How do you use an endo sequence?

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How do you use an endo sequence?

Use the EndoSequence file in a single (then back), second (then back), third (then out) motion. (i.e., take the file to engagement and back, to engagement and back, and finally to a third engagement and out of the canal). Each series of engagements should take no more than two (2) to three (3) seconds.

What is endo sequence?

EndoSequence BC Sealer is a patented, revolutionary premixed root canal sealer which utilizes new bioceramic nanotechnology. Unlike conventional base/catalyst sealers, BC Sealer utilizes the moisture naturally present in the dentinal tubules to initiate its setting reaction.

What is EndoSequence root repair material?

EndoSequence Root Repair Material is a ready-to-use, premixed, bioceramic paste developed for permanent root canal repair and surgical applications. It is an insoluble, radiopaque, and aluminum-free material based on a calcium silicate composition, which requires the presence of water to set and harden.

What is Endo sealer?

EndoREZ (Ultradent, South Jordan, UT, USA) is a urethane dimethacrylate (UDMA) based resin sealer. It is recommended for use with EndoREZ points (Ultradent), methacrylate resin coated gutta-percha points so that there is bonding between the root filling, sealer and the root canal dentine.

What is apical stop?

apical stop n. A firm ledge which is just prepared in the apical *dentine short of the end of the *root canal… …

What is BC Putty?

BC RRM-Fast Set Putty has an extremely small particle size and, unlike other root repair and pulp capping materials, it is completely free of heavy metals such as Bismuth Oxide. It is extremely antibacterial and osteogenic making it ideal for pulp capping and root repair procedures.

What is in BC sealer?

What makes BC Sealer different from other “bioceramic” sealers? Our nano-particulate premixed bioceramic contains Calcium Silicates, Calcium Phosphate, Calcium Hydroxide and Zirconium Oxide – a patented formula that cannot be copied.

What are bioceramics made of?

Bioceramics, made from a calcium phosphate material containing tiny pores, have been used to coat metal joint implants or used as unloaded space fillers for bone ingrowth.

What is bioceramics in dentistry?

Bioceramics refer to biomaterials that are used in direct contact with living tissue in the medical and dental field. Various types of bioceramics that are available in medicine and dentistry, include bioinert bioceramics like Zirconia and Alumina that do not react with the environment they are in contact with.

What removes gutta percha?

Chloroform rapidly softens gutta percha and, in conjunction with files, allows for the removal of gutta percha in a crown-down manner. With the canals filled with chloroform bath then paper points are utilized to wick residual gutta percha and sealers from the more inaccessible regions of the root canal system.

What is BMP in root canal treatment?

What is BMP in Root Canal Treatment? Biomechanical preparation is the achievement of free access to the apical foramen via the root canal by mechanical means. It is directly related to subsequent disinfection and filling. It is because it creates enough space for medication and irrigation.

What is the EndoSequence file?

The original EndoSequence file was introduced over 15 years ago, and despite the introduction of countless competitive files, EndoSequence remains one of the most popular files available today. The patented design and quality manufacturing set the EndoSequence file apart and make it one of the most efficient cutting files on the market.

How efficient should the EndoSequence system be?

The system should be as efficient as possible but the long term prognosis of the tooth trumps simplicity. Take the EndoSequence Challenge: Compare the EndoSequence file to your current file, and if you don’t prefer EndoSequence, we will gladly provide you with a full refund.

Can the EndoSequence II be used in the electromagnetic environment?

Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic emissions The EndoSequence II is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the EndoSequence II should assure that is used in such an environment.

What should I do if the EndoSequence II exceeds RF compliance levels?

If the measured field strength in the location in which the EndoSequence II is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the EndoSequence II should be observed to verity normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the EndoSequence II.

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