Expasyl is a viscous paste, consisting of micronized kaolin, aluminum chloride, and water, which is injected directly into the sulcus.
Expasyl opens the sulcus and leaves the field dry. It creates space in the sulcus due to its optimal viscosity characteristics; it is thick and firm enough to move tissue. Expasyl contains the hemostatic agent aluminum chloride to control bleeding:
Fast: place in the sulcus for one to two minutes, then rinse.
Painless: much less time and force needed than packing cord.
Hemostatic: controls bleeding and crevicular seepage, leaving margins ready for impression-taking or cementation.
Safe: minimal pressure required. No danger of rupturing the epithelial attachment.
Expasyl saves you time and gives your patient a comfortable experience, while setting the stage for a quality restoration.