Pulp Therapy with DSI ReMTA

DSI ReMTA is a long-lasting bioactive cement used for pulp capping and root end reversing fillings; it is a hydraulic bio-ceramic material for repair that is essential in pulp therapy. DSI ReMTA dental material is extremely useful for retrograde filling, filling the upper top segment of the canal, closing root canal perforations, and pulp isolation. The powder-liquid version of DSI ReMTA is a powder with good hydrophilic particles that set in the presence of water. It closes off the pathways that connect the root canal system to the surrounding tissues, significantly reducing bacterial migration. Calcium, silicon, and aluminum oxides are the primary constituents of DSI ReMTA material. Copper-calcium hydroxide, an active bacteriostatic additive, is also present in the material. It is monomer- and resin-free, resulting in zero shrinkage. There are no heavy metal additions. DSI ReMTA provides predictable results and curative responses that dentist specialists are familiar with and rely on.DSI ReMTA enhanced packaging reduces waste with appropriate 0.5-gram pouches and corresponding liquid to syndicate just the right amount for single-and multiple patient's uses.ts outstanding compatibility with the dentinal wall gives an expected clinical healing response, and its water-based chemistry permits normal setting in the inclusion of moisture. In the case of treating teeth with unformed roots, calcium hydroxide stimulates apexigenesis and osteogenesis, inhibits bone reabsorption, and promotes dentinal bridge formation with regard to pulp covers.

When DSI ReMTA is properly set, the repair cement forms a thin layer of hydroxyapatite, resulting in a healing reaction. DSI ReMTA is a hydraulic bioceramic material that can be used for repair and vital pulp therapy. During the blood contamination, there is no discoloration. As a result, it is an excellent choice for aesthetic repair material. It is free of pollutants. It is not toxic to cells after two days, so it is commonly used in pulp therapy (pulp capping, pulpotomy, and pulpectomy).

In vivo, the initial pH is around 12.5 and drops to 7.88.0 in one month. According to research, it has a high potential for biomineralization. Predictable outcomes instill practitioners with the added confidence of a positive outcome. The paste-paste version is simple to use and has excellent flowability - it seals auxiliary canals and can be used in conjunction with gutta-percha points. It is made of pure calcium silicate and is monomer-free, resulting in zero shrinkage. 


  • Setting time: 200 seconds
  • Excellent sealing ability
  • Exceptional bactericidal activity
  • There is no hair band.
  • There is no Cr, As, Ni, Bi, Fe, or Cd.
  • Grade 0 (cell toxicity test): not toxic to cells
  • Al 5mm slightly above value for radio-opacity.


  • It allows for pulp capping.
  • It removes affected coronal pulp while preserving the viability of residual pulp tissue.
  • Radiopacity is very high.
  • Low expansion during installation
  • It facilitates calcium ion infiltration into demineralized tissue.
  • It allows for planning.
  • It allows packing materials to be used at the application site.
  • The material's homogeneous composition shortens the setting time.
  • The Surges sealing process strengthens the restoration.


  • Quick Configuration
  • There is no staining.
  • Material Free of Heavy Metal
  • There is no cell harm.
  • Have Good Handling Qualities

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