Dr. DiTolla’s Clinical Tips – DYC Rinse
Chairside Magazine: Volume 6, Issue 4
As attached as I am to my PFG gel, that’s how my hygienists feel about DYC rinse. Here in California, my hygienists can give local anesthesia for their scaling and root planing cases, but it is those cases that aren’t quite that advanced, but are still sensitive, that prove problematic. With DYC rinse, my hygienists have patients swish a Dixie cup full of the topical anesthetic solution in their mouth for 45 to 60 seconds and it provides full-mouth soft tissue anesthesia for about 30 minutes. In addition to sensitive hygiene patients, they also use it on gaggers prior to FMXs and impressions for study models.