Commom questions
What is the difference between BIO-C REPAIR and BIO-C SEALER?

BIO-C REPAIR is a reparative cement, while BIO-C SEALER is a cement root canal obturation.

What is the setting time for BIO-C REPAIR?

The setting time will depend on the availability of moisture in the medium, but usually occurs in about 120 minutes.

What are the indications for BIO-C REPAIR?

  • As a reparative cement, BIO-C REPAIR has the same indications of MTA ANGELUS and MTA REPAIR HP, which are:
  • Treatment of perforation of root or furcation by canal;
  • Treatment of perforation of root or furcation surgically;
  • Treatment of internal resorption via canal;
  • Treatment of external or communicating internal resorption surgically;
  • Retrofilling in paraendodontic surgery;
  • Direct and indirect pulp capping;
  • Apicification;
  • Apicigenesis;
  • Pulpotomy;
  • Pulp regeneration.

What is the difference among BIO-C REPAIR, MTA ANGELUS, and MTA REPAIR HP?

How to perform the BIO-C REPAIR application?

It depends on the application spot and professional preferences. Spatulas or MTA applicators (MTA Angelus applicator) can be used.

Why does Bio-C Repair have more resistance if its and Bio-C Sealer's components are the same?

The difference between Bio-C Sealer and Bio-C Repair is in the amount of nanoparticle silica. In the case of Bio-C Repair, the amount of silica is about 5 times higher. Silica is responsible for the rheometry, giving the consistency of paste for Bio-C Sealer and putty for Bio-C Repair.

As the Bio-C Repair has more silica at the end of the hydration process, around 28 days, the material will have a higher resistance than the Bio-C Sealer. This is because the Bio-C Repair particles are closer to each other, allowing for greater cohesion of the cross-link of the phases formed during the hydration process: hydrated calcium silicate (C-H-S) and calcium hydroxide particles.


More than biocompatible!


Bioceramic reparative material ready to use.


  • Treatment of the root canal perforations or furcation;
  • Sealing of internal and communicating root resorptions;
  • Retrofilling in endodontic surgeries;
  • Pulp capping in treatments;
  • Pulpotomy;
  • Apexification;
  • Apexogenesis

  • Premixed/putty
  • High release of calcium ions
  • High alkalinity (ph~12)
  • Setting expansion and Chemical adhesion to dentin
  • Radiopacifier Zirconium Oxide
  • Hydrophilic
  • Non-toxic
  • Non-resin composition
  • Average particulate size (~2 microns)
  • Easy to use and insert into cavity
  • Stimulates tissue regeneration
  • Bactericidal action
  • Prevents bacterial infiltration
  • High radiopacity and does not stain
  • Absorbs moisture from the environment, starting the setting process
  • Does not contain heavy metals
  • Allows use in humid media without loss of properties, especially in surgeries where the humidity control of the operative site is difficult
  • Greater reactivity, accelerating the healing process
  • Ref. 3861 - Packing with 1 syringe of 0,5g
  • Ref. 3863 - Packing with 4 syringes of 0,5g



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