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Orafil LC

Light Cure Temporary Filling Material
  • Light cure temporary filling & sealing material
  • Convenient syringe system for direct delivery into the cavity
  • Elastic consistency for easy removal in one-piece leaving a clean cavity


  • 1 x 3g Syringe, 1 x Instruction Manual.



CE approved
CE 0123
The product is audited & approved as per European standards and laws, and has a valid CE Certifications
MDSAP quality management system satisfies the regulatory jurisdictions requirements of MDSAP Countries
CDSCO Registered
Registered & Approved as per MDR 2017 Guidelines by Central Drugs Standard Control Organization


  • All kinds of temporary fillings, temporary protection of inlays / onlays preparations.
  • Implant screw access temporaries.
  • Emergency repair of lost fillings and fractured teeth.


  • Quick and easy removal-can be removed in one piece-thus leave cavity clean upon removal.
  • High wear resistance.
  • Excellent adhesion.
  • Durable and tight marginal seal.
  • Non eugenol composition.
  • Suitable for long term temporaries.
Technical Data
1. Depth of Cure 4-5 mm
2. Curing Time 20-40 Sec.
3. Colour Blue


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Instructions for Use: 

Application :
1. Preparation, lining and impression to be carried out as usual. Rinse and dry the cavity.
2. Apply Orafil-LC into the cavity with a suitable instrument (round condenser, spatula, etc.)
Handling : Contour with slight excess. For use in the inlay and onlay technique, keep the approximate contact points free of resin with dental floss or a matrix before curing to maintain tooth mobility. Cure for 20 – 40 s (depending on layer thickness) with a conventional polymerisation device. The light output should be a minimum of 500 mW/cm² on halogen polymerisation devices and 300 mW/cm² on LED devices. As a rule, 4 mm deep layers are sufficiently cured in 40 s. Increased exposure times are required when the light source cannot be brought close enough to the material. Check occlusion. Excess can be removed with a scalpel. Silicone points are suitable for grinding.
Removal of the temporary filling : Insert a rigid instrument into the temporary filling and extract it. Simply stick in a probe and remove the filling. The dispensed material shall not be placed back in a container and the dose once applied and used shall not be reused.
Warnings : Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin (allergic contact dermatitis), and eyes. Avoid prolonged inhalation. Do not take it internally. Contact with the skin may cause irritation, burns or hypersensitivity. If contact with skin occurs immediately wipe off thoroughly with cotton and alcohol and then wash well with soap and water. If skin rash and sensitization or other allergic reaction occurs discontinue use and seek medical attention. If the product comes into contact with the eyes, rinse thoroughly with fresh water and consult a physician. It should not be used with patients who have a history of severe allergic reaction to any of the components.
Precautions : 
1. Avoid use of lining material containing eugenol as it may after the setting time of orafil LC.
2. Adhesion of dental resins or lining (eg. light curing materials) may occur. Thus, apply suitable insulting agent (eg. glycerine, vaseline).
Contraindications : Do not use it in patients, If allergic to methacrylate resins.
Storage Conditions : Store at temperature between 10°C(50°F) to 24°C(75°F). Close the cap carefully after use. Keep away from moisture. Shelf life is not affected after opening if stored in a cool dry place.

Shelf Life : 3 Years from the date of manufacturing.

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