Prepare your access cavity with a straight-line accessto the root canal orifice(s).

1. Estimate the working length from a pre-operative radiograph.
2. Place irrigant in the access cavity.
3. Introduce the instrument into the access cavity. Press the motor foot pedal when orifice is reached.

4. Prepare the coronal third of the canal by moving the instrument in a slow in-and-out pecking motion. The amplitude of the in-and-out movements should not exceed 3 mm.

Only very light pressure should be applied. The instrument will advance easily in the canal.
One in-and-out movement = 1 peck. Remove the instrument from the canal after 3 pecks.

5. Clean and inspect the instrument’s cutting flutes. If deformation is noted, discard and use a new instrument.
6. Irrigate the canal.
7. Make sure the canal is free to 3mm beyond the pre-pared canal section with an ISO size 10 C-PILOT® file.

With the same technique, continue root canal preparation until approx. 2/3 of the estimated working length has been reached.

8. Determine working length with an ISO size 10 C-PILOT®file and validate via radiograph and electronic apex locator.
9. If the instrument goes to working length without being pre-bent, preparation can be finished with R25.

11. Dry and fill the canal witha proper technique using a matching Gutta-Percha point or GuttaFusion® obturator for cold or warm obturation.

New heat treatment to increase flexibility without compromising cutting efficiency*
The NiTi heat treatment strengthens cyclic fatigue resistance of the file and lowers the risk of file breakage.
Adapted S cross section for higher cutting efficiency*
It ensures effective debris removal and provides control of the instrument for a swift, thorough and safe preparation.
VDW. ROTATETM offers a range of files to effectively master canal anatomies from simple to complex. Start with an intuitive 3-file basic sequence, then get inspired by the wide range of files. Choose the ones to compose your own sequence and pursue your own therapeutic approach.

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