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DENTOSPONTM widely used for fasten haemostasis and complete as well as smooth resorption. It is known for its bio-compatibility and reliability for post extraction treatment. Further, it is highly effective against several bacteria. Besides, it is bactericidal as well as haemostatic. The offered product is manufactured by utilizing foam gelatin & finely dispersed (colloidal) silver. The ions of silver forms are antimicrobial and have moist conditions. Apart from this, it is extremely effective against all types of gram-negative organisms and micro-organisms that are found in the oral cavity. We also ensure that with DENTOSPONTM, there will be no complications in the healing process and it is time saving.
Properties of colloidal silver
Colloidal silver gives active and larger surface for releasing silver ions. Sponge is constantly reabsorbed due to finely dispersed colloidal silver as it can't dissolve easily & releases silver ions continuously. Further, the offered products has long lasting depot effect throughout the resorption procedure. Treatment with DENTOSPONTM is time saving and extremely compatible for the patients as it does not requires further medications.
Haemostasis and prevention of post operative bleeding with Gelatine
DENTOSPONTM has porous foam structure that absorbs blood several times more that its own weight and fills the wound cavity. Further, it stabilizes blood coagulum and remains in the alveolus. Besides, it is made from pharmaceutical gelatine & colloidal silver by employing core methodology that ensure its superior quality and effectiveness. Apart from this, it has brown color due to the colloidal silver and does not contain any type of coloring agents.
Where to use ?
The treatment of alveoli and wound cavities for example after
How to use:
DENTOSPONTM is ready to use as it is already sterilized and its small size sponge can be adjusted to the wound cavity. Further, for larger wounds two sponges can be applied. Make sure that the sponge is not compressed. Pressure can destroy the structure of sponge and prevents the collection of blood. The dry sponge absorb blood efficiently and can be placed in the fresh or blood-filled wound cavity. Make sure that the sponge is not stick out over the inner gingival margin. Further, it is used to the treatment of alveolus.