Discontinue use immediately if signs of irritation (rash, etc.) appear. See a physician.
Avoid contact with skin or eyes. Contaminated skin should be thoroughly rinsed with running water. If the material enters the eye, rinse immediately with copious amounts of running water and consult an ophthalmologist.
To get the best results with MS Coat ONE
Store MS Coat ONE in a dark place at room temperature. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and extreme temperatures (above 30°C or below 1°C).
Once a tooth is sealed with MS Coat ONE, the bond strength of subsequently applied adhesives will be compromised. To seal a surface that will be bonded later, use Hybrid Bond instead of MS Coat ONE. If a surface treated with MS Coat ONE must be bonded, the surface layer should be removed.
Alternatively, if the surface should be rubbed for 10 seconds with a pledget saturated with Green Activator before bonding with Super-Bond C&B, good bond strengths can be attained
Tooth surface preparation: Remove plaque and clean the tooth surface with a moistened cotton pledget. Then wipe with a dry cotton pledget. (Note: If plaque and calculus are severe, preliminary application of MS Coat ONE may be necessary. After scaling, another coat of MS Coat ONE should be applied.)
Application of MS Coat ONE
a) Dispense 1-3 drops of MS Coat ONE into the plastic dispensing dish.
b) Application of MS Coat ONE: Control moisture with cotton rolls. Apply the liquid with the Felt Applicator for 30 seconds using a pumping/rubbing motion.
Then gently dry the surface with an air syringe for 10 seconds. If the surface remains hypersensitive, repeat the procedure.
Rinse with water. If the efficacy after treatment is not perfect, repeat the treatment at successive appointments to improve desensitization.