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BioCem™ is the first adhesive luting cement that combines impressive bioactive benefits with powerful bonding and convenience....
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MTA Fillapex is a mineral trioxide aggregate-based, salicylate resin root canal sealer. It is designed to provide a high flow rate and a...
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Sprig’s SmartMTA sets in just 2.5 minutes, at least 5x faster than other brands, saving valuable chair time and reducing material costs,...
• 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...
EZ-Fill Xpress Mixing Tips are used with EZ-Fill Xpress epoxy root canal cement syringes.
Chemlock is a multipurpose, permanent cement made by Roydent Dental. Applications include porcelain, metal and composite crowns,...
EZ-Fill Epoxy Root Canal Cement by Essential Dental Systems combines with a single gutta percha point technique to create a seal...
Tubli-Seal Xpress is a zinc oxide eugenol root canal sealer light in color, nondarkening and radiopaque. • Low leakage and low...
Sealapex Xpress is a noneugenol, polymeric calcium hydroxide root canal sealant in a dual syringe delivery method. This formulation...
2Seal easymiX from Roydent Dental is an automatic 1:1 mix ratio that is designed with a 360 Flex Intra Oral Tip for precise placement...
Root Canal Sealer from Pulpdent is a radiopaque, tissue compatible solution that is designed to expand a small amount upon setting. The...

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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

    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 increasing popularity of dual cure, self-etching resin cements for the routine cementation of indirect restorations. The use of zirconia and e.max over PFM crowns is likely responsible...

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  • Sara Grillo

    As health organizations monitoring the COVID crisis make patients increasingly aware of the risk that airborne particles pose, such as the droplets dispelled from a cough or sneeze, patients may be understandably more anxious about their time in the dental chair—especially during procedures like ultrasonic scaling or high-speed drilling that are...

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    • Date: 05/01/2020

    Along with the decreased time it takes to complete a restoration without compromising strength or esthetics, Tokuyama’s Estelite Bulk Fill Flow claims to be easy to place and applicable in deep layers without the concern of shrinkage. It’s no surprise that our team of Dental Product Shopper Evaluators were eager to test the product. Watch this...

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  • Sara Grillo

    For Dr. James Cope, GUIDOR easy-graft CLASSIC is a “Swiss army knife” when it comes to ridge preservation after extractions. It recently came to the rescue when treating a 45-year-old patient who presented with pain that kept him awake all night. After extracting the patient’s tooth No. 2, Dr. Cope used the alloplastic bone-grafting material to...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    One dental manufacturer is determined to offer paradise to dental practitioners and their patients by providing the finest possible products available in the dental marketplace. Simply put, Paradise Dental Technologies (PDT) believes that using their products “should be paradise,” and they designed their instruments with that concept in mind.

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