ZenSeal features high flowability, less waste, and high radiopacity for clinicians who use a bioceramic sealer when obturating root canals.
Kerr Dental’s new ZenSeal™ is the company's first bioceramic endodontic sealer. Released this week, ZenSeal is a calcium silicate-based sealer that features optimal flowability to adhere tightly to dentin and gutta-percha in simple and complex root canal cases, increasing the confidence of clinicians during root canal procedures.
The product features a convenient single syringe delivery system with an applicator tip designed to result in over 60% less product waste per application when compared to one of the leading bioceramic sealers on the market, according to Kerr Dental. By minimizing waste, the material is an economical choice that delivers on results.
"Dentists who perform root canal procedures need specially formulated endodontic products that they can count on for desirable outcomes," explains Kerr Dental's President, David Armstrong, in a press release. "With excellent flowability and sealability, ZenSeal gives endodontic specialists and general practitioners the ability to work with confidence."
The user-friendly ZenSeal is formulated to provide clinicians more efficient and simplified endodontic procedures. The sealer comes pre-mixed in a single syringe for simple delivery and its flowability allows for easy handling.
"ZenSeal flows very well, and it adheres well to the canal walls; the radiopacity is something that I find very beneficial," Fernando García, DDS, explains in the press release. Kerr Dental anticipates the new product will be well received by clinicians because it’s a bioceramic sealer that not only assists with thorough obturation but also offers great value to clinicians. On average, ZenSeal can be used on 9 more teeth compared to one of the leading sealers on the market, according to the manufacturer.
Yona Zhao, senior global product manager at Kerr Dental, concludes in the press release, "ZenSeal is the ideal bioceramic sealer that delivers on all counts: easy handling, excellent flowability, and less waste for greater economy. It truly is the sealer that meets the demands of modern endodontic treatment and simplifies root canal procedures."