Twisted files and adaptive motion technology
Fig. 1a: The complexity of root canal anatomy is demonstrated by these cleared samples of maxillary molars.
Fig. 1b: The complexity of root canal anatomy is demonstrated by these cleared samples of maxillary molars.
Fig. 2: Colour-Coded File Identification. An intuitive, colour-coded system designed for efficiency and ease of use. Just like a traffic light – start with green and stop with red.
Fig. 3: ElementsTM Motor. Settings for TFTM Adaptive, TFTM, K3, Lightspeed, M4 Safety Handpiece and custom settings for personal preference.
Fig. 4: The motion of TFTM Adaptive instrument changes from rotary into reciprocation mode, with specifically designed CW and CCW angles which may vary from 600–0° to 370–50°.
Fig. 5: File size reference chart.
Fig. 6: Deep shaping. The clinical use of a second instrument (06/35) after the 08/25 increases the preparation in the apical one third, improving the quality of canal shaping and allowing room for enhanced irrigation.
Fig. 7: M4 Safety Handpiece.
Fig. 9: EndoVac Apical Negative Pressure Irrigation System.
Fig. 8: TFTM Adaptive Technique Card. Size and Sequence Determination.
Fig. 10: CBCT (Cone Beam Computerised Tomography) three dimensional visualisation of TFA preparation (SM sequence) in a complex molar, showing proper shape, tapered preparation and excellent maintenance of canal trajectories.
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