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Inside Dentistry
April 2024
Volume 20, Issue 4

Select HV® Etch w/BAC

1. High viscosity. Ideal for the selective-etch, or "hybrid-etch," technique; however, it can also be used with the total-etch technique.

2. Easy handling. Demonstrates excellent handling characteristics that facilitate precise placement while eliminating run-on onto the occlusal dentin surface.

3. Contains BAC. Formulated with benzalkonium chloride (BAC), an antimicrobial agent that in-vitro research shows is effective against Streptococcus mutans. 1-3

4. Easy wash-off. Rinses away quickly and cleanly, leaving no residue to interfere with bonding.

5. Unparalleled bond. Creates microretentive surfaces that result in strong, successful bonds to both enamel and dentin.

"When you're looking for an etching solution, and you see that Select HV Etch has an ideal consistency, contains an antibacterial, and creates the microretentive surfaces needed for successful bonding, it becomes evident-why settle for anything less?"

David Hornbrook, DDS
San Diego, California


5 g syringe pack: 4 × 5 g syringes, 50 disposable syringe tips

30 ml bulk syringe kit: 1 × 30 ml bulk syringe, 30 disposable syringes, 30 disposable tips

30 ml bulk syringe refill: 1 × 30 ml bulk syringe


1. Özel E, Yurdagüven H, Can Say E, Kocagöz S. Evaluation of the antibacterial activity of disinfectant solutions with phosphoric acids against Streptococcus mutans. J Hacettepe Fac Dent. 2005;29(4):8-14.

2. Turkun M, Ergucu Z, Turkun LS, et al. Is phosphoric acid sufficiently antibacterial? J Dent Res. 2006;85(Spec Iss B):abstract number 1605.

3. In-vivo clinical studies to evaluate the effects of BAC on oral bacteria or caries have not been performed.

Manufacturer Information

BISCO, Inc.  800-247-3368

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