V Taper One

V Taper One

04 Taper Reciprocating 1-File-System Rotary

  • Explore the canal by using #10, or #15 stainless steel files
  • Irrigate, then expand a glide by C-PATH FILE #
  • In the presence of an irrigant, initiateshaping procedures VTOP file.
  • Since most canals are between 9 and 15 mm in length, use a gentle inward motion, with short 1-2 mm amplitude strokes, until it does not easily progress anymore.
  • It is important to withdraw the primary v-TAPER ONE file every 3mms to romove the debris and inspect its cutting flutes. Irrigate, recapitulate with a #15 K File and irrigation gain.
  • Repeat Steps 4 and 5, two to three times until final working length has been achieved with the VTOP file.
  • Methods for confirming the finished shape may include : 1) Checking if the apical flutes of the file are loaded with dentin. Irrigate, recapitulate with a #15 K File and re-irrigate. 2) Gauge the size of the foramen with an ISO hand file that has the same diameter as the Primary VTOP file carried to working length. If the gauging hand file is snug at length, the preparation is finished. If the gauging file is loose at length, generally use a larger VTOP file to finish the preparation.

Features

WARNINGS
  • As common with all mechanically driven root canal instruments, V-TAPER ONE instruments should not be used
  • in cases of severe and sudden apical curvatures.
  • This product contains Nickel and should not be used for individuals with known allergic sensitivity to this metal.
  • Instructions for use:
  • Explore the canal by using #10, or #15 stainless steel hand files
  • Irrigate, then expand a glide path by PATH FILE #13, or #16, or#19.
  • In the presence of an irrigate, initiate shaping procedures starting with the Primary V-TAPER ONE file ( RED).
  • Since most canals are between 9 and 15 mm in length, use a gentle inward motion, with short 3 mm amplitude
  • strokes, to passively advance the Primary V-TAPER ONE file until it does not easily progress anymore.
  • It is important to withdraw the Primary V-TAPER ONE file every 3mms to remove the debris and inspect its cutting flutes.
  • Irrigate, recapitulate with a #10 K File and irrigate again.
  • Repeat Steps 4 and 5, two to three times until final working length has been achieved with the Primary V-TAPER ONE file.
  • Methods for confirming the finished shape may include: 1) Checking if the apical flutes of the file are loaded with dentin.
  • Irrigate, recapitulate with a #10 K File and re-irrigate. 2) Gauge the size of the foramen with an ISO hand file that has the
  • same diameter as the Primary V-TAPER ONE file carried to working length. If the gauging hand file is snug at length, the
  • preparation is finished. If the gauging file is loose at length, generally use a Large V-TAPER ONE file (BLACK) to finish the
  • preparation.
  • In very rare cases you need to select the Small V-TAPER ONE file (YELLOW) if the Primary V-TAPER ONE file (RED) will
  • not readily advance to the desired length. Use this Small V-TAPER ONE file to either initially or fully shape the apical one-third.

TIPS:

  • The V-TAPER ONE files are single use instruments.
  • Clean flutes frequently and check for signs of distortion or wear.
  • Irrigate abundantly and frequently due to the fast preparation.
  • Initiate shaping procedures starting with the Primary V-TAPER ONE file (RED) in the presence of NaOCl.
  • Use a gentle inward motion, with short 3 mm amplitude strokes, to passively advance the V-TAPER ONE
  • file until it does not easily progress anymore.
  • These files must only be used in reciprocating motion

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