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Temparin       

Temparin or Temporary Filling Material is designed to repair lost fillings, secures loose crowns, and dental bridges until you have a change to visit your dentist.

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This is a temporary remedy meant to replace a lost filling or inlay, to secure loose crowns and dental bridges until you have a change to visit your dentist:
  • No mixing
  • Safe to eat on
  • Pain Relief Formula
  • Provides added comfort
  • Helps to keep food particles from getting stuck under loose crowns and dental bridges

Indications

Temparin is  ESSENTIAL for:

  • Helps hold crowns and dental bridges
  • Helps you enjoy more of your favorite foods

It is also USEFUL for:

  • To prevent gum irritation
  • Provide added security

Description and Features of Temparin

KEY BENEFITS:
  • Forms a seal to help keep food from getting stuck under loose crowns and dental bridges
INGREDIENTS:
  • Calcium Sulfate, Paraffin, Zinc Oxide Powder, Potassium Aluminum, Aluminum Sulfate, Aluminum Phosphate, Eugenol, Menthol
SIZE:
  • 0.05 oz (1.7 g)

MANUFACTURED:
 
  • DenTek Oral Care Inc. Made in the USA
DISTRIBUTED:
 
  • Major drug stores and online retailers.

Tips and Advice on your Temporary Filling Material

WARNINGS: To avoid infection and/or serious injury, this product should not be used if there is throbbing pain, ulceration or swelling in the affected area.  In this situation consult your dentist immediately. This product should not be placed on open wounds.  Read all of the directions carefully before use! Wash and dry your hands.  Use only what is needed to repair the dental emergency and save the rest for a future application.  Keep out of reach of children.

DIRECTIONS:

 

To replace a lost filling:
 
  • Wash the cavity area with warm water and dry with the cotton swab.  Use applicator or your finger to scoop a small amount of material from the vial.  Pack tightly into the cavity area.  Close your teeth together, as if you were biting down on a piece of paper, and chew or grind a couple of times to create a comfortable bite.  Use the cotton swab to remove excess material from around the area. Temporary Filling Material will set softly in your mouth within a few minutes.  Avoid chewing on the repair for an hour to allow the material to set.
To secure loose crowns, caps, inlays or dental bridges:
 
  • Try the crown or inlay first to see if you can fit it accurately back to the tooth surface.  If you are not able to do so, then do not proceed further.  If the crown has a post attached to it or if there is tooth surface remaining inside the crown, material may not adhere.  Carefully rinse the tooth area and the inside of the crown, cap or inlay with warm water and dry thoroughly with the cotton swab.  Scoop a small amount of material from the vial and place evenly inside the crown, cap or inlay.  Place the crown, cap or inlay on the tooth and bite down, applying pressure to push into position. Temporary Filling Material will begin to harden within a few minutes, but will not completely set for an hour.  Use a toothbrush to gently clear any excess material from around the crown, cap or inlay.  Avoid chewing on the repair for an hour to allow the material to set.
 
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Looking forward to hearing from you

Aleksandr V. Melekhin, DDS

 

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