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In this video on the Dentistry Today homepage, learn about TF Adaptive, an advanced endodontic rotary system from Axis|SybronEndo. Viewers will get tips on how to safely, accurately, and efficiently clean and shape root canals. The adaptive motion technology puts the clinician in control as it changes the motion of the file based on the applied load.
Adaptive Motion Technology is based on a patented, smart algorithm designed to work with the TF Adaptive file system. This technology allows the TF Adaptive file to adjust to intra-canal torsional forces depending on the amount of pressure placed on the file. This means the file is in either a rotary or reciprocation motion depending on the situation. The result is exceptional debris removal with our classic rotary Twisted File design and less chance of file pull-in with our Adaptive Motion Technology. Now that’s rotary when you want it and reciprocation when you need it..
Monday, 25 November 2013 08:46
With the addition of RaspberryMint flavor to Mint and VanillaMint, the Enamel Pro Prophy Paste line now offers dentistry’s most comprehensive selection of mint flavors. Additional flavors include Strawberry, Cinnamon, Bubblegum, and Grape. Data shows that Enamel Pro, with its remineralizing amorphous calcium phosphate technology, provides greater luster for whiter teeth. For more information, call (888) 670-6100.
Monday, 25 November 2013 08:42
Featuring a slim design that improves visibility in the oral cavity, Hornet Tips are German-engineered, precision-molded plastic tips that flex and bend to follow a canal’s contour. Made with a luer lock to ensure a tight connection, they’re available in 3 configurations—straight, curved, and 75° bend. For more information or to request samples, call (855) 210-2556.
Monday, 25 November 2013 09:17
Demi Ultra is the first and only cordless curing light without a battery. By utilizing state-of-the-art ultracapacitors to store energy, it can be re-energized much more quickly—without the need to ever replace a battery. Ultracapacitors, long proven in the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries, are now compact enough for use in dentistry. For more information, call (877) 685-1484 or visit kerrdental.com/demiultra.
Monday, 25 November 2013 09:15
The new NuSimplicity patient chair features an ergonomic design that allows dental professionals to freely maneuver while keeping patients calm and relaxed. Its narrow tapered back allows patients to be reclined close to the operator’s knees, eliminating problematic reaching and twisting while providing optimal oral cavity access. For more information, call (866) DTE-INFO or visit dentalez.com.