ROCK HILL, South Carolina--KOMET USA's two new endodontic reamers are now available to the U.S. dental market offering dentists different tools to use during this procedure.
During the opening of the coronal access area in cavity preparation, the dentist can now achieve straight line access to the root canal for fast and effective lateral shaping of the canal entrance with two reamers, one diamond-coated and one made of tungsten carbide.
The diamond-coated instrument (15802.314.014) penetrates the dental enamel, and its ball-shaped tip is completely coated with coarse diamonds. Thanks to this coating, the instrument can quickly penetrate hard dental enamel and allows the practitioner to advance to the pulp cavity.
The tungsten carbide bur (H269QGK.314.016) is specially designed for enlarging the pulp cavity. The safe end working part prevents excessive preparation. This instrument is an advanced version of KOMET USA's H269GK bur and features not only a non-cutting tip, but additional staggered toothing.
This toothing allows quick and effective substance removal. The lateral surface with staggered toothing works smoothly and effectively on enamel with very little vibration.
For more information about KOMET USA or these two endodontic reamers, call (888) KOMET-USA or visit KOMET USA.
To read more about KOMET USA, go to KOMET USA.
To comment on this topic, go to PennWell Dental Community site.