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Endo Questions for the RWE Faculty:: BC RRM


Joined: July 2018

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what is the difference between both products?

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Joined: August 2013

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In reply to Mina Moheb The Putty is hard and can be manipulated and the RRM Syringeable is more liquid and can be injected. Chemically, the difference is little and more to do with the radioopacifier and the filler. 
I generally recommend the Putty as the more universally more useful material. The RRM is good for some pulp capping and other surgical applications. I use the Putty 95% of the time along with the Sealer and use the RRM occasionally, if I'm doing a pulp capping.