CJM Engineering

Munce Discovery Burs feature round carbide heads on 31- (Shallow Trougher) and 34-mm (Deep Trougher) nonflexible shafts that facilitate positive troughing control for locating separated instruments and uncovering hidden canals. These longer-than-standard length burs draw the handpiece head away from tooth structure, creating the favorable geometry that opens a functional view corridor to the deep target area. In contrast to standard-shaft diameters of 2.4 mm, the narrow shafts of Munce Discovery Burs—0.7 mm on the 3 smallest head sizes and 1.0 mm on all other head sizes—prevent shaft impingement on deep access cavity walls, significantly reducing ledging and perforation risk while preserving shaft stiffness. In addition, the 0.7-mm shaft on the smallest head sizes allows parallel cement-line dissection around posts and post core-out procedures while offering visibility of the tiny heads in deep operations. For more information, call (888) 256-0999 or visit the Web site cjmengineering.com.



Constructed with revolutionary Controlled Memory NiTi technology, TYPHOON Infinite Flex Ni-Ti files exhibit virtually no memory. Unlike traditional Ni-Ti files that try to straighten within the canal, these files adapt perfectly to the canal path for precise and conservative removal of tooth structure. Because the lateral forces are balanced throughout the length of the canal, the clinical problems of ledging or removing excess tooth structure are eliminated. A recent university-based study found TYPHOON files to be at least 600% more resistant to fatigue stress when compared to traditional Ni-Ti files, and they have up to 3 times the torsional strength, so the risk of separation when using one of these files is dramatically reduced. With TY­PHOON, you’ll experience cutting that is far superior to what you are used to, and you’ll gain significantly more confidence, especially in curved canals. For more information, call (800) 265-3444 or visit the Web site clinicianschoice.com.



HyFlex CM (controlled memory) rotary files are changing the DNA of Ni-Ti files. The files are manufactured utilizing a unique process that controls the material’s memory, making the files extremely flexible without the shape memory of other Ni-Ti files. This makes the file follow the canal without creating undesired lateral forces on the canal walls, substantially reducing the risk of file separation and complications such as ledging, transportation, and perforation. The file is very safe. It is up to 300% more resistant to cyclical fatigue compared to standard Ni-Ti files—based on some studies—reducing the incidence of file separation. Clini­cians will also be able to reuse HyFlex CM files because the shape of bent files or straightened spirals is restored during autoclaving. For more information, call (855) COL-ENDO (265-3636) or visit the Web site hyflexcm.com.


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