The system is comprised of three shaping (SX, S1 and S2) and three finishing (Fl, F2 and F3) files. A maxillary second molar and a mandibular
second premolar were shaped with these files, and smooth uniformly tapered canals were created more easily than with stainless steel hand files.
During use of NiTi rotary files, it is necessary to consider their potential for breakage.In order to prevent breakage, these files have a unique design,
including multiple tapers, a convex triangular cross-section, a continuously changing pitch and helical angle, and a modified guiding tip.
Furthermore, the files are combined with an EndoTecnika motor, programmed to allow torque selection for each file, which increases safety.
Consequently, it is believed that the system is very useful in preparing root canal treatment.
– Continuous Multi-taper design, each file has its own specific work area;
– Convex triangular cross-section, providing high cutting efficiency;
– Improved design of the tip is gentle so that to avoid damage to the root canal wall;
– Design of the pluralism and spiral groove angle to minimize embedding into the root canal wall in the rotation process;
– Materials: NiTi
– For Machine use
Packaging detail: 6pcs/pack
Multiple Changing Tapers over each File’s Cutting Blades
The Progressively Tapered Advantage Continues
The strength of ProTaper Universal rotary files goes beyond their quality nickel titanium construction. These premium files feature a progressive taper design that improves both flexibility and cutting efficiency, while reducing torsional loading and file fatigue. In addition, their short handles improve access in hard-to-reach posterior teeth.
Refined Design Features and Additional Finishing Files
Enhanced features on ProTaper Universal rotary files make it the state-of-the-art in rotary file technology. Each innovative modification enables you to better instrument even challenging, calcified or highly curved canals. Additional F4 and F5 finishing files deliver more versatility and flexibility in the apical third.
Convex Triangular Cross Section
Progressively Changing Helical Angle and Pitch
Variable Tip Diameters
Modified Guiding Tip
No Radial Lands
More Efficient Cutting Angle
Eight (8) Instrument Series