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ET, SO4 and P tips

  1. Retreatment

The ET tip are used to remove dental pulp concretions and prepare for loosening root canal retention pins.

Ref: F88013
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ET20D tip: "Retreatment". 

  • Used in the coronal third, it is a diamond-coated version of the ET20 with enhanced cutting and abrasive power laterally.
  • Particularly useful for removing very hard materials when "brushing" the parietal walls.
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Ref: F88012
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ET40 tip: "Retreatment".

  • Quickly removes obstructions and broken instruments in the middle and apical thirds of large and straight canals. 
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Ref: F88014
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ET40D tip: "Retreatment". 

  • Diamond-coated version of the ET40 for the retreatment of extremely hard materials.
  • The most powerful of the retreatment tips.
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  1. Lateral condensation

The SO4 tip is used for the lateral condensation of gutta percha.

Ref: F88009
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SO4 tip: "Fine condensation tip". 

  • Lateral condensation due to the thermal effect (no spray), when activated without spray.
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  1. Diamond coated retro micro-tips

The "P" series of micro-tips were developed with the support of French and Italian Endodontists.

It contains three micro-tips for preparing cavities and isthmuses. 

All of these tips are used at medium power with controlled pressure (the lightest possible) to avoid unnecessary tissue removal and micro-fractures of periapical walls.

The working sector has been lengthened, for improved in-depth cleaning (Max. working length = 5mm).

Ref: F00106
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P14D tip: "Universal". 

  • Recommended for preparing canals of anterior teeth.
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Ref: F00107
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P15LD tip: "Left-angled". 

  • Recommended for preparing canals of premolars and molars.
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Ref: F00108
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P15RD tip: "Right-angled". 

  • Same use as the P15LD tip for preparing canals of premolars and molars.
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