Glustitch PeriAcryl Oral Tissue Adhesive
- High Viscosity
- 5ml, 50 Pipettes, Autoclavable Tray (High Viscosity) -or-
- 12 X 0.2ml Single-Use Packs (Regular Viscosity)
- 9 times thicker than regular viscosity PeriAcryl90
- Developed using feedback from periodontists
- Increased control for precision application and less waste
- Same trusted set time and strength as PeriAcryl90 standard viscosity
- Same user friendly delivery system as PeriAcryl90 standard viscosity
- Two year shelf life.
Oral tissue adhesive is a type of medical glue that is used to seal or close small wounds or incisions in the oral cavity. Here are some general guidelines for using oral tissue adhesive:
1. Clean the area: Clean the area around the wound or incision using a sterile saline solution or other appropriate cleaning agent. Dry the area thoroughly using sterile gauze or other materials.
2. Apply the adhesive: Apply a small amount of oral tissue adhesive directly onto the wound or incision using a sterile applicator or brush. Take care to avoid contact with surrounding healthy tissue or teeth.
3. Hold the wound closed: Gently apply pressure to the wound or incision using sterile gauze or other materials to hold it closed while the adhesive dries. This may take several minutes, depending on the type of adhesive used.
4. Monitor the wound: Monitor the wound or incision to ensure that the adhesive remains in place and that the wound is healing properly. If necessary, apply additional adhesive or other wound care products to support the healing process.
5. Provide follow-up care: Provide appropriate post-operative care to the patient, including monitoring for signs of infection or other complications. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for removing or reapplying the adhesive, if necessary.
Overall, oral tissue adhesive can be a quick and effective way to seal or close small wounds or incisions in the oral cavity. By following these general guidelines and using appropriate caution and care, healthcare providers can help to ensure optimal outcomes for their patients.