Ultra-Blend™ plus


Ultra-Blend plus liner is a light-activated, radiopaque material with calcium hydroxide in a urethane dimethacrylate base. It’s perfect for pulp capping and will not dissolve over time. Ultra-Blend plus liner is highly filled for minimal shrinkage.

  • Bioactive1 liner and pulp-capping material
  • Superior calcium release2
  • Light curable
  • Controlled, precise syringe delivery
  • No mixing necessary
  • Will not dissolve over time
  • Radiopaque
  • Highly filled
  • Certified gluten free

Technical Details

Gluten Free

​This Ultradent product is certified gluten free, so it fits in with the lifestyles of patients from any background.

Sold Directly to Licensed Dental Professionals Only

​Ultradent is committed to supporting the dental community. It’s important for dentists to ensure their patients understand the Ultra-Blend plus procedure, have realistic expectations of the outcome, and have an enjoyable experience so they are pleased with the final result.

Unmatched Quality

​The name Ultradent is synonymous with quality. All of our research and development is done in-house. So is our manufacturing and quality control. This allows us to guide and oversee the entire process—from the time an Ultradent innovation is conceived to the time it’s created and packaged for shipping. We have met the strictest standards, and our facility is ISO 13485 certified for medical devices. All of this ensures every product performs exactly as it’s supposed to for you and for your patients.

Made in the USA

​Ultra-Blend plus material, tips, and syringes are manufactured at Ultradent’s facility in Utah. By purchasing products manufactured in the USA, you’re supporting our nation’s economy, and you’re helping to provide jobs for hundreds of Americans who take pride in what they do. Buying from a USA company like Ultradent also means you’ll get fresh formulations direct from our facility—not a product that may have been held up or delayed by a third-party.


Pulp Capping Procedure

See Instructions for Use for complete instructions, warnings, and precautions.

Step 1

Use Ultra-Blend plus liner near pulp (pink) and for small nonhyperemic exposure. If larger exposure and/or hyperemic pulp, initiate endodontic therapy.

Step 2

Apply Consepsis antibacterial solution with plastic Blue Mini Dento-Infusor tip for 60 seconds with gentle scrubbing action. Gently air dry (don't rinse).

Step 3

With Black Micro tip, apply Ultra-Blend plus liner to dry dentin at exposure border (or over thin pink dentin); cover exposure and light cure. Minimize dentin coverage to maximize available dentin for bonding.

Step 4

Etch and bond using Peak Universal Bond adhesive bonding instructions and restore with composite.


​“Ultra-Blend, used with Black Micro tips, is the most efficient method for protecting pulp.”

Dr. Sheldon Boruchow – Audubon, PA

“Ultra-Blend has been working well and is easy to use compared to other products.”​

Dr. Suzette Nikas – Carmel, IN

​“We have been using Ultra-Blend on a daily basis. I use it primarily in deeper cavities as a liner and insulator. The syringe makes it easy to dispense the material, and it hardens quickly with the curing light. It is reliable and has adequate adhesion. I think all of Ultradent’s products are excellent.”

Dr. Terry Braun – Ocala, FL

​“Ultra-Blend application is easy!”

Dr. Mimi V. Johnson – Bellwood, IL

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does Ultra-Blend plus liner release calcium?

    Yes, internal testing shows that Ultra-Blend plus liner does release consistent, sustained amount of calcium over the time.1

  • What type of formula is Ultra-Blend plus liner?

    It is calcium hydroxide and calcium hydroxyapatite in a urethane dimethacrylate (UDMA) base.

  • Does Ultra-Blend plus liner require a bonding agent for pulp capping?

    No, it does not require a bonding agent for pulp capping. When used as a cavity liner or base, it does require the use of additional bonding steps. Full details are listed in the product instructions.

  1. Pameijer CH, Stanley HR. The disastrous effects of the" total etch" technique in vital pulp capping in primates. American Journal of Dentistry. 1998;11:45–54.
  2. Data on file.