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BioRoot Flow


  •    23 Clinical Evaluators
  •  229 Total Uses
  • 93% Clinical Rating

Consultants’ Comments

  • “The ease of placement, viscosity and radiopacity were unparalleled!”
  • “A couple cases where the long-term periapical abscess showed a blurred apex, BioRoot Flow worked like magic to show radiographic seal.”
  • “I like that it is non-reactive to tissues and has biocompatibility.”
  • “The viscosity makes it easy to use with the flexible tip.”
  • “Injecting sealer to get expression into lateral and accessory canals is great.”
  • “No messy cement mixing needed which increases efficiency during the root canal procedure.”
  • “This is the easiest RCT sealer.”
  • “I would like an additional tip that is pre-bent at approximately 45º.”


BioRoot Flow is an endodontic sealer designed for use with any endodontic technique

  • Compatible with the warm and cold techniques
  • Ready-to-use syringe with easy extrusion
  • Can be used directly intra-canal with 20-gauge bendable tip
  • High radiopacity at 5 mm Al making it easily visible on radiographs
  • High pH to limit bacterial growth
  • Penetrates radicular canals by seeking residual water
  • Biocompatible high purity calcium silicate
  • Bioactive by releasing calcium to form hydroxyapatite

Clinical Tips

  • “In addition to using the flexible tip, I also used a paper point and master cone gutta percha to get the sealer all the way into the canal.”
  • “I measure the tip and put a slight bend in the tip at working length, so I have an idea where the tip is in relation to the apex.”
  • “A little goes a long way – use the measurements on the side of the syringe to help guide how much is used.”


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Unique Attributes

  • Less force required on plunger to extrude into canals than other brands.
  • Flexible 20-gauge diameter tip for intra-canal placement.


  • Permanent root canal filling in combination with gutta-percha points in case of inflamed or necrotic pulp or following a retreatment procedure.