EIGHTEETH MEDICAL ULTRA X-ULTRASONIC ACTIVATOR works at 45kHz ultrasonic frequencies which utilize the principle of acoustic microstreaming, agitation and cavitation to reach difficult to instrument areas of the complex root canal system.
It can be applied endodontically to - Disrupt the smear layer and biofilm and open up the plugged dentinal tubules.
Close-ended, rounded tip of the needles guarantees safety of use and reduces the risk of accidental tissue damage
Accurately selected size and location of side hole: – Eliminates the possibility of extrusion of the irrigant beyond the apical foramina of tooth – Forces turbulent flow of the liquid in the canal which ensures perfect irrigation – Spreads the flow of the liquid which wets relatively big surface
Flexibility and repeated bending resistant, thanks to which: – The needles can be adapted to curved root canals – Enables irrigating gingival pockets located in hard to reach spaces in patient’s oral cavity
EndoVac is a true apical negative pressure irrigation system. Instead of applying positive pressure, EndoVac uses suction to PULL irrigant down the root canal, and then up and away into the Hi-Vac suction unit. We call this “negative apical pressure,” because EndoVac applies suction rather than forceful injection to consistently deliver a perfect, bullet-proof performance .