Loose caps and crowns can be fixed without going to the dentist. Recapit® is a convenient liquid that quickly reattaches loose caps and crowns. The fast-acting formula cures fast, so you can eat on it in 60 minutes.
Recapit is a unique, no mix cement made especially for replacing loose caps and crowns. Clinically tested and guaranteed, recapit is safe and so effective "you can eat on it".
- Multiple applications
- Ready to use liquid
- Eat on it in 60 minutes
- Wash hands and dry thoroughly.
- Prepare crown by carefully removing as much old cement as possible from the inside of the crown. Rinse and dry well.
- Carefully clean and rinse tooth area with water. Do not dry. Leave moist.
- Try to fit the crown back on the tooth before applying Recapit cement. Make sure it fits properly. If you cannot do this, do not proceed. See your dentist.
- Make sure inside of crown is dry. Open tube by reversing the cap and punching a hole in the tip of the tube. Apply a small amount of the material onto the upper inside edge of the crown.
- Remoisten tooth area, place crown on wet tooth and press firmly.
- Bite down several times to insure proper fit. If the bite is not completely comfortable remove and repeat all steps until the crown feels normal.
- Wait 5 minutes and then gently remove any excess material. Rinse out mouth with water.
- Allow at least 1 hour to set before eating. Cement will fully set in 1 to 3 hours.
Note: When replacing a bridge apply Recapit sparingly to only 1 hollow tooth at each end of the bridge. Recapit should not be used on implants or posts without dentist advice.Ingredients: Calcium Sulphate, Dimethoxytetraethylene Glycol, Zinc Oxide, Potassium Sulphate, Ethylmethacrylate Polymer, Triacetin.Warnings: Read directions carefully before using. Keep out of reach of children. This product should not be used if throbbing pain or swelling in affected area exists. Consult your dentist immediately. This product is sold as a temporary remedy. See your dentist as soon as possible for permanent work to be performed. Failure to do so may cause infections and/or injury.