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Astringedent hemostatic is an aqueous, 15.5% ferric sulfate solution with a pH of ~1.0. It's well suited for a variety of dental procedures, and because it's more aqueous than other hemostatic agents, it's ideal for soaking retraction cord.
- Known as the “classic” hemostatic agent
- Achieves profound hemostasis in seconds
- Eliminates sulcular fluid contamination for optimal bonding
- Decreases costly impression remakes
- Use with Metal Dento-Infusor™ tip with Comfort Hub™ or Blue Mini™ Dento-Infusor™ tip
- Certified gluten free
For Profound Hemostasis, Use with the Metal Dento-Infusor
Hemostatic agents are only as good as their delivery method. The Metal Dento-Infusor™ tip is the best, most effective way to deliver Astringedent hemostatic to the sulcus. Its padded brush end is used to rub the hemostatic into the cut capillaries, providing profound hemostasis. It also effectively removes superficial coagulum.
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