Universal EndoHandle "PUTS A REAL HANDLE ON THE ENDODONTIC FILE". Now the file works just as efficient as other dental instruments; explorer or scalpel; they all have HANDLES; full hand pen-grip control.
Revitalize your Endodontic Hand File
Put a HANDLE on your File
Starter Single EndoHandle
Used especially with your #10 File for Initial Canal Management; Easy Comfortable Control; Locate the Canal Orifice, Explorer and Scout to the Apex, and Smooth an Excellent Glide Path
Includes three Universal EndoHandles: grey, purple, and silver to coordinate with your first files #8, #10, #15
Includes five Universal EndoHandles: grey, purple, silver, yellow and red to coordinate with a complete set of files #8, #10, #15, #20, #25
Find the smallest canal orifice with pin-point accuracy
Unobstructed view of the pulp chamber
Attaches to any endodontic hand instrument
Access any tooth in patients with limited opening
Ergonomic hand pen-grip for better control and leverage
Simple filing action open up the orifice and creates a smooth path to the apex
Patented, Made in the USA
How to Use the EndoHandles
The Universal EndoHandle is commonly used by Endodontists for initial canal management. This includes more difficult cases such as Re-treatments and very calcified canals where additional files are needed. It creates a Clean, Clear, Smooth, Straight Line Access and Glide Path in less time than conventional hand filing, preparing the canal for safe unstressed rotary filing. The Universal EndoHandle is made of anodized aluminum and is autoclavable. The files are not permanently attached and require the user to place a disposable MicroFile in the unique locking chamber. A quick twist of the long handle firmly secures the file to the EndoHandle. Universal EndoHandles are all the same size, they are color-coded to ISO specifications so you can match the file size to the color of handle allowing quick recognition of files sizes.
Filing with The EndoHandle
The EndoHandle uses a simple and effective Circumferential Linear Filing technique. It is a straight-line/up-down filing motion done sequentially around the periphery of the canal. The file is placed in the canal and withdrawn in a directional manner against each side of the canal wall. No rotation, just safe straight-line filing to sculpt and clean the walls of the canal. No file separations. The leverage of filing with the EndoHandle is at least five times more effective than traditional two-finger filing.