G5™ works by coagulating the plasma proteins contained within the dentinal tubule fluid. This coagulation forms an initial “plug”, eliminating the movement of fluid within the tubules—the root cause of dentinal sensitivity.
G5 All-Purpose Desensitizer
- Clinical Techniques
- Instructions For Use / SDS
- Product Configurations
MPa MAX and G5 Clinical Technique
Dentistry and photography courtesy of Dr. Robert Margeas
After caries removal and placement of the matrix band and wedge, thoroughly clean and dry the preparation.
Liberally apply Max-Etch H₃PO₄ to the preparation and etch for 20 seconds.
Apply the MPa Max adhesive (ensuring each adhesive wall is coated) and gently scrub for 10 seconds. Thin and air dry using 1/4 to 1/2 air pressure to evaporate the solvent, for 10 seconds. The preparation should appear shiny with no pooling.
Light-cure for 10 seconds using a standard light with an output >600 mW/cm2 or 20 seconds if the output is <600 mW.cm2.
Proceed with placement and light-curing of the composite. A bulk-fill composite was used in this case.
Use an A.S.A.P. Pre-Polisher to remove surface scratches.
Apply light pressure using the A.S.A.P. Final High Shine Polisher to quickly bring an esthetic luster to the restoration. 20 seconds should do it!
The final restoration: A combination of life-like esthetics and a strong, enduring dentin/enamel bond.
G5’s glutaraldehyde-based formulation has been proven to help obturate dentin tubules by coagulating plasma.
“Optimizing Aesthetics and Predictability in the Placement of Posterior Composite Resin Restorations” by Robert Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FADI, FACD
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Instructions For Use / SDS
- 5mL bottle
- 10mL bottle
G5 is a time and research proven desensitizer that works to prevent post-op sensitivity when placed under virtually any type of dental restoration.
– Harald Heymann, DDS, Med