Fils are made by different manufacturers and come in many sizes
They usually connect to a a drill, which rotates them and provides torque and axial force.
Dental assistants or nurses organise, sterilise and present the selection of fils specific to the procedure for each patient. The less physical handling by the dental team the better for safety and efficiency- making for a lean process in time management.
Non sterile instruments can be set up for the chosen procedure. eg 15 20 25 30 hand files and engine files in sets of 21mm 25 mm 30 mm on different bases.
The set can then be autoclaved, ready for use as required, giving a sterile set ready for use with access files in one end of foam.
Assistant can then measure all the files to the apex working length.
This allows the dentist to concetrate on the proceedure with trust that the files cannot be overextended.
Nor does the dentist have to change focus from microscope or loupes
The assistent can then predicatbly set the working length on all files with confidence that they are not overextended.
Supplied in packs of 25 foams, instruments can be placed in one end when used.
Those un-used can be left in situ . Used instruments in the foam can be discarded with the foam, reducing handling and sharps injury potential.
A new foam can then be placed and replacement files placed as required.
The reassembled EndoButler can be processed through the sterilisation cycle ready for the next use.
The EndoButler works well with sets of post preparation dills, or sets of access preparation drills.
These usually come in a set of 5 diferent sizes, supplied in plastic containers.
The EndoButler allow presterilisation of the set and easy and ordered access.
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