- Powder: Tricalcium silicate 3CaO.SiO2; Dicalcium silicate 2CaO.SiO2; Tricalcium aluminate 3CaO.Al2O3; Calcium oxide CaO; Calcium Tungstate CaWO4
- Liquid: Water and Plasticizer.
- Setting time: MTA REPAIR HP solidifies when kept in a wet environment after spatulation. Initial setting time is approximately 15 minutescan be used in a single session
- Radiopacity: Nearly matches that of gutta-percha. More radiopaque than dentine and bone
- Absence of dental discoloration due to the CaWO4 radiopacifier used.
- Low solubility - can be used directly on the pulp and periapical tissues
- Compressive strength: 44.2 MPa - can be used as base material
- Expansion through hydration - produces total sealing of the cavities
- Radiopaque - allows for subsequent X-ray monitoring (proactive observation)
- Biocompatibility - can be used directly on living tissues
- Neoformation of cementum - the only dental material with this property
- Remineralization of dentin - formation of a biological barrier;
- Biological sealing of perforations - complete healing of the periradicular tissues.
ATTENTION: The information provided in this manual is based on laboratory and clinical studies. The successful use of MTA depends on a correct diagnosis, the operative technique, the condition of the treated tooth and the general health of the patient. This product must be used according to this manual.
STORAGE: Store the product in a dry place protected from light.