For creating straight line access cavity
For removing old post and pins
For canal exploration
1.Initial access and de-roofing in molars should be performed with the Great White® #2 bur or Great White®Z Diamonds
1. EndoGuide® Burs are task specific; each bur is designed for a particular area of use during endodontic access and canal exploration.
2. While EndoGuide® Burs are diminutive in size, they are very efficient cutters in both the vertical and lateral directions. To maximize cutting efficiency and avoid bur breakage, it is recommended that the clinician applies only enough pressure to guide the bur while allowing the instrument to progress through
the substrate. When used for troughing procedures, a light sweeping motion is suggested.
3. Excessive force to the instrument, especially in a lateral direction, can lead to bur damage.
4.Initial Access Through Restorations/Tooth Surfaces
1. Identify the material makeup of any existing restorations that must be removed or penetrated to gain access.
2. Once identified, select the appropriate instrument for the task. (Available in differant sizes and shape)
5.EndoGuide® Burs are ideal for use when performing micro-endodontics using magnification-enhanced vision via a dental operating microscope or loops.
For bestproduct performance, always match the EndoGuide® Bur to the task to be performed (See Table A). Slow-speed EndoGuide® Burs are those with SLRA (Surgical Length Right Angle) and XLRA (Extra-Long Right Angle) shanks for use in standard slow-speed right-angle latch handpieces at slow-speed rpm ranges appropriate for endodontic procedures.
High-speed EndoGuide® Burs are those with SLRA (Surgical Length Friction Grip) shanks for use in standard high-speed friction grip
handpieces at high-speed rpm anges appropriate for endodontic procedures.