Exposé Refills

Exposé Refills

Caries Indicator Kit
$48.99
In stock
REF
310330, 310331, 310332, 310333, 310334, 310335, 310336, 310337

Exposé is the simplest-to-use caries detector available today. Instead of messy squeeze bottles or syringes, Exposé is pre-dried on a Benda® Micro applicator. Simply touch it to a wet tooth surface to apply. No drip or mess that can stain clothing or soft tissue.

Exposé is available in red or blue dye colors, pre-applied to either fine or extra-fine Benda Micro brush applicators. Kits are available in the Benda®Matic "pop-up" dispenser for easy dispensing and contamination prevention. Bulk refills are also available. Made in the USA.

  • Perfect for minimally invasive preps; allows you to identify and remove affected tooth structure, leaving healthy enamel and dentin
  • Single-use applicators makes tray set-up easy – simply place one on the tray – no syringe, no sheath, no tips to replace, no cross-contamination
  • Contains an FD&C dye in a propylene glycol base
  • Works by staining the by-products of carious lesions

 

Available in 2 indicator colors:

Red:

  • Enables better visibility, so you can see decay on stained dentin
  • Brighter and easier to see when light is reduced in the posterior
  • Better color contrast on darker decayed preps

Blue:

  • Easier to see decay on dentin with actively bleeding preps
  • Differentiate between decay and pulp in deep preps
  • Clearly see decay on preps where dentin decay is tooth-colored

Order contains 96 X-Fine and 96 Fine, each in their own BendaMatics

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1

How many dye colors do you offer?

Presently two, blue and red.

1
Remove an Exposé applicator from the Benda® Matic.
2
Wet lightly the Exposé applicator with either water or the wet tooth.
3
Apply the wet Exposé applicator to the prepared tooth.
4
Rinse and examine the area for any Exposé that remains on the affected dentine.
5
Proceed as usual.
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