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Citric Acid 10%, a root canal cleanser, is intended to etch root canal walls just prior to obturation to allow an optimum seal.



Citric Acid 10% is a slightly thickened, water-soluble solution. It is tinted slightly orange for easy

identification and is provided in a 10ml tube



Warning: Do not follow Citric Acid rinse with sodium hypochlorite or vice versa, as this can lead to the production of chlorine gas. Always rinse with clean, bacteria-free water between Citric Acid and sodium hypochlorite irrigation.


1. Make sure applicator Tip is loose in canal and at least 2mm short of terminus. Gently deliver the Citric Acid with applicator Tip. Move  tip up and down to agitate and brush solution, cleaning walls to dissolve and remove calcium hydroxide with Citric Acid . Do not express Citric Acid when canula tip is at full length or if it fits tightly against the canal walls.


2. Flush out canal with clean, bacteria-free water, followed by copious sodium hypochlorite . When Citric Acid is used in lieu of EDTA liquid to remove smear layer, let Citric Acid dwell in canal for 3minutes. Perform a final rinse with clean, bacteria- free water, plain EDTA or local anesthetic. Quick and effective removal of most of the Citric Acid solution or other irrigants is facilitated by using a Luer Vacuum Adapter with a Capillary Tip or 10mm Micro Capillary Tip.


3. Dry the canal with Paper Points


4. Fit master cone, then obdurate with Endoflux or Resinoseal root canal sealers along with coated gutta percha points.
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