Convex Triangular Cross Section with 3 Cutting Edges reduce rotation friction between blade and dentine to improve cutting action. The decrease in torsional load helps to improve safety.
Progressive pitch make more space for the debris which in turn push them upwards.
The higher the pitch or fewer turns the instrument has, the more flexible it will be, but
in turn, the helical angle will decrease, and the file will have less cutting capacity,
so it will need more rotations to be effective.
Post machining gold heat treatment produces a better arrangement of the crystal structure which strengthen the files.
The non-cutting tip design helps eliminate procedural error such as ledge formation transportation and perforations particularly in curved canals.One of the benefits of a progressively tapered shaping file is that each instrument engages a smaller zone of dentin, which reduces torsional loads, file fatigue and the potential for breakage
Cyclic fatigue occurs when the instrument does not bind in the canal but rotates freely in a curvature whilst being subjected to repeated cycles of tension and compression, which disintegrates its structure and consequently leads to fracture.
Our Advanced design makes the file 200% more flexible. This allows superior resistance to cyclic fatigue which is the most common cause of file separation.