Endostar E3 Basic
Easy. Efficient. Ergnomic. Novel rotary files, designed to be used with all the endodontic handpieces.
Complete solution for each type of root canal. Just 3 selected files, with sizes and tapers most commonly used for root canal preparation. The low number of files ensures easy working sequence as well as high efficiency of preparation of most root canal types. Endostar E3 system can easily adapt even to the most curved canals, thus minimizing the risk of perforation. The modified NiTi S file shape with two cutting edges and 90° cutting angle ensures efficient dentin shaping, good dentin removal from the canal and accelerated preparation of the apical section of the canal. The non-cutting file tip ensures safe canal instrumentation, minimizing the risk of via falsa, perforation and ledging. Only 3 files. It is the optimal files number, that greatly shortens procedure duration. Legible taper (marked as number of stripes on the handle) and the size of the ISO (color stripes) significantly improve the work. For the convenience Endostar E3 Rotary System is packed in blisters.
- High resistance and flexibility
- 2 cutting edges set at an angle of 90 degrees
- Efficient cutting and transporting the dentine
- Non cutting tip
- Ergonomic handle with color code of ISO size
The Endostar E3 Basic Rotary System should be used with normal width, straight or slightly curved canals.
Rinse the canal each time after the file is used. Clean the files of any debris repeatedly
- Prepare the cavity. Use a rubber dam.
- Locate all canal orifices. Lubricate the canals.
- Specify the working length of the canal using your method of choice.
- Continue to shape the root canal with hand files up to size 20. This way, you will create a glide path for rotary instruments instruments. This will also reduce the risk of breaking the rotary file.
- Shape the canal orifice with the Endostar E3 Basic File No. 1 (08/30) until you reach a maximum of 1/2 of the total canal depth. Do not use this file when the canal is highly curved (in such cases use the Endostar E3 Small Apical Rotary System).
- Begin to work with file No. 2 (06/25). Perform up-and-down movements. Shape the canal up to 2/3 of the working length. Inspect the working length with the size 15 hand file and apex locator. Next, insert file No. 2 at full working length.
- Use file No. 3 (04/30) to widen the apical portion of the canal until full working length is reached. Confirm that full working length was reached with hand file size 15 and apex locator. Next, finish work with a nickel-titanium hand file size 30. Check if the file can be inserted at full working length without obstructions, and if wedging can be felt. If a wider preparation of the apex is needed, continue to work with larger hand instruments size 35, 40 etc. or consider using the Endostar E3 Big Apical Rotary System.
Files should be used with motor speed between 150 and 300 rpm.
The torque settings indicated in the table above table are for example only and may vary according to each user preferences and motor capabilities. Do not exceed the upper torque limit which is different for each instrument. If precise torque settings cannot be set, and only manufacturer-specific torque levels are available, be sure to select one that does not exceed the recommended limit.
Recommended number of use:
Maximum of 5-10 times, depending on the size (see Table), provided that visual inspection performed by the practitioner prior to use shows that the instrument remains undamaged, is not bent, deformed, does not show signs of blade wear and can be securely attached to the handpiece. If the file has been subjected to high torsion force, especially in highly curved canals the instrument should be used only once.