Dentemp Recapit Loose Caps Repair 1g
Recapit is a unique, no mix cement made especially for replacing loose caps and crowns. Clinically tested and guaranteed. Recapit is safe and effective.
Calcium Sulphate, Dimethoxytetraethylene Glycol, Zinc Oxide, Potassium Sulphate, Ethylmethacrylate Polymer, Triacetin.
- Wash hands and dry thoroughly.
- Prepare crown by carefully removing as much old cement as possible from the inside of the crown.
- Rinse and dry well. Carefully clean and rinse tooth area with water. Do not dry. Leave moist.
- Try to fit the crown back on the tooth before applying
- Recapit cement. Make sure it fits properly. If you cannot do this, DO NOT PROCEED. See your dentist.
- Make sure inside of the crown is dry. Use the applicator brush to remove a small amount of material from the multi-use vial.
- Paint a layer of material on the upper inside edge of the dry crown.
- Remoisten tooth area and place crown on wet tooth and press firmly.
- Bite down several times to insure proper fit. If the bite is not properly comfortable remove and repeat all steps until the crown feels normal.
- WAIT 5 MINUTES AND THEN GENTLY REMOVE ANY EXCESS MATERIAL. RINSE OUT MOUTH WELL WITH WATER.
- Allow at least 1 hour to set before eating.
- Cement will fully set in 1 to 3 hours.
- Clean brush thoroughly by rinsing in warm water and wiping with a paper towel or tissue.
- This product is for temporary use only. Consult your dentist as soon as possible.
- Keep vial closed to maintain freshness of remaining material.
- When replacing a bridge apply Recapit sparingly to only 1 hollow tooth at each end of the bridge.
- Recapit should not be used on implants.
- Any leftover material may be re-used as long as it remains soft and pliable.
- Once the material hardens it is no longer usable and must be discarded.
- This product should not be used if there is throbbing pain or swelling in the affected area.
- Consult your dentist immediately.
- This product is sold as a temporary remedy for 30 days or less.
- See your dentist as soon as possible for permanent work to be performed.
- Failure to do so may cause infection and serious injury.