Micro-Openers, Micro-Debriders

July 1, 1998
Dentsply Maillefer introduces its new Micro-Openers and Micro-Debriders, flexible, stainless-steel hand instruments with a slender offset handle that makes them excellent for use under a microscope and for hard-to-reach posterior teeth. The handle allows for an unobstructed view of the root canal, while maintaining the tactile feel of traditional hand instruments.

Dentsply Maillefer introduces its new Micro-Openers and Micro-Debriders, flexible, stainless-steel hand instruments with a slender offset handle that makes them excellent for use under a microscope and for hard-to-reach posterior teeth. The handle allows for an unobstructed view of the root canal, while maintaining the tactile feel of traditional hand instruments.

The Micro-Opener is excellent for locating root canals. It provides for initial penetration of the canal into calcified areas and initial canal-shaping. The Micro-Debrider is used for debridement of all material or tissue from the canal. The instrument helps remove debris from the canal and provides for easy removal of calcifications.

For more information, call Dentsply Endodontics at (800) 662-1202.

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