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Say No to Dental Drilling - Introducing Carie Care

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CARIE-CARE is an natural endoprotein enzyme based gel formulation for non invasive and non traumatic removal of infected dentine from carious lesion. The technique involves the application of this gel to cause a selective softening of carious dentine and facilitate removal by gentle excavation thus allowing maximum preservation of healthy dental structure. The product can be effectively used in routine restorative dental procedures.

Product USP
• Minimally Invasive operative caries management technique OR Conservative approach for removal of caries
• Chemo mechanical agent for easy removal of caries
• Selective Enzyme based natural product
• Antimicrobial, Anti inflammatory and antiseptic action
• Currently used by dental colleges and leading practitioners
• Acceptable taste
• No reaction to other oral tissues
• Unique product for Indian market
• Patent applied
• IPR protected

This product can be applied on caries and is left for 30 to 60 seconds.

visit www.ecodentalworks.co for details

Make the choice - Say NO to Drilling in Dentistry

"The very thought of drilling puts many people off going to see their dentist, whether or not they actually need treatment. This tendency to miss check-ups and ignore niggling aches and pains means that existing problems get worse and early signs of decay in other teeth are overlooked.
- from University of Leeds , UK, published in Science Daily 2011

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Make the choice - Say NO to Drilling in Dentistry

"The very thought of drilling puts many people off going to see their dentist, whether or not they actually need treatment. This tendency to miss check-ups and ignore niggling aches and pains means that existing problems get worse and early signs of decay in other teeth are overlooked.
- from University of Leeds , UK, published in Science Daily 2011

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Say No to Dental Drilling - Introducing Carie Care

Many thanks for the interesting piece of information.

The dental drill does scare away quite a few patients.

Regards,

Veerendra Darakh

 

 

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