Section XI toxicological information



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Hema–Benz SAFETY DATA SHEET
Conditions to Avoid: Extreme heat and free radical initiators.
SECTION XI - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute Toxicity: ID oral rat. 2,000 mg/kg

Ames Test: Negative. Acrylates can cause sensitization reactions.
SECTION XII - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Waste may be considered as inert material.


SECTION XIII - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION

Spill Management: Use absorbent to collect the material. Wash contaminated surfaces with soap and water.


SECTION XIV - TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Stable under normal conditions of use, transportation, and storage.


SECTION XV - REGULATORY INFORMATION

510k # K953405


SECTION XVI - OTHER INFORMATION

WARNING! Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and mucous membranes. If accidental contact occurs, FLUSH IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER. CONSULT PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY IF EYE CONTACT OCCURS. Keep away from children.


The data and information given in this SDS are accurate on the date of preparation. It does not indicate any warranty or representation. We disclaim all liability relating to use of this material since this is beyond our control.

Healthdent’l L.L.C.


115 E. Ogden Ave. Suite 117-322

Naperville, Illinois 60563 USA

Phone 1-800-845-5172

Desensitizer with Fluoride


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Hema–BenzTM

INSTRUCTIONS
Hema–Benz TM is a superior desensitizing agent, to be placed under dental cements or other restorative materials – temporary, provisional or final. Hema–Benz can be used for desensitization of amalgam restorations, either conventional or bonded. Hema–Benz helps kill bacteria, alter nerve responses and aids bonding primers in penetrating etched dentin.
GENERAL INFORMATION

Hema–Benz contains Benzalkonium chloride and HEMA as well as a small amount of sodium fluoride as an added source of fluoride ion.
WITH GLASS IONOMER AND ZINC PHOSPHATE CEMENTS

Hema–Benz is very effective when applied to vital crown preparations prior to luting with these cements. It may also be used at the “prep” appointment to desensitize during temporization. When Hema–Benz is used properly in conjunction with these cements, complete desensitization will result in nearly all preparations.
WITH RESIN ADHESIVES

Most dentin bonding materials such as All Bond 2, Tenure, Optibond, Scotchbond


MP, Photo Bond, etc. will benefit from Hema–Benz application. The application of
Hema–Benz reliably reduces post-op sensitivity by supporting the collagen framework for easier penetration of the adhesive, thus enhancing the dentin bond.
WITH AMALGAMS

Hema–Benz can be used to eliminate post-op sensitivity under standard amalgam restorations.
NON-BONDED RESTORATIONS

  1. Clean tooth prep area.

  2. Dry with air (dryness is not critical).

  3. Apply Hema–Benz to dried tooth using brush or cotton pellet. Avoid soft tissue.

  4. Wait 30 seconds, then dry with air.

  5. Place restorative material such as amalgam, castings, etc. (Zinc phosphate and glass ionomer cements work well with Hema–Benz.)



Hema–Benz INSTRUCTIONS
BONDED APPLICATIONS

  1. Clean tooth prep area.

  2. Etch with 10 - 40% phosphoric acid for 15 to 30 seconds.

  3. Rinse.

  4. Dry with air (dryness is not critical).

  5. Apply Hema–Benz, using brush or cotton pellet. Avoid soft tissue.

  6. Wait 30 seconds, then dry or leave moist, per manufacturer’s instructions for the bonding agent.

7a. Direct restorations: Apply composite bonding agent and composite per manufacturer’s instructions.


7b. Indirect restorations or sealing preparation: Apply composite bonding agent and luting resin per manufacturer’s instructions.
STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE

Expiration date is placed on each Hema–Benz bottle. Hema–Benz has a three year shelf life when kept below 25OC/77OF.







Hema–Benz

SAFETY DATA SHEET










SECTION I - PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

Company:

Healthdent’l L.L.C.







115 E. Ogden Ave. Suite 117-322







Naperville, Illinois 60563

Phone:

1-800-845-5172





Prepared:

April 15, 2015


SECTION II - HAZARD(S) IDENTIFICATION

OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits: None Other Exposure Limit Used: None ACGIH Threshold Exposure Limit: None Chronic, Other: None


Acute Overexposure: Irritation to eyes and skin. May cause chemical burn. Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure: None Known Hygienic Practices: None
Primary Route(s) of Exposure: Skin, eye, ingestion.
SECTION III - COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


Material

% WGT

OSHA PEL

ACGIH TLV




Benzalkonium Chloride

1-5%

0.2 ppmv

0.2 ppmv




Hydroxylethyl Methacrylate

25-45

NA

NA




Sodium Fluoride

10 ppm

NA

N/A




Water

Balance





















(ND = Not Determined NA = Not Applicable NL = Not Listed)



Hema–Benz SAFETY DATA SHEET
SECTION IV - FIRST-AID MEASURES

Skin: Wash off affected area with soap and water.

Ingestion: Seek immediate medical advice, carry container with label. Eyes: Rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
SECTION V - FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

Flashpoint: >+ 104 0C

Extinguishing Media: Carbon Dioxide, Foam, Dry Chemical

Special Fire Fighting Procedures: None

Flammable Limits: NA

Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: None


SECTION VI - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and mucous membranes. If accidental contact occurs, FLUSH IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER. CONSULT PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY IF EYE CONTACT OCCURS. Keep away from children.
SECTION VII - HANDLING AND STORAGE

Spill Management: Use absorbent to collect the material. Wash contaminated surfaces with soap and water.


SECTION VIII - EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Respiratory: None required Eye Protection: Safety goggles Glove: Rubber/PVC gloves


Other Clothing & Equipment: None Ventilation: None required
SECTION IX - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Vapor Pressure mm HG: NA Vapor Density (Air - 1): NA Evaporation Rate (Ether = 1): NA % Volatile by Volume: NA Solubility in Water: Soluble Boiling Point: NA


Appearance: Clear liquid Odor: None
SECTION X - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability: Stable

Conditions to Avoid: Prolonged Extreme Heat

Incompatibility: (Materials to avoid) Contact with iron.



Hazardous Decomposition Products: None

Hazardous Polymeration: None


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