Tissue Goo

Tissue Goo
 
Unlike runny liquid hemostatic agents, TISSUE GOO is a gel that stays where you place it and offers exceptional hemostasis without compromising the health of the gingival tissue.

Tissue Goo hemostatic gel (4) 3 mL syringes, (50) 22 gauge needle tips, (20) multi-brush samples, instructions, MSDS
Tissue Goo  [ CC030-241904 ]
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Description



Tissue Management: Placing Retraction Cord & Controlling Bleeding

Unlike runny liquid hemostatic agents, TISSUE GOO is a gel that stays where
you place it and offers exceptional hemostatis without compromising
the health of the gingival tissue.

TISSUE GOO’s active ingredient is 25% aluminum sulfate, which will
control bleeding throughout the cord placement and tissue management
processes. Aluminum sulfate is much kinder to soft tissue than other
hemostatic agents; it does not cauterize, but rather acts similar
to a coagulant to stop the bleeding, ensuring your patient’s tissue
will not turn black. During retraction cord placement, TISSUE GOO
acts as a lubricant. Place TISSUE GOO around sulcus, then pack FIRST
STRING Retraction Cord through the goo. FIRST STRING will provide
ideal tissue displacement, while absorbing the goo and delivering
the hemostatic agent into the sulcus.


TISSUE GOO will not interfere
with the set of your impression material. And it’s gooseberry flavored,
so your patients won’t mind the taste.


WHEN IT BLEEDS, JUST GOO IT!


Gingival Retraction for Crown and Bridge Procedures



1.
If bleeding is excessive following tooth preparation, syringe
Tissue Goo to the bleeding site. Apply pressure (do not rub!)
to the site with a Multi-Brush or a small cotton pellet until
the bleeding is arrested. Rinse the prepared tooth.
2.
Apply Tissue Goo around the gingival margin of the entire preparation.
3.
Pack First String Retraction Cord through the syringed Tissue
Goo using either a single or double cord technique. If bleeding
occurs, rinse and dry the site, then place additional Tissue
Goo over the packed retraction cord.
4.
Hemostasis is achieved without damage to the soft tissue.