Activating the Irrigation Solution
The Irrigation Solution Needs a Push to Get in.
Ultrasonic activation is more efficient than traditional irrigation methods because it potentiates biofilm removal with the action of the irrigation fluid. It significantly eliminates more remnants of pulp and necrotic tissue from lateral canals and isthmus areas because it allows a deeper penetration of irrigants into complex anatomic regions of the root canal.
E1 – Irrisonic™
Simple to use, clinically effective and economic, the Irrisonic tip is used to activate the irrigating solution after root canal preparation. .01 taper/20 ISO tip sized, Irrisonic can be precurved and used in multiple cases. Recommended use with very low power level (10%).
10% ideal, 20% max.
Passive Ultrasonic Irrigation cleans 94% of Bacteria.
Positive Apical Pressure Irrigation
Passive Ultrasonic Irrigation
Step-by-Step Irrigation Solution Activation
1 – Root canal must be previously cleaned
2 – Flood the canal and the pulp chamber using:
a) EDTA – place Irrisonic 2mm short of the WL and activate for 15 seconds
b) NaOCl – place Irrisonic 2mm short of the WL and activate for 15 seconds
c) Repeat a)
d) Repeat b)
3 – After the four-step activation, turn on the water cooling of the ultrasonic unit in order to rinse the canal using a continuous ultrasonic flow
1. Root Canals previously cleaned.
2. Activate EDTA for 15s, NaOCL for 15s. Repeat this step.
Effect caused by the Irrisonic in the Irrigation Solution.
Irrisonic activating irrigation solution
Clean root canals after procedure with Irrisonic
“Since I Started Using HELSE ultrasonic tips my endodontic clinical practice have became much more easy and predictable; ideal instruments for micro-endodontics with an outstanding cost-benefit ratio.”
Jenner O. Argueta, DDS, MSc – President of the Guatemala Endodontics
Journal Articles & Research
– Journal of International Oral Health, 2015
– Journal of Endodontics, June 2015
– International Endodontic Journal, 2007
– Journal of Endodontics, December 2014
– International Endodontic Journal, 2013
– Brazilian Dental Journal, 2015
– Journal of Endodontics, April 2011
– Journal of Endodontics, February 2011
– International Endodontic Journal, 2014
– International Journal of Contemporary Dental and Medical Reviews, 2014
– Journal of Endodontics, September 2011
– Journal of Endodontics, October 2015
Starter Packs to get you going.
We’ve assembled three separate starter packs packaged with a procedure field guide to get you started supercharging ultrasonics in your practice.
Endo Starter Pack
The Endo Starter Pack includes 6 Ultrasonics Tips to get you started with Pulp Chamber, Middle Third and Activation procedures.
Endo Master Pack
The Endo Master Pack includes 12 Ultrasonics Tips for Pulp Chamber, Middle Third, Activation, Post Removal and Retreatment procedures.
Endo Guru Pack
The Endo Guru Pack includes 18 Ultrasonics Tips for maximum flexibility with Pulp Chamber, Middle Third, Activation,Post Removal, Apical Surgery and Retreatment procedures.
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