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Healix Hand Files

Healix Hand Files

₹800.0
₹1,000.0   (20% OFF)

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Description of product

Healix Hand Files are very high quality Hand Files. They take the shape of the canals. They are extremely sharp and virtually break proof.

Features

1) Cross - section

Triangular Cross-Section

Convex : S1, S2, SX, F1, F2

Concave : F3

2) High Flexibility

Triangular concave cross-section : Flexibility

3) Tip

Modified Non cutting tip - Prevent Transportation

Acts as a Guide

4) Rust Free

Corrosion Resistant

5) Disinfection

Autoclavable

 

Key Specifications

Shaping Files

Variable Increasing Taper(Eiffel Tower shape)

S1 - 18

S2 - 20

Sx - 19

Finishing Files

F1, F2, F3 Shape the Apical part of the canal

Packaging

  • Pack of 6 Files
Direction to Use

Treatment Sequence

SCOUTING THE CANAL :

  • Stainless steel K-File 010
  • Stainless steelC+ File08,10,15
  • ProFinder Files 10,13,17
  • Pathfiles

 The lubricating action of Glyde helps the instruments to slide in the canal and Establish working length

Don’t use Sx deep in the canal
If needed, use SX with a brushing motion to relocate the orifice of the canal and create a straight line access(don’t use Sx deep in the canal)

Use S1 with a brushing motion
and enlarge the canal, no deeper than the level of the penetration of the scouting file(to make sure that the tip of S1is never blocked)Using Pathfile, go to working length that you established earlier 

After going to length with a stainless steel file size 15, use :
S1 to working lengthwith a brushing motion.Using Pathfile this step is skipped

When S1 reaches working length, use :
S2 to working lengthwith a brushing motion

When S2 reaches working length, use :
F1 to working length.CAUTION !NEVER USE A BRUSHING ACTION WITH THE FINISHING FILES !!!When a finishing file reaches the working length,It is immediately withdrawn.

NEVER USE A BRUSHING ACTION WITH THE FINISHING FILES !!!
Gauge the diameter of the foramen with stainless steel files and if the foramen is larger than 20, use F2, F3 to working length, according to the real apical diameter.

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