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Endo Questions for the RWE Faculty:: BC sealer Hi-Flow

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Joined: January 2019

Rank: Rookie

Posts: 2

#1
Hi RWE faculty, 
Hope all is well. 

For obturation using BC high flow what technique do you recommend? It is same as hydraulic condensation, or we can use more traditional application of sealer instead of injecting into canal.  

Thank you 
Allen_ali_nasseh

Joined: August 2013

Rank: Faculty General

Posts: 299

#2
In reply to Moji Bagheri Hi Moji, 
You can use the HiFlow whichever way you prefer. You can use it like a conventional sealer by doing lateral or vertical compaction or you can use it with the original Hydraulic Condensation Technique with BC Cones. I would say the choice is yours. I obviously use Hydraulic Condensation in small canals and in larger canals where there is additional room on the side of the main cone I add additional accessory cones. Either way, as long as your instrumentation/irrigation is good you'll have good success. The sealer and this technique only helps simplify your obturation and will save you time. 
Good luck! :) Al

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Joined: January 2019

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#3
In reply to Allen Ali Nasseh Thank you for your prompt response. We met briefly at the AAE last year and spoke about Articaine and paresthesia topic a little if you recall. I am glad I was able to reconnect with you here and learn from you. 
Thank you again. 
Allen_ali_nasseh

Joined: August 2013

Rank: Faculty General

Posts: 299

#4
In reply to Moji Bagheri Yes of course. Thank you! :) Best, 
Ali.