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DiaDent Dia-X Files - Heat Treated Ni-Ti Rotary File System

DiaDent
Pack of 4 Files
Rs. 1,265 Rs. 1,400
Nickel Titanium Rotary Files With Gold Heat Treatment

Key features
1. Greater flexibility than other nickel titanium files
2. Offer smoother and safe progression
3. Increased fracture resistance143% after gold heat treatment.
4. Convex triangular x-section reduces rotational fiction and contact with canal wall
5. Heat treated premium nickel titanium construction offers extreme flexibility
6. Perfect shape-matching gutta percha and paper points: Dia-ProT
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Heat Treated Ni-Ti Rotary File System

Enhanced Safety

  • Convex triangular x-section reduces rotational friction and contact with canal wall
  • Progressive decreasing % taper design enhances flexibility and safety
  • Navigate calcified or severely curved canals with confidence and control
  • Fracture resistance is 143% greater than Dia-PTTM Files
  • High corrosion resistance with coated surface

Greater accessibility

  • Heat treated premium nickel titanium construction offers extreme flexibility
  • 11 mm length handle offers improved accessibility to teeth
  • Flat non-cutting file tip efficiently removes debris and soft tissue

Highly Integrable

  • Designed to work interchangeably with your current technique and system
  • Predictable results every time
  • Perfect shape-matching gutta percha and paper points: Dia-ProT
  • Recommended speed : 250 – 350 rpm
  • Recommended torque : 2 ~ 3 NCM
To mechanically shape and prepare the root canals during endodontic therapy.
To remove the root canal obturating material while performing retreatment.
To remove infected pulp.
Recommended speed : 250 – 350 rpm
Recommended torque : 2 ~ 3 NCM
1. Coronal shaping - Before the endo procedure, disinfect inside of the canals using EDTA.
2. Use DX File to shape the coronal section and enlarge the opening of the canal.
3. Canal scouting - Determine the working length with an X-ray and scout the canal space using K-Files #8 and #10.
4. Glide path - Follow the glide path using K-File #15 and enlarge the opening of the canal.
5. Coronal middle - D1 expands the glide path and enlarges to widen the coronal section. Irrigate with NaOCI before engaging the file. Shape the middle part of the coronal section using D1 File.
6. Middle apical - Continue shaping the middle and apical portions with D1 file using gentle force to brush laterally. Cut the dentin on the outstroke to improve straight-line access and apical progression.
7. Full working length - After providing adequate irrigation, continue shaping the rest of the section (up to the apex) using D1 File.
8. Canal shaping - D2 enlarges to the apical 2/3. Shape the canal section with a gentle brushing action using D2 File.
9. Confirm working length frequently, especially when shaping severely curved canals.
10. Canal shaping -Shape down to the apex using D3 File with an in-and-out pecking motion. Finish shaping when it matches the size of K-File #20.
Final shaping -If the apex is larger than hand file #20, continue shaping with D4 (if #20 hand file is loose at length) and/or D5 (if #25 hand file is loose at length).

Storage
Store at cool and dry place.

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