Consepsis™ V

2% Chlorhexidine Antibacterial Viscous Solution

Consepsis V solution is a viscous formulation of Consepsis2% chlorhexidine antibacterial solution. The viscosity of Consepsis V solution makes it the perfect disinfectant in most cases where you want to have more control than a liquid will give you. Consepsis V solution can be used as an antibacterial agent in the canal(s) between appointments.


Note: Do not use Consepsis V solution in a root canal with sodium hypochlorite, as a harmful brown precipitate will form.

  • Designed for endodontic disinfecting purposes
  • Stays in place, even in maxillary canals
  • 2.0% chlorhexidine gluconate
  • Use with a 29 ga NaviTip tip

 

Technical Details

Use in Place of Formocresol as an Anti-Bacterial Agent

In case of emergency treatments when there isn’t enough space created to place calcium hydroxide, Consepsis V solution can be placed as the interappointment medicament. Use a 29 ga NaviTip tip to express Consepsis V solution in the canal, place a cotton pellet, and seal with temporary cement.

IndiSpense Syringe

​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.

Clinicals

Disinfecting the Canal

​Use Consepsis V solution to disinfect canals during endodontic procedures, as an intracanal medicament, or before obturation.

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Procedures

Establish Patency

See Instructions for Use for complete instructions, warnings, and precautions.

Step 1

Fill canal with ChlorCid V solution 3% NaOCI solution and place a small amount of File-Eze 19% EDTA file lubricant at canal orifice. These chemicals will be in the canal simultaneously.

Step 2

Scout canal with a #10 or #15 SS K-File.

Step 3

Irrigate with 3–5 ml of ChlorCid or ChlorCid Surf solution.

Step 4

Fill canal with ChlorCid V solution. File-Eze lubricant is no longer needed.

Step 5

Proceed gently towards the apical area with selected hand file. Before using the Endo-Eze FIND apex locator, make sure the tip of the file is engaged at the apical region. Determine the working length.

Step 6

Irrigate with 3–5 ml of ChlorCid or ChlorCid Surf solution.

Preparation and Glide Path

See Instructions for Use for complete instructions, warnings, and precautions.

Step 1

Fill canal with ChlorCid V solution.

Step 2

Create a glide path using a #15 SS K-File to the working length. Using watch-winding movements, open space until the file is loose.

Step 3

Irrigate with additional 3–5 ml of ChlorCid solution.

Instrumentation/Obturation

See Instructions for Use for complete instructions, warnings, and precautions.

Step 1

Fill canal with ChlorCid V solution.

Step 2

Use the preferred file to the working length.

Step 3

Irrigate with additional 3–5 ml of ChlorCid or ChlorCid Surf solution.

Step 4

Fill canal with ChlorCid V solution.

Step 5

Use additional preferred file sequence always followed by copious irrigation with ChlorCid or ChlorCid Surf solutions.

Step 6

Evacuate with the Ultradent Luer Vacuum Adapter and Capillary tip.

Step 7

Fill canal with Ultradent EDTA 18% solution. Leave for approximately 60 seconds.

Step 8

Evacuate with the Ultradent Luer Vacuum Adapter and Capillary tip.

Step 9

Soak with Consepsis 2% chlorhexidine gluconate solution. Leave for approximately 3–5 minutes.

Step 10

Evacuate with the Ultradent Luer Vacuum Adapter and Capillary tip.

Step 11

Dry with paper points for 1–2 seconds (each point should be damp approximately 1–3 mm at tip).

Step 12

Canal should be damp, NOT desiccated, prior to obturation with EndoREZ canal sealer.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I use Consepsis V solution with methacrylate sealers?

    ​All of Ultradent's irrigants, lubricants, and medicaments are compatible with methacrylate resin sealers.

  • Why is Chlorhexidine used in endodontic procedures?

    ​An antibacterial agent, chlorhexidine is ideal for endodontic use due to its ability to bind to hydroxyapatite, creating a long-lasting antimicrobial effect. Chlorhexidine does not replace sodium hypochlorite as an irrigant because it does not break down organic tissue as well as NAOCl.