Instructions for Use (IFU)
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
EndoREZ canal sealer minimizes the amount of chair time required for obturation. This thixotropic material has an affinity for the moisture found deep in dentinal tubules and lateral canals1 and provides the most complete seal available. Since methacrylate-based EndoREZ canal sealer relies on chemistry rather than heat or pressure to fill the canal, the risk of additional root trauma/fracture is greatly reduced. Additionally, studies show that EndoREZ canal sealer is versatile enough to be used as the sealer with any obturation method, e.g., master cone, lateral condensation, or warm gutta percha. Create a “monobloc” by using EndoREZ resin-coated gutta percha points.
- The world’s first hydrophilic and self-priming resin sealer
- More effective obturation in less time
- Provides a complete, thorough seal2
- Has the same radiopacity as gutta percha
- Bonds to resin-based core/composite materials
- Retreatable when combined with gutta percha3
- Provides syringe delivery to the apical third
- 20–30 minute regular set; 5–12 minute set when used with EndoREZ™ Accelerator
Note: The following lubricants contain peroxides that are not compatible with EndoREZ canal sealer: EndoGel,* EndoSequence,* Glyde,* ProLube,* RC-Prep,* and SlickGel ES.*
* Trademark of a company other than Ultradent.
- Zmener O, Pameijer CH, Serrano SA, Vidueira M, Macchi RL. Significance of moist root canal dentin with the use of methacrylate-based endodontic sealers: an in vitro coronal dye leakage study. J Endod. 2008; 34(1):76-9.
- Zmener O, Pameijer CH. Clinical and radiographic evaluation of a resin-based root canal sealer: an eight-year update. J Endod. 2010; 36(8):1311-4.
- Zmener O, Banegas G, Pameijer C. Efficacy of an automated instrumentation technique in removing resin-based, zinc oxide and eugenol endodontic sealers when retreating root canal: an in vitro study. Endod Pract. 2005; 8:29-33.