Moisture-Activated Temporary Filling and Sealing Material with Eugenol


Tempit®-E with Eugenol. Provides relief from pain and discomfort in primary and permanent teeth.

Product REF: 310031 $83.99

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Product Description

Just as permanent restorations demand specific materials for different needs, temporary restorations also have different requirements, demanding the right material for each case.

Centrix offers four specific and proven temporary filling material formulas, providing optimal results in any clinical situation. Each Tempit product is packaged in pre-filled unit-dose tips so it can be delivered precisely and perfectly every time, directly into the prep using any Centrix C/R Gun.

Select the right Tempit formula for each case, snap the tip into the gun and simply inject into the prep. This unique delivery system requires no mixing, spatulation or messy placement. Tempit saves time, reduces waste and provides the right filling material for each patient’s need and every temporary application.


  • Palliative eugenol formulation for temporary filling use, especially in cases of reversible pulpal inflammation.
  • Anti-inflammatory and local anesthetic effects help facilitate pulpal healing.
  • Moisture activated, sets in five minutes.
  • Expands slightly when set to seal out microleakage and bacterial ingress.
  • Contains calcium sulfate and zinc oxide

Contains: 30 x .35g prefilled tips of Tempit-E

How To's

  1. Remove cap.
  2. Place tip into dispensing gun.
  3. Inject directly into prep. Tempit and Tempit-E are moisture activated and both set in 5 minutes. Tempit L/C and Ultra-F are light activated.
  4. No cleanup needed. Discard after use.


What % of eugenol is in Tempit-E?

Less than 5%

What are the benefits of Eugenol?

Eugenol helps sedate inflamed pulp and has antibacterial properties.

What composite materials can you use with Eugenol?

When using glass ionomer restorative material, the dentist will use zinc oxide with eugenol as a temporary filling material.

How does eugenol work?

Small quantities of eugenol diffuse through the dentin to the pulp.

Low concentrations of eugenol exert anti-inflammatory and local anesthetic effects on the dental pulp; thus use of ZOE temporary filling may facilitate pulpal healing.

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