Endodontic irrigation systems are a critical ally to the success of your root canal cleaning and shaping procedure. EndoVac is the unique irrigation system powered by negative irrigation pressure that prevents accidents during root canals, ensuring a clean and safe procedure. SmearClear Liquid EDTA helps enhance the endodontic irrigation process by removing the smear layer and leaving tubules clear of organic matter.
As a dental professional you know the importance of oral irrigation and its unique ability to effectively reduce and prevent harmful bacteria which can lead to the development of periodontal diseases. Providing your clients with long-term endodontic success involves quality instrumentation, disinfection and obturation. Oral irrigation is well suited to navigate the complex pulpal anatomy of the teeth to reach those intricate spaces where other dental irrigation instruments fall short. Kerr Dental’s dental irrigation products allow you to confidently navigate all areas of the anatomy including the apical deltas, fins and lateral canals.
With the superior technology of negative irrigation pressure, Kerr Dental’s unique irrigation needle prevents accidents during root canals, ensuring a clean and safe procedure. By significantly reducing apical leakage and post-operative pain. This is why negative irrigation pressure provides you with a high quality finish. Unlike positive pressure systems which use cannulas or side-port needles, the EndoVac is a true apical negative pressure system that draws fluid apically by way of evacuation. You can confidently provide your clients with a more pleasing dental experience and better long-term results. SmearClear Liquid EDTA helps enhance the dental irrigation process while increasing the effectiveness of adhesives. Successful endodontic therapy demands a clean and clear root canal system. SmearClear addresses this issue by consistently removing the smear layer and leaving the dentinal tubules clear of organic matter. When using the SmearClear root canal cleaning solution, the practitioner will recognize an increase in the efficacy of adhesives, as well as an assist in the 3-dimensional obturation of the root canal system.