Removing Restorative Materials
Minimally invasive and safer than a high speed turbine.
The removal of restorative material such as amalgam, composite resin, and glass ionomer can be necessary to gain access to the root canal system. Removal of restorative materials with ultrasonic instrumentation under magnification can preserve tooth structure and avoid iatrogenic errors. The recommended ultrasonic tips for this purpose are the diamond coated ball and pear shaped ones – the round end of these instruments helps to avoid perforations. Ultrasonic tips provide a higher level of control, allowing a much less invasive approach when compared to burs.
1. Pulp chamber with restorative materials blocking the access to the canals.
2. Remove remnants of amalgam, resin and ionomer with the ultrasonic insert.
3. Unblocked access to canals after the procedure.
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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