Tag Archive: Sealer

AAE 2016 Case Review with Dr. Shervin Gholian

April 15, 2016 11:53 am Published by

Should sealers be resorbable? This clinical case shared by Dr. Shervin Gholian, RWE faculty and clincal endodontist in San Luis Obispo, CA tells us the answer.

The case reviewed was shared with Dr....

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BioCeramic Sealer Research Bibliography

August 7, 2015 11:41 am Published by

Eight years have passed since the release of the Bioceramic Sealer, RRM, and Putty. During this time, many scientific research articles on these compounds have been conduncted by independant centers globally and published in peer reviewed journal. The attachment below is a compilation of the significant studies from different aspects of the material properties of this material. Please download for your record. The bioceramic compounds have widespread support by science and their validity for use as universal endodontic cements is already well established.

If you have any questions about these articles, you can ask them at the Ask the Faculty Questions section of the Forums or post below.…

Vertical Condensation with BC Sealer!

March 4, 2015 8:52 pm Published by

Dr. Nasseh explains the way to combine the recently released EndoSequence BC GP 150 series and the BC Pellets to do vertical compaction of the gutta percha a la Dr. Schilder but using the modern bioceramic based and hydrophilic BC Sealer.…

Restorative Endodontics

January 23, 2015 4:20 pm Published by

In this animation made by BrasselerUSA, the concept of Restorative Endodontics and bonded endodontic obturation is discussed.

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CBL #12: Furcal Repair in a mandibular molar

November 12, 2014 2:57 am Published by

The furcal repair technique is often assocaited with a poor outcome. In this case, an interesting lower molar case is repaired using bioceramics in a microscopic technique that is discussed here by Dr...

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CBL #10: The use of ESX In molars or Advanced Cases

October 17, 2014 7:50 pm Published by

The ESX File is unique in the way that it has different algorithms of use for different kinds of canals. This allows minimum use of files depending on the case at hand and what makes ESX a modular instrumentation technique. 

This is why 2 ESX files can be used as a minimum to complete a Basic Canal and 4-5 ESX files is needed to complete an Advanced canal. 

This differentiation helps practitioners use the minimum number of files in a given case and yet provide responsible, safe instrumentation for their patients. 

In this tutorial Dr. Nasseh demonstrates the use of ESX files and the Advanced protocol  in a mandibular second molar. 

Please see PDF attachment below.