Komet launches F360 endodontic file system

Komet has launched the F360 endodontic file system, which features a simplified sequence that requires only two files.

The files feature the company's S-curve design and a thin instrument core to deliver cutting efficiency while respecting natural root canal morphology, according to the company.

Only two files in sizes 025 and 035 are required for most root canal preparations. Their 0.04 taper promotes optimal debridement of the canal, maintains file flexibility, and reduces preparation errors, while allowing shaping of the root canal for subsequent obturation with any method.

The F360 files are used in a torque-limited motor and used in a picking motion up to a predetermined working length. The same torque (1.8 Ncm) and speed values (250-350 rpm) are utilized for all files; doctors don't need to adjust speed or torque upon changing files during the preparation sequence.

In addition to sizes 025 and 035, the F360 files are offered in sizes 045 and 055 to meet additional clinical situations such as wide roots, and all F360 files are available in three lengths (L21, L25, and L31) to address varying coronal requirements.

The presterilized, single-use files prevent cross-contamination; eliminate the need to clean, disinfect, and sterilize the instruments; and reduce the risk of fracture due to cyclic fatigue.

Available in a sterile blister pack of six files of a single size and length, the files are supplied with a user's manual and step-by-step instructions.

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