Desensitizer, 10 mL bottle. Each Mydent Defend DD-1000
Features & Benefits:
- DEFEND Desensitizer is a superior desensitizing agent which can be placed under dental cements or temporary, provisional or final restorative materials to reduce postoperative sensitivity.
- Universal Desensitizing Agent are used for Quick & Easy Application like Universal Compatibility Antimicrobial Agent.
- DEFEND Desensitizer contains HEMA to aid bonding primers to penetrate etched dentin. The HEMA base in DEFEND Desensitizer helps seal tubules, giving immediate relief from pain due to hypersensitivity.
- Eliminate Post-op Sensitivity!
- Works Better:
- Quick & Easy Application.
- Universal Compatibility.
- Antimicrobial Agent.
- Lasts Longer:
- Abrasion, cervical erosions and preps.
- Applications to vital crown preparations prior to luting with cements.
- At the "prep" appointment to desensitize during temporization.
- The glutaraldehyde in Defend Desensitizer works by occluding (blocking) the microscopic tubules that compose dentin, thereby preventing the flow of fluid and decreasing sensitivity.
- Costs Less: DEFEND Desensitizer is an equivalent formula to the market leader.
- Most dentin resin bonding materials will benefit from DEFEND Desensitizer application.
- Its application reliably reduces post-op sensitivity by supporting the collagen framework for easier penetration of the adhesive, thus enhancing the dentin bond.
- Available in 10ml Bottle, HEMA, Glutaraldehyde.
- Used for desensitization of amalgam restorations, either conventional or bonded.
- Is this like Gluma?
Formula is exactly the same but you can't say it's identical as we don't know where their raw ingredients come from.
- Will any of these ingredients react with any medication I am taking, or are they allergenic?
Not that we are aware of.
- Does the patient have to worry about any after effects?
If the solution is left on the soft tissue for more than 10+ seconds, you can get a localized soft tissue burn that will appear white and may cause mild to moderate discomfort. Mydent recommend avoiding soft tissue contact.
- How long does the effect from pain usually last?
Depends on how significant the soft tissue burn. Usually goes away in a few days.
- Safe on children under 10 years old?
- Safe for pregnant patients?
Not aware of any concerns specific to pregnant patients.