EndoSequence BC Sealer
The “State-of-the-Art” in Endodontic Obturation
Unlike conventional base/catalyst sealers, BC Sealer™ utilizes the moisture natually present in the dentinal tubules to initiate its setting reaction. This highly radiopaque and Hydrophilic sealer forms hydroxyapatite upon setting and chemically bonds to both dentin and to our bioceramic points (EndoSequence® BC Points™). BC Sealer is anti-bacterial during setting due to its highly alakaline pH and unlike traditional sealers, BC Sealer exhibits absolutely zero shrinkage!
HOW DOES YOUR CURRENT SYSTEM COMPARE?
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.
- Patented premixed calcium silicate, calcium phosphate bioceramic sealer
- Biocompatible and Osteogenic
- Bonds to dentin and BC Points
- 100% Hydrophilic
- Zero Shrinkage
With over 14 years of clinical use, countless peer reviewed studies, and an estimated 50 million cases performed worldwide, BC Sealer is the biologic standard of care in obturation.
BC Sealer is alkaline (+12pH) making it highly antibacterial. A recent study showed that BC Sealer killed Enterococcus faecalis within 2 minutes of contact.
BC Sealer’s extremely small particle size and hydrophilic nature allow it flow into all aspects of the canal anatomy. A recent study proved that BC Sealer has a contact angle which is lower than all other sealers tested. This unique feature of BC Sealer improves its ability to bond to dentin and obturation materials and also improves its ability to effectively kill microbes throughout all aspects of the root canal system.
BC Sealer is essentially a root repair material with a flowable consistency. The unique osteogenic properties of BC Sealer make it particularly effective on non-vital cases with extensive bone loss or apical periodontitis. A recent study showed BC Sealer to be much more biocompatible than AH Plus®.
BC Sealer’s hydrophilic/hydroxyapatite producing formula and excellent flowability allow it bond readily to both dentin and to bioceramic filling materials (BC Points™). A recent study showed that BC Sealer has superior bond strength when compared to other popular sealers. The study varied the moisture content to determine its effect on bond strengths. BC Sealer outperformed all the other sealers at all moisture levels.
U.S. Patent Nos.: 7,553,362, 7,575,628, 8,343,271, 8,475,811
European Patent Nos.: 1861341 A4, 2142225 B1
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*Promotion only applies to licensed Endodontists in the US and CAN. Offer good until Dec 31st 2021. Additional restrictions may apply.
Check out the latest update to our BC Sealer / RRM Research bibliography. With over 74 published studies and 50 million clinical cases performed, BC Sealer is the biologic standard of care in endodontic obturation.
- PRODUCT LITERATURE
Click links below to review Instructions for Use, Material Data Safety Sheets and Product Literature for EndoSequence® BC Sealer™.
“I have used BC Sealer and BC Root Repair material exclusively for the past two and a half years. I truly believe even with the introduction of all the great new technology and techniques in Endodontics over the past number of years, this will be one of the most outstanding developments. I believe the quality of the Endodontics performed is greatly improved. Finally a material that is biocompatible, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial with no post-operative complications. The feedback from many of my Endodontic Colleagues is amazingly positive.”
Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics
Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor, Nova Southeastern University
BC Sealer Introduction Whiteboard Video
Is your Endodontic sealer/obturation technique weakening teeth? Fix it with BC Sealer and BC Points.
Bioceramic Bonding & Research
The following video explains bioceramic bonding and the research behind the technology.
BC Obturation Features
The following video demonstrates bioceramic obuturation and its features.
Hydraulic Bonded Obturation
The following video demonstrates hydraulic bonded obturation.