Consepsis™

2% Chlorhexidine Antibacterial Solution

Endodontic

Consepsis antibacterial solution is recommended for procedural endodontic disinfection, as a final endodontic rinse prior to canal obturation,1,2 and prior to pulp capping. Consepsis solution should be used after smear layer removal for canal disinfection. Sodium hypochlorite and EDTA solutions should be rinsed and removed prior to using Consepsis solution.


Note: DO NOT mix Consepsis solution (or any chlorhexidine solution) and ChlorCid solution (sodium hypochlorite) in the canal as a harmful brown precipitate will form.


Bonding

Consepsis solution is a 2.0% chlorhexidine gluconate solution free of emollients that interfere with bond strength.


Minimize post-op sensitivity by thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting the preparation prior to restoring. Use prior to cementation, luting (provisional and/or permanent), and direct restorative placement, as well as procedural endodontic disinfection. Disinfect with near-neutral Consepsis solution prior to pulp capping.

  • No bond strength compromise
  • Syringe delivery makes placement easy
  • Reduces potential for postoperative sensitivity
  • Certified gluten free

*Please check with your local dealer/distributor regarding availability of the 480 ml bottles.


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Clinicals

Disinfect Canals

Use Consepsis antibacterial solution to disinfect canals during endodontic procedures, or as an interappointment intraoral medication.

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Research & Studies

In vivo antimicrobial activity of 2% chlorhexidine used as a root canal irrigating solution

Leonardo MR, Filho MT, Silva LAB, Filho PN, Bonifácio KC, Ito IY. In vivo antimicrobial activity of 2% chlorhexidine used as a root canal irrigating solution. J Endod. 1999;25(3):167-71.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10321180Leonardo MR, Filho MT, Silva LAB, Filho PN, Bonifácio KC, Ito IY.

Antimicrobial substantivity of root canal irrigants and medicaments: a review.

Mohammadi Z, Abbott PV. Antimicrobial substantivity of root canal irrigants and medicaments: a review. Aust Endod J. 2009;35(3):131-9.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19961451Mohammadi Z, Abbott PV

In vivo preservation of the hybrid layer by chlorhexidine.

Carrilho MRO, Geraldeli S, Tay F, et al. In vivo preservation of the hybrid layer by chlorhexidine. J Dent Res. 2007;86(6):529–533.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17525352Carrilho MRO, Geraldeli S, Tay F, et al.
  1. Leonardo MR, Filho MT, Silva LAB, Filho PN, Bonifácio KC, Ito IY. In vivo antimicrobial activity of 2% chlorhexidine used as a root canal irrigating solution. J Endod. 1999;25(3):167-71.
  2. Mohammadi Z, Abbott PV. Antimicrobial substantivity of root canal irrigants and medicaments: a review. Aust Endod J. 2009;35(3):131-9.