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Angelus MTA - Bioceramic Reparative Cement

Angelus
MTA White - 1g - 7 Applications
MTA White - (2 +1) doses Applications (0.28g/dose)
Rs. 2,475 Rs. 4,600
Bioceramic Reparative Cement for super treatment for accidents and endodontic complications 
Key Features 
1. Ions Calcium Release
2. Biological action
3. Hydrophilic
4. High alkalinity
5. Low solubility
6. Calcium oxide
7. Aggregated oxides
8. High radiopacity
9. Setting time of 15 minutes
Size :

Angelus MTA - A super treatment for accidents and endodontic complications

Properties of MTA

Chemical

  • Release of calcium ions: allows formation of mineralized tissues.
  • Highly alcaline: prevents bacterial growth.

Physical

  • Low solubility: may be used directly on pulp and periapical tissues.
  • Compressive strength: 44.2 MPa – may be used as base for restorations.
  • Expansion after hydration: seals cavities completely.
  • Setting time (15 minutes): may be used in single appointment.
  • Radiopaque: allows radiographic control.

Biological

  • Biocompatibility: may be used directly on living tissues.
  • New formation of cement: only dental material with this capacity.
  • Remineralization of dentin: allows formation of biologic barrier.
  • Biologic sealing of perforations: complete healing of periapical tissues.

Ions Calcium Release

Enhances formation of mineralized tissues and provides biological seal of perforations and total repair of damaged periradicular tissues

Hydrophilic

Can be used in humid areas without losing properties

High alkalinity 

Antibacterial properties

Low solubility

Does not allow leakage

Calcium oxide

Promotes tissue biocompatibility

Aggregated oxides

Great compressive strength

High radiopacity

Higher radiopacity than that of dentin, allowing excellent radiographic visualization

Setting time of 15 minutes

Shorter setting time than similar cements

Benefits

  • Enhances formation of mineralized tissues; provides biological seal of perforations and total repair of damaged periradicular tissues
  • Capable of inducing neoformation of periradicular cementum
  • Can be used in humid areas without losing properties
  • Antibacterial properties
  • Does not allow leakage
  • Promotes tissue biocompatibility
  • Great compressive strength
  • Higher radiopacity than that of dentin, allowing excellent radiographic visualization
  • Shorter setting time than similar cements

Clinical case study

Reverse root filling performed by Prof. Dr. Leandro Pereira

• Direct pulp capping
• Pulpotomy
• Internal resorption
• Apexogenesis /Apexification
• Furcation and root canal perforation
• Reverse root filling
Initial pH10.2
pH after 3 hours 12.5
Solubility 0.1%
Average Particle Size39.1 μm
Radiopacity7.2 mm/Al
Setting Time 15 minutes
ColorGrey or White
DesignPowder / Liquid
Instructions:

1. Sterilize a glass slab, a metal spatula and all instruments for the insertion of MTA ANGELUS®;
2. Mix for 30 seconds the content of 1 sachet of MTA ANGELUS® (or 1 spoon of MTA ANGELUS®) with 1 drop of distilled water. The mixture should be homogeneous and with a consistency similar to wet sand;
3. Place the cement on the selected site with a sterilized amalgam carrier or other appropriate instrument;
4. Condense the cement with instruments such as amalgam condensers, a number 1 spatula or absorbent paper points moistened with distilled water.
IMPORTANT: If MTA ANGELUS® is not used immediately after mixing, its dehydration can be prevented and the working time increased by covering the mix on the glass slab with a wet gauze. If the mixed MTA dehydrates, it must be discarded.

Storage:
Store at dry place

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