Better grip on the file, No guess work locating small canals, effortless filing to create open patent canal, creates a smooth glide path for safe rotary filing.
No, there is no rotation of the file. There is also no breakage of the file. The stresses on the shank of the file in a linear filing motion do not exceed the limit to where breakage or separation will occur. Safe linear filing sculptures the walls and prepares a perfect path from orifice to apex.
Linear Filing is simply the file motion against the canal wall in a straight-line action. It has been described in terms like "Push-Pull", "Up-Down" or "Circumferential Filing" motion. Linear Filing is drawing the file out of the canal with the cutting flutes of the file directed against the canal wall. No rotation, just safe straight-line file motion sculpting the outside canal walls. The leverage of the EndoHandle is at least 5 times more effective than two-finger filing.
"Up/down" filing in a Linear fashion, gently teasing the file down the canal with a "pecking motion" is great for those tight calcified canals. A "C" file, known for its stiffness, used in the EndoHandle works even better. Once accessed the leverage of the EndoHandle makes your file cut more efficiently, Creating a quick, clean glide path. Go to our "How to Video Library" and check out "C-Files and the EndoHandle"
Yes, the most popular size for exploring small canals is the #10K-Type MicroFile. It not only finds the canal orifice but is small enough to negotiate the canal and begin preparation. More MB2's are found with these small sharp instruments than the larger tips of the ordinary endodontic explorer.
Perhaps 5 times more efficient. #1 reason is the increased leverage of the file against the canal wall with EndoHandle filing. #2 reason is less hand fatigue with the EndoHandle. Inadequate filing can produce a less than desirable glide path for enlarging instrumentation. #3 reason is the filing is a continuous process, it does not stop for finger adjustments every 6-8 seconds. #4 reason is lubricate on the handle does not stop the filing process like it does with two-finger filing.
Yes, it can be autoclaved. The EndoHandle System is recommended to autoclave only 1-2 times, because it will best preform when it is sharp and accurate making one time use your best option. This will also simplify your clean up as well as set up. The Universal EndoHandle is made of anodized aluminum making this a lifetime autoclavable product.
The EndoHandle system comes with three EndoHandles. A K-Type #10, finds, negotiates, smooths, opens orifice, and produces a patent canal. A Hedstrom #15, increases the orifice opening, removes cervical restrictive triangular dentin, pre-flares coronal canal. And a Hedstrom #25, removes pulp tissue, agitates irrigation solution, disinfects canal, blends and tapers the canal.
The EndoHandle System can be used more than once but for a more sharp and accurate tool it is best for one time use. This also simplifies clean up and set up and guarantees your best instruments are always ready to go. The Universal EndoHandle is a lifetime product it is made of Anodized Aluminum, autoclavable, and you replace the files instead of the entire EndoHandle.
Auto Renewal reduces overhead, saving you time and money by automatically delivering your EndoHandles every 30 days. You can cancel or skip your shipments as needed. You will also receive a 20% discount on each shipment.
This system is commonly used by Endodontists when treating more difficult cases, such as Retreatments and very calcified canals, where additional files are needed. The Universal EndoHandle is made of anodized aluminum and is autoclavable. The files are not permanently attached and require the user to undo a locking chamber and change the file as needed. It does not include the simplicity of the original EndoHandle.
Simply place a disposable, pre-bent endodontic file (MicroFile) in the unique locking chamber. A quick twist of the long handle firmly secures the file to the EndoHandle.
Yes, most all Endodontic hand files will fit in the Universal EndoHandle. The Universal EndoHandles are all the same size they are just color-coded so you can match the file size to the color of handle if you choose. This can allow you to know which size of file you have by the color of handle.
Our files come “pre-bent”. This gives you an accurate contra-angle while still keeping your working length.