Kerr Endodontics launches Endovac Pure irrigation system

Endovac Pure, a new irrigation system from Kerr Endodontics, is the first system of its kind to leverage the apical negative pressure technique.

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Endovac Pure, a new irrigation system from Kerr Endodontics, is the first system of its kind to leverage the apical negative pressure technique.

Kerr Endodontics, a manufacturer of endodontic equipment and consumables, has announced the launch of Endovac Pure, an irrigation system that combines a portable base unit with a sterile-packed cartridge and an ergonomically designed handheld controller for ease of use. It is the only system of its kind to leverage the apical negative pressure technique, a method supported by more than 200 independent studies.

With a single handheld controller, dentists can achieve complete three-dimensional and apical cleaning of a root canal. Endovac Pure removes debris and bacteria from the apical third and provides a continuous flow of irrigants to the canal while minimizing the risk of extrusion past the apex. Endovac Pure’s Apex cartridge is sterile packed and fully integrates the MacroPure and MicroPure cannulas for greater ease of use.

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“Endovac Pure is a great example of how we approach innovation at Kerr—with a focus on efficiency, results, and cutting-edge clinical technique,” said Phil Prentice, vice president of North America for KaVo Kerr. “We believe that general practitioners and specialists deserve a partner [that] is committed to their success at every level.”

For more information on Endovac Pure or other Kerr Endodontics products, go to KerrDental.com or call (800) 537-7123.

Source: Kerr Endodontics press release, 6 February 2017


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