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Inside Dentistry
August 2015
Volume 11, Issue 8

Endodontics

EndoSequence® BC Sealer

Brasseler USA

Figure 1 | EndoSequence BC Sealer is a premixed, ready-to-use injectable bioceramic cement paste developed for permanent root canal filling and sealing applications.

Packaged in convenient cartridges with intra-canal application tips, EndoSequence BC Sealer can be injected directly into the canal. Unlike conventional base/catalyst sealers, no mixing or curing is required, as this hydrophilic product employs the canal’s natural moisture to initiate and complete its setting reaction. Extremely small particle size and ideal viscosity allows it to readily flow into lateral canals, webs, and dentinal tubules. Highly radiopaque, EndoSequence BC Sealer has zero shrinkage, ensuring an outstanding seal, and is antibacterial during setting. It chemically bonds to both dentin and to Brasseler’s bioceramic points (EndoSequence® BC Points™).

Let advanced material science work for your practice with EndoSequence BC Sealer.brasselerusadental.com

Highlights

· Premixed in an easy-to-use syringe

· Strongly antibacterial

· pH of 12.5 in the initial 48 hours

· Extremely biocompatible, non-toxic

· Chemically stable, no shrinkage

· Highly radiopaque

· Forms hydroxyapatite

· Hydrophilic

Video Resource

Get a comprehensive explanation of the properties of EndoSequence and bioceramic technology at dentalaegis.com/go/id1108.

Endo-Express® & SafeSiders®

Essential Dental Systems

Figure 2 | Endo-Express reciprocating handpiece and SafeSiders reamers prevent binding by engaging dentin only during clockwise rotation, allow each canal to be shaped in 2 to 5 minutes, and virtually eliminate cyclic fatigue and torsional stress. edsdental.com

LightSpeed® LSX™

SybronEndo

Figure 3 | The LightSpeed LSX instrumentation system creates root canal preparations that are biologically optimal. Unlike tapered endodontic instruments, LightSpeed cuts only where you need to cut and thoroughly cleans the apical third without unnecessarily removing root structure coronally or in the mid-root. sybronendo.com

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