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ChlorCid, ChlorCid V, and ChlorCid Surf solutions contain 3% sodium hypochlorite.
ChlorCid V solution is more viscous for enhanced flow control and lubrication, if desired.
ChlorCid Surf solution includes surfactant to modify surface tension. This allows irrigants to flow into remote areas of the root canal for a deeper clean. Sodium hypochlorite with surfactant used with ultrasonic movement improves the solution effectiveness for soft tissue dissolution.1
- Ideal for irrigation during endodontic procedures
- Removes organic tissue during root canal therapies
- Use with NaviTip™ 31 ga Tip with Double Sideport Irrigator
Unfortunately, 480 ml bottles of ChloriCid and ChlorCid Surf solutions are temporarily out-of-stock due to supply chain disruptions. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Organic Tissue in the Canal
When in the canal, ChlorCid, ChlorCid V, and ChlorCid Surf solutions dissolve soft tissue and act as a file lubricant.
Verify flow of all syringes prior to applying intraorally. If resistance is met, replace tip and recheck. To avoid cross contamination, do not re-use tips.
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- Estevez R, Conde AJ, Valencia de Pablo O, et al. Effect of passive ultrasonic activation on organic tissue dissolution from simulated grooves in root canals using sodium hypochlorite with or without surfactants and EDTA. J Endod. 2017;43(7):1161–1165. doi:10.1016/j.joen.2017.01.041