Through a constant process of innovation and improvements, FKG has been working to ensure it can offer practitioners instruments capable of meeting all these requirements.
With the creation of the exclusive MaxWire® alloy, FKG is bringing two fundamental properties to the forefront: superelasticity and shape memory, with the aim of creating a completely new generation of instruments.
Unlike other instruments, these are able to react to variations in temperature and to take on a predetermined shape inside the root canal, at body temperature. Their specific preset shape and their extreme flexibility enables these instruments to contract and expand within the canal itself, and to reach areas which conventional instruments simply cannot access. Furthermore, their small ISO diameter and their narrow taper give them extreme resistance to cyclic fatigue.
These factors enable this new technology to provide treatment for extremely complex root canal morphology, simply and efficiently, whilst being able to preserve the canal structure to a remarkable extent.
The XP-endo Shaper is the latest addition to the XP-endo® range. It is a truly innovative broad spectrum shaping instrument which can be used to radically simplify endodontic sequences. It results from the combination of two cutting-edge technologies:
+ Six cutting edges for optimal guidance.
+ Starts shaping at minimum ISO diameter 15 to achieve a final diameter of ISO 30 with only one instrument.
+ Superelasticity, extreme flexibility and agility of the instrument.
+ Shape memory principles enabling the instrument to take on a predefined shape at 35°C.
+ Ability to expand within the root canal.
One File Shaper.
The MaxWire® and Booster Tip technologies combine to make the XP-endo Shaper a “One File Shaper”.
It has the ability to start shaping at ISO diameter 15 and to achieve ISO diameter 30, but also to increase the taper from .01 to at least .04. It allows to reach a final canal preparation of minimum 30/.04 and this with only one instrument.
The XP-endo Shaper is the instrument of choice for the treatment of the vast majority of canals.
Its “snake” shape, superelasticity and extreme flexibility combined with continuous rotation at high speed (800 rpm) and minimal torque ensure:
1. Prior to using the XP-endo® Shaper, establish glide path to at least 15/.02. In calcified/constricted canals or complex curvatures, a glide path to 10/.04 is recommended.
2. Insert the tip of the XP-endo® Shaper into the canal (Fig. A), retract slightly and engage the handpiece in rotation mode. The canal and the pulp chamber should always contain irrigant.
3. Use gentle strokes to progress down to working length (WL) (Fig. B); disengage after each stroke. If WL is not reached in 3 to 5 strokes, stop, irrigate, recapitulate and proceed again with XP-endo® Shaper. Never force the instrument and always keep it spinning and moving while in the canal.
4. Once WL is reached, irrigate and work the instrument in long in and out gentle movements to WL for another 10 strokes (Fig. C). The final apical dimension is now at least 30/.04.
5. Irrigate the canal in order to eliminate suspended debris.
6. Confirm the final apical dimension with a 30/.04 gutta percha point.
7. If a larger preparation is required, use an appropriate Race instrument to obtain the desired final preparation.
8. Apply your regular irrigation protocol. Final cleaning with XP-endo® Finisher is recommended.
9. Obturate with gutta percha and sealer. TotalFill® BC PointsTM and TotalFill® BC SealerTM are recommended.
+ 21mm: S1.XB0.00.SAC.FK
+ 21 mm : S1.XB0.00.0AF.FK
+ 25 mm : S1.XB0.00.0AG.FK
+ 31 mm : S1.XB0.00.0AH.FK
Blister packs of 3 instruments
+ 21 mm : S1.XB0.00.0AJ.FK
+ 25 mm : S1.XB0.00.0AK.FK
+ 31 mm : S1.XB0.00.0AL.FK
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