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Science has shown that irrigants are more effective when they are electro-mechanically activated. Acoustic streaming and cavitation of intracanal irrigant has been shown to significantly enhance cleansing of difficult anatomy.
EndoUltra® is the only cordless activator unit capable of generating the tip frequency (40,000Hz) required to create sufficient acoustical streaming and the cavitation necessary to effectively clean, penetrate, and remove vapor lock.
Ultrasonic energy not only disrupts biofilm while improving penetration of irrigants and removal of dentinal debris, but it also greatly reduces bacteria levels and improves root sealing.
Use with NEW, ENHANCED Activator Tips - highly durable titanium, increased flexibility, and increased power.
Curion is proud to be an authorized distributor of Vista Apex products in Canada. This product is backed by the manufacturer's warranty.
WITNESS THE POWER OF ULTRASONICS
- Disrupt biofilm and improve bacterial kill
- Improve debridement and smear layer removal
THE KEYS TO OPTIMAL CANAL CLEANLINESS
- Acoustic streaming
EndoUltra™ Activator Tip Instructions
How to properly bend an EndoUltra™ Activator Tip:
1. Hand thread straight Activator Tip onto EndoUltra™.
2. Tighten with the provided wrench, until the tip no longer spins. Note: Do not over-tighten.
3. Slide the Activator tip through the hole in the end of the wrench.
4. Slide the wrench down the length of the Activator Tip until it stops.
5. Bring the wrench to the 12 O'clock position and Bend to the desired angle (70-90° for best results).
Sonic vs Ultrasonic: EndoUltra®
Dr. Filippo Cardinali of Style Italiano Endodontics, demonstrates the dramatic difference between sonic and ultrasonic activation.
New titanium EndoUltra® activator tips in vivo
Check out the powerful activation of EndoUltra® and Vista's new enhanced Titanium activator tips.
EndoUltra® vs EndoActivator™ High Speed Camera Footage
EndoUltra® is the only cordless activator unit capable of generating the tip frequency (40,000Hz) required to create sufficient acoustical streaming and the cavitation necessary to effectively clean, penetrate, and remove vapor lock. Research shows that competitive sonic activation devices, which operate at 160Hz are simply not effective in creating acoustic streaming or cavitation within the canal space.