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Angelus Bio C Sealer - Bio Ceramic Root Canal Sealer

Angelus
0.5gm syringe
2gm syringe
Rs. 1,499 Rs. 8,500
Bioceramic root canal sealer ready to use

Key Features
1. Ready-to-use/Putty
2. Bioactive;
3. High alkalinity (pH ~ 12)
4. Free of Bismuth Oxide
5. Does not stain
6. Excellent flow
7. Easy to use
8. Prevents bacterial infiltration
9. Radiopacifier with Zirconium

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Angelus Bio C Sealer - Bioceramic root canal sealer

Introduction

  • Bio-C Sealer is a ready-to-use bioceramic sealer for root canal filling.
  • The bioceramic composition allows the release of calcium ions, which stimulates the formation of mineralized tissue.
  • Its mechanical and physical properties make it easy to manipulate and seal the canals, and its biological properties and high pH confer safety and treatment success

Flow

  • High flowability allows the filling of the main and accessory canal easily.
  • The smooth flow ensures that the filling are complete and sturdy

Radiopacity

  • BIO-C® SEALER presents high opacity ( ≥ 7 mm of the Aluminium step-wedge), providing an excellent radiographic view.

Setting time

  • Bio-C Sealer setting reaction occurs through the contact with the moisture from dentinal canaliculi and periapical tissues, as it is a product with hydraulic characteristics.
  • Setting occurs between 60 and 120 minutes.
  • The setting time ensures that it is accurate, and provides a longer lasting restoration

Film thickness

  • Particle size of less than 2 μm provides thin (> 50 μm) thickness.
  • The thinness allows the complete settling of gutta-percha, as well as cement penetration into the dentinal tubules.

Particle size

  • Particle size (less than 2 μm) provides Bio-C Sealer with excellent flow, thin film thickness and diffusion to tissues, leading to a faster regeneration.

Release of calcium ions

  • The release of Calcium ions is fundamental for the biological and chemical action of a filling cement.
  • Bio-C Sealer presents constant release of Calcium to the tissues
  • Our product helps in promoting biomineralization and stimulation of the tissues for their fast regeneration

Antibacterial action

  • The high pH (12.5) gives Bio-C Sealer an antibacterial action, desirable for endodontic cements,
  • The results and treatment prognosis thus provided are favorable and a step in the right direction.

Characteristics and benefits

  • Pre-mixed: Ready for use/injectable;
  • With Zirconia Oxide: Does not cause staining;
  • Bioceramic formulation: High biocompatibility;
  • Release of Calcium ions: Bioactivity;
  • Alkaline: Antibacterial action;
  • Interaction with dentin: High adhesion
  • Bio-C Sealer is a non-resin cement that, in addition to its improved biocompatibility properties, also provides an easy pulp chamber cleaning after endodontic obturation.
  • EUGENOL FREE: Bio-C Sealer is free of Eugenol and therefore has lower cytotoxicity, does not cause staining and does not interfere with the polymerization of resinous materials (resin cements and composite resins)
Filling of root canals
Treatment of non-communicating internal.
Setting Time60 to 120 minutes
RadiopacitySuperior to 7.0 mm in the Aluminium (Al) Step-Wedge
Ph12,5 (after 12 hours)
Particle SizeLess than 2 µm
Film Thickness21µm
Flow23.46 mm

Instructions: 

USE TECHNIQUE 
Use of Applicator Tips 
1. Position the applicator tip in the syringe and perform the chemical decontamination of the assembly (tip + syringe) 
2. We recommend using a disposable plastic cover on the syringe to avoid cross-contamination; 
3. Confirm the material exits from the syringe before direct application to the channel; 
4. Position the tip and syringe assembly properly into the canal and depress the plunger lightly to prevent excessive output of the product. 
5. Before closing the syringe, retract the plunger to stop the outflow; 
6. Clean any excess material on the tip of the syringe and close with appropriate pressure after use to prevent contact with moisture, which causes the product to dry 4 
7. Clean and disinfect the syringe in subsequent uses to avoid cross-contamination; in case of contamination with saliva or blood, discard it. 
 

A. SEALING THE ROOT CANAL OF PERMANENT TEETH 
 

Traditional technique - Lateral compression 
1. Anesthetize, install absolute isolation and then perform the biomechanical preparation of the canal; 
2. Remove the sealing tip and attach the applicator tip on the syringe; 
3. Dry the canal only with absorbent paper cones without causing excessive dryness; 
4. Apply BIO-C SEALER in the apical third of the canal directly with the syringe; 
5. Insert the gutta percha cone in the canal according to the last file used covered with BIO-C SEALER; 
6. X-ray for checking the correct filling of the canal; 
7. Cut the cone at the desired height with heated instruments followed by vertical compression; 
8. Remove, with water, excessive material from the canal walls, perform crown sealing and restoration. 
Important: 
• BIO-C SEALER does not suffer setting contraction; 
• BIO-C SEALER can be used, in addition to conventional techniques, in single-cone techniques and thermoplastic filling; 
• To use the capsule presentation, place it on the gun, depress the plunger to dispense the material on a glass plate or dispense it directly into the canal, performing one of the techniques mentioned above; 
• Use conventional gutta removal techniques. 
Single-cone technique
1. Anesthetize, install absolute isolation and then perform the biomechanical preparation of the canal; 
2. Remove the sealing tip and attach the applicator tip on the syringe; 
3. Dry the canal only with absorbent paper cones without causing excessive dryness; 
4. Apply BIO-C SEALER in the apical third of the canal directly with the syringe; 
5. Insert the gutta percha cone; 
6. X-ray for checking the correct filling of the canal; 
7. Cut the cone at the desired height with heated instruments followed by vertical compression; 
8. Remove excessive material from the canal walls with suitable irrigating solutions for this purpose, perform crown sealing and restoration. 
 

B. INTERNAL REABSORPTION TREATMENT
1. Anesthetize and install absolute isolation; 
2. Remove granulation tissue from reabsorption area with sharp curettes; 
3. Neutralize the area with calcium hydroxide paste; 
4. Remove the calcium hydroxide in the next session; 
5. Dry the canal only with absorbent paper cones without causing excessive dryness; 
6. Insert BIO-C SEALER with the applicator tip across the canal, prioritizing the reabsorption area; 
7. Insert the accessory gutta percha cones according to the lateral compression technique; 
8. Cut the cones at the upper part of the reabsorption with heated instruments. Perform vertical compression
for better disposal of the sealer in the reabsorption area; 
9. X-ray for checking the correct filling of the reabsorption and canal area; 
10. Fill the remaining of the canal with gutta percha; 
11. Perform crown sealing with glass ionomer or other material of your preference and restore the tooth; 
12. X-ray and follow up for at least two years
 

Filling removal
• Use conventional gutta removal techniques. 

Storage: 
Store at dry place

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