The technique recommended by the company is to use it with cones, as the cement is more difficult to remove if needed, due to its bioceramic characteristics.What is the setting time of BIO-C SEALER?
The setting time is ≤240 minutes and depends on local humidity.Should I leave the canal moist in order to use BIO-C SEALER?
No, moisture, which initiates the material setting, comes from apical tissues and dentinal canaliculi.What is the resin used as base in BIO-C SEALER?
BIO-C SEALER has no resinous base. Its viscosity is given by a long-chain alcohol, the polyethylene glycol. Therefore, the product is more biocompatible and easier to clean.How should I store BIO-C SEALER?
The storage should be in a dry ventilated place and it SHOULD NOT BE STORED IN THE FRIDGE.Is BIO-C SEALER absorbable when overflown?
BIO-C SEALER contains in its composition calcium silicate, which in contact with the local humidity is hydrated, producing a hydrated calcium silicate structure and calcium ions and hydroxyl. A part of the material in the form of calcium ions and hydroxyl can be absorbed rapidly in contact with periradicular tissues if accidentally overflown. However, hydrated calcium silicate is a silica matrix, which together with the radiopacifier (zirconium oxide), represents the insoluble part of the product, and present high chemical stability, being difficult to absorb or solubilize.What is the amount of bioceramic particles in BIO-C SEALER?
The product has 65% bioceramic content.Can BIO-C SEALER be used in single cone techniques?
Yes, the product can be used for both single and accessory cone techniques.What is the difference between BIO-C SEALER and MTA-Fillapex?
- BIO-C Sealer is a non-resinous ready-to-use bioceramic cement with 65% bioceramic charge.
- MTA-Fillapex is a resinous bioceramic cement (salicylate resin), pastexpaste, with 13% bioceramic charge in the product.
It is possible to perform 10 to 12 root canals.Can the Bio-C Sealer be used with the thermoplastic root canal filling technique?
In the root canal filling techniques that use gutta percha heating, the maximum temperature reached by the equipment is 200°C. The Bio-C sealer is stable at this temperature, unlike some other root canal sealers that degrade at temperatures close to 144ºC.How long does the Bio-C Sealer alkaline reaction last?
The “alkaline reaction” is the hydration reaction of the product which, in contact with the moisture of the environment produces Ca(OH)2– calcium hydroxide and contributes to the increase in pH|alkalinity. Clinically, this hydration reaction depends a lot on the conditions of the root canal where the sealer will be inserted, which is a more or less humid canal. Under standardized conditions of humidity, the hydration reaction – “alkaline reaction” – takes an average of 28 days, however this process occurs in phases (I, II, III, IV and V) with variation in the amounts of Ca(OH)2 produced in the long-term.In relation to the biological reaction, which product performs better, Bio-C Sealer or MTA-Fillapex?
The best biological reaction occurs with the Bio-C Sealer, due to its smaller particle size, which ends up being more reactive, and also the concentration of calcium silicate in the formulation (13% in MTA-Fillapex, and 70% in Bio -C Sealer).”
More than biocompatible!Description
Bioceramic root canal sealer ready to use.Recommendation
- Root canal filling of permanent teeth;
- Internal resorption treatment.
- Ready to use
- High release of calcium ions
- High alkalinity (ph~12)
- Excelent flowability
- Setting expansion
- Chemical adhesion to dentin
- High radiopacity
- No mixing required, application directly in the canal
- Easy to clean
- Stimulates tissue regeneration
- Bactericidal action
- Allows filling of accessory canals
- Prevents bacterial infiltration
- Better sealing
- Excellent radiographic visualization
- Ref. 3822 - Packing with 1 syringe of 0,5g with 5 applicator tips
- Ref. 3823 - Packing with 4 syringes of 0,5g each with 20 applicators tips