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ZenTPR™ *NEW*

6 Pack | $80.00 Retail Value     $29.95 Zendo Price

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Key Features

ZenTPR™. An extremely high quality, cost effective alternative for Pro Taper™ Universal and EdgeTaper™ Users.

 

Made in France. 6 Pack.

 

ZenTPR™  is a non-heat treated system file system comparable to the Pro Taper™ Universal and EdgeTaper™ file systems.
 
A decreasing taper along the length of the instrument creates greater flexibility permitting multiple uses under normal conditions if the file is not visibly damaged. 
 
Use in the exact same way you would use Pro Taper™ or EdgeTaper™ with no change in technique and no change in settings. 
 
To request a free sample please email Linda at cs@zendo-online.com.
 
SX - No 19/L 19mm
 
When canal anatomy requires the coronal aspect to be shaped away from the furcation and/or to create more coronal flare, the SX is used with a brushing motion when withdrawing the instrument.
S1 - No 17/L 25mm
 
The shaping file S1 is used with a brushing action until the working length that was confirmed with a #15 hand file is reached.
S2 - No 20/L 25mm

The shaping file S2 is used with a brushing action to further refine and shape the body of the canal to the working length.
F1 - No 20/L 25mm

Use the Finishing FIle F1 passively with no brushing action. Only use those finishing files necessary to follow the canal to the working length, and then withdraw immediately.

With each insertion the instrument is placed deeper than the previous insertion until the working length is reached.
F2 - No 25/L 25mm

Use finishing file F2 with the same non-brushing motion to the working length if additional canal enlargement is required or if the foramen is enlarged.
F3 - No 30/L 25mm

Use Finishing File F3 with the same non-brushing motion to the working length if additional canal enlargement is required or if the foramen is enlarged.

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