, Beeson TJ, Kirkpatrick TC, Rutledge RE. J Endod. 2007 Jul;33(7):844-7.
4The # of doses varies depending on the treatment. A dose size of 0.1 gm was used here.
After placement of MTA in the tooth, body fluids infiltrate the material to cause setting.
During this process, calcium and hydroxide ions are released from the MTA, promoting hydroxyapatite (HA) formation on the MTA surfaces.
When HA coats the surface, it hides the underlying MTA to minimize foreign body reactions and support healing responses of the pulpal or periapical tissue.
Calcium phosphate precipitated crystals scattered on the hydrated tricalcium silicate cement surface1.
High magnification image of the calcium phosphate crystals1.