Cements

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BioCem™ is the first adhesive luting cement that combines impressive bioactive benefits with powerful bonding and convenience....
AH26 Root Canal Sealer by Dentsply Maillefer is a powder and resin that are mixed to produce a root canal filling material of optimal...
Dentsply Maillefer's AH Plus Jet Root Canal Sealer is used for direct intra-oral application and provides a more accurate, convenient,...
AH Plus Root Canal Sealer from Dentsply Maillefer is a two-component paste/paste root canal sealer providing long term sealing...
• Nonstaining, nonirritating, excellent thermal insulation • 20-minute working time • Nonsetting under heat • Radiopaque
EZ-FillXpress thoroughly coats the walls of the root canal and lateral canals without significant cement being forced apically and allows...
T.E.R.M. Temporary Endo Restorative Material by Dentsply Maillefer requires no mixing and is easy to handle as well as place. It...
Tubli-Seal EWT and Tubli-Seal EWT Xpress Cement from SybronEndo offer all of the benefits of Tubli-Seal with a longer working time. a...
Sealapex from SybronEndo is a non-eugenol, calcium-hydroxide, polymeric root canal sealant that produces rapid healing and hard tissue...
The creamy ApexCal calcium hydroxide paste is used to place temporary disinfectant dressings in the obturation of root canals. ApexCal...
Tubli-Seal EWT and Tubli-Seal EWT Xpress Cement from SybronEndo offer all of the benefits of Tubli-Seal with a longer working time. a...
Nogenol Root Canal Sealer has a zinc-oxide formulation that is eugenol free. • Ample working time for multi-rooted teeth, yet sets...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Based on what I’ve been reading about bioactive cements and endodontic treatment, some confusion still exists about the materials’ benefits. It also appears that more research is needed. In the meantime, though, let’s consider some basic information. Bioactive materials in general (cements, liners, restoratives): have a biological effect on...

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  • Mariano Polack

    Dr. Polack, what are the top 5 changes you’ve seen in cements since you wrote Contemporary Dental Cements, An Inside Look at a Vital Dental Material for Dental Product Shopper in 2011? Not much has changed except I believe that self-etching resin cements are probably the most popular cements now. The biggest change since 2011 seems to be the...

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  • Steven Klett

    When you’re buying dental products, there’s always a chance that something will go wrong with an order or that you’ll end up not completely satisfied with the product. And with many products and manufacturers, you’re often stuck with buyer’s remorse, as you might not be able to easily obtain a refund. This can be extremely frustrating,...

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    Modern dental offices are equipped with an array of burs suited for any number of procedures. These tools come in many different sizes, shapes and grits and must be reprocessed between each procedure—sterilized, organized and stored before they can be used again. While the expense of purchasing these tools can certainly add up, managing them...

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  • Michael Howard

    In the years since their introduction, resin-based composites have replaced dental amalgam as the most placed restorative material in developed countries. This marked rise in popularity can be attributed to the attractive, tooth-like esthetics that composites offer coupled with increased concerns for mercury content in amalgam. Historically,...

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