Edtac

Edtac,

n the brand name for a chelating agent used to soften calcified tissue.
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Comparative evaluation of the effect of EDTA, EDTAC, NaOCl and MTAD on microhardness of human dentin.
Longitudinal and quantitative evaluation of dentin demineralization when subjected to EDTA, EDTAC, and citric acid: A co-site digital optical microscopy study.
evALuAtion of eR-yAG LAseR And edtAc on dentin AdHesion of six endodontic seALeRs.
Effect of EDTAC and Sulfuric acid on root canal dentine.
The effect of EDTA, EGTA, EDTAC, and tetracycline-HCl with and without subsequent NaOCl treatment on the microhardness of root canal dentin.
The effect of EDTA, EGTA, EDTAC, and tetracycline-HCI with and without sub- sequent NaOCI treatment on the microhardness of root canal dentin, Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod 2007; 104:418-24.
The effect of EDTAC and the variation of its working time analyzed with scanning electron microscopy.
EDTA forms the active ingredient in most of the common chelating solutions and gels such as Tublicid, EDTAC, File-Eze and RC-Prep.
75) Polyvynil phosphonic acid, EDTAC, tetracyclines, and alcohol have also been used as MMP inhibitors in in vitro studies.
Evaluation of smear layer removal by EDTAC and sodium hypochlorite with ultrasonic agitation.