Sable™ Seek™ and Seek™Caries Indicators
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Sable Seek caries indicator contains FD&C dyes, and Seek caries indicator contains D&C dyes in a glycol base. Both are used to stain carious dentin.
- Stains demineralized dentin
- Provides precise, mess-free delivery
- Available in dark green for working near pulp
- Aids in identifying root canal orifices
Seek and Sable Seek caries indicators stain demineralized dentin and can be very useful for difficult to see areas, for example; undercuts of preparations, dark dentin, areas along the DE junction, etc. Both Seek and Sable Seek caries indicators can provide a fast, effective way to locate calcified root canal orifices.1–3 Green Sable Seek caries indicator helps visualization of decay in deep caries cases to help avoid pulp exposures.
Indications for Use
Sable™ Seek™ and Seek™
Seek is designed to aid in the complete removal of carious dentin. It is particularly useful in identifying caries in difficult to see locations and for the prevention in over-excavating of deep caries.
- Cohen S, Burns RC. Pathways of the Pulp. 9 ed. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Health Sciences; 2005:185.
- De Moor RJG, Calberson FLG. Root canal treatment in a mandibular second premolar with three root canals. JOE. 2005;31(4):310–313.
- Nallapatti S. Three canal mandibular first and second premolars: a treatment approach. A case report. JOE. 2005;31(6):474–476.