X-PUR Crystal is a proprietary blend of natural acids and salts that quickly form insoluble calcium oxalate crystals to provide effective patient relief for general root or exposed dentin sensitivity in only a few seconds. This innovative blend rapidly blocks the fluid flow to help provide relief from sensitivity.
• Free of any organic solvents or agents found in tissue fixatives. i.e. benzalkonium chloride, chloroform, ether, glutaraldehyde, phenolor hydroxy-ethyl-methacrylate (HEMA)
• Non-irritating to the vital pulp tissues of the tooth or to any of the oral gingival cells
• 10ml bottle contains approximately 320 drops
Ideal for these situations :
• Crown preparation : before and after
• Exposed cementum and root dentin
• Heavy calculus along cervical neck that extends along the root surface
• Pain from removal of an orthodontic bracket
• Prophylaxis : before and after
• Re-wetting agent
• Under restorations (amalgams, composites, crowns and veneers, inlays and onlays)
Proprietary blend of natural acids and salts
• Tooth sensitivity
1. Clean and rinse the area of all foreign debris (biofilm or other particles). X-PUR Crystal is more effective when the mouth is first rinsed with warm water and teeth gently brushed without the use of toothpaste.
2. Place 1 to 2 drops in a clean dish of your choice or a Dappen dish. More drops may be needed depending on the size and number of teeth to be treated.
3. Using a cotton plier, take a small cotton pellet and saturate it with X-PUR Crystal.
4. Gently rub the wet pellet of X-PUR Crystal onto the affected tooth by saturating the area for about 5 seconds. Allow to remain and gently air dry for 20 seconds without any air blast. X-PUR Crystal may be applied to a damp surface and dabbed around crown margins and onto the exposed tooth roots that are sensitive to cold or air stimuli. X-PUR Crystal will not harm soft tissue. You may gently rinse after 30 seconds.
5. If the desired relief is not immediately gained, then a second or third application may be made without any tissue damage.
*Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) image of the very dense peritubular dentin (calcium hydroxyapatite) and the very small crystals along the inner wall which are insoluble calcium crystals that assist to relieve patient discomfort.