HemCon® Dental Dressing PRO

HemCon oral wound dressings offer emergency medical professionals, general practitioners, periodontists and oral surgeons innovative dressings for oral mucosal tissue wounds. The dressings become adherent when in contact with the oral wound environment and provides a protective layer that can be custom cut to fit your patient’s needs. HemCon Dental Dressings provide a physical barrier to protect the wound surface, while reducing pain.

Available Sizes & SKUs:

  • 10mm x12mm (U.S.: PN#1050, EU/O.U.S. PN#1051)
  • 1in x 3in (U.S.: PN#1052, EU/O.U.S.: PN#1053)
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Ideal Application

• Extraction sites
• Oral Surgery wounds
• Periodontal donor sites
• Maxillofacial trauma

Intended Use

U.S.:
The HemCon Dental Dressing PRO is an oral wound dressing intended as a physical barrier for temporary protection of oral mucosal tissue and to provide pain relief.

Europe and O.U.S.:
The HemCon Dental Dressing PRO is an oral hemostatic wound dressing intended as a physical barrier for temporary protection of oral mucosal tissue and to provide pain relief.

Features & Benefits

Features Benefits
Cost Effective:
Ideally sized dressing; helps reduce chair time to maximize patient turns.
Less Hands-on Time:
Adhesive properties help secure dressing to mucosal tissue
Primary closure not necessary
May reduce overall need for sutures
Dependable:
Works quickly1-4
Offers pain relief and works without the use of thrombin.
Safe:
Provides a physical barrier for temporary protection of the wound surface
No known contra-indications
Simple Application:
Intuitive application
Typically dissolves within 48 hours
No removal necessary

1. Pippi, R. “The effectiveness of a new method using an extra-alveolar hemostatic agent after dental extractions in older patients on oral anticoagulation treatment: an intrapatient study.” Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol. 2015 Jul;120(1):15-21
2. Eldibany, R.M. “Platelet rich fibrin versus Hemcon dental dressing following dental extraction in patients under anticoagulant therapy.” Tanta Dental Journal 11 (2014) 75-84
3. Kale, T.P., et al., “Effectiveness of Hemcon Dental Dressing versus Conventional Method of Haemostasis in 40 Patients on Oral Antiplatelet Drugs.” Sultan Qaboos University Med J, August 2012, Vol. 12, Iss. 3, pp. 330-335, Epub. 15th Jul 12
4. Azargoon H., et al. “Assessment of Hemostatic Efficacy and Osseous Wound Healing Using HemCon Dental Dressing” JOE — Volume 37, Number 6, June 2011
5. Malmquist, J.P., et al., “Hemostasis of Oral Surgery Wounds With the HemCon Dental Dressing.” J Oral Maxillofac Surg 66:1177-1183, 2008
Note: Some of the Uses Described in this Information Have not Been Cleared by the FDA

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