Rotary dental file EndoWave
root canal desobturationNiTi

rotary dental file
rotary dental file
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The EndoWave Hybrid Concept combines all advantages of the EndoWave files in only 3 Ni-Ti-Files. This economic file concept was developed in collaboration with international endodontic experts. The EndoWave Hybrid Concept provides an innovative solution for newcomers and experts which enables them to prepare quickly, effectively and reliably. Highly cost-efficient Anti-screwing design Unique safety tip Extremely smooth surface texture Widening of the coronal part of the root canal with the MGP kit The EndoWave hybrid concept combines the advantages of the proven “crown down” and “single length” preparation techniques. The user requires only three files with the new technique. Complex treatment sequences and unnecessary instrument changes are no longer required. Both from an economic point of view and taking strict hygiene requirements into consideration the operator can use the files as single-use products without any problem, as less material is required in comparison to other techniques. Due to the innovative NiTi alloy and its inherent material properties, the instruments can be sterilised and are therefore suitable for multiple use. The unique “continuous wave design” of the files ensures that the files do not screw into or jam in the root canal. This wave design prevents the files being automatically drawn into the root canal, so preparation is much safer. Unique safety tip EndoWave files have a rounded tip that ensures maximum safety even when preparing the apical section of the root. The safety tip smoothly follows the contour of the canal, ensuring perfect preparation. No steps are created even in narrow and severely curved canals.


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