DSI EDTA-17 is 17% Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid solution is buffered to neutral pH, and it is an efficient calcium binding or chelating agent engaged in easing instrumentation of root canals and then for smear layer elimination.

It decalcifies the canal walls making it easier to expand and shape the canal with files and reamers

EDTA 17% Solution -  is explicitly engineered with lower pH for best performance!

For exceptional outcomes, a lower pH is a lot more essential than concentration.

As pH increases, the supply of calcium ions from hydroxyapatite for chelation decreases. A study using concentrations of alkaline (pH 11.3) solutions of EDTA showed it to be less capable of detaching the smear layer.

The optimal pH for EDTA solutions really should be between 7.5 - 9

50 years research shows that pH actual matters!

DSI EDTA-17 solution used by endodontic irrigation, elimination of the smear layer and dentin mud from root canals.


ü  Makes dentin wall for enhanced adhesion of filling materials

ü  Perfect pH for enhanced chelation.

ü  Opens dentin tubules.

ü  Improves cleansing.

ü  A chelating agent.

ü  Decalcifies canal walls.

ü  Eases instrumentation of root canals.

ü  Buffered into a neutral pH

ü  EDTA Successfully Decalcifies Canal Walls.


ü  For the Instrumentation of Root Canals and Smear Layer elimination.

ü  Buffered to the neutral pH

ü  Makes dentin walls for improved ADHESION of filling constituents.

ü  Releases of dentin tubules.

ü  Eliminates smear layer and dentin mud.

ü  Enhances cleansing.