IMPRESSION TAKING

To obtain a precise impression down to the smallest details, there must not be excessive saliva in the oral cavity and the gingival grooves should be perfectly clean and free of clots. But then there are those who cannot tolerate a spoon and paste for the impression, and what about the hypersensitive vital stumps?

GINGIVAL RETRACTION: SOLUTIONS

When brushed on the gingival margin or used in conjunction with retractor thread, astringent and hemostatic solutions intensify the retractor action and keep the gingival sulcus clean.

IMPRESSION TAKING

DG001022
BOMA M.D.
Tablets which are soluble in the oral cavity and suppress the stimulus for vomit and excess salivation.
Bottle with 25 tablets, in a box

GINGIVAL RETRACTION: SOLUTIONS

DG001055
ALUCHLOR
Astringent solution with a 25% aluminium chloride base. Indicated in gingival retraction for in situ impregnation of the thread and in bloody gingival exudations.
15 g bottle with dosing micropipette
DD021026
ASTAL SOLUTION
Astringent solution with a 20% Ferric Sulfate base, for gingival retraction before taking impressions and to stop small amounts of bleeding. It does not contain epinephrine.
15 g bottle
DC015048
GENGISTAL
Astringent solution with a 25% aluminium sulfate base, for gingival retraction before taking impressions and to stop small amounts of bleeding. It does not contain epinephrine.
250 ml bottle in a box