sealer cement

sealer cement

a compound used in filling a pulp canal. It is applied as a plastic that fills depressions in the surface of the canal, solidifies after insertion, and helps close the apex of the root canal.
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Effect of obturation technique on sealer cement thickness and dentinal tubule penetration.
Camilleri, "Evaluation of selected properties of mineral trioxide aggregate sealer cement," Journal of Endodontics, vol.
Leakage evaluation in vitro of the root canal sealer cements seal apex.
It involves thorough cleaning and shaping followed by filling of the entire root canal with one of several sealer cements.