Endovac Pure™Endodontic Irrigation
Take irrigation to the next level!
Endovac Pure is the breakthrough apical negative pressure system that covers all root canal irrigation needs in just one single handheld controller, delivering irrigants with significantly lower accident risk.1,6,9
The system reaches full working length and draws irrigants into the last few critical millimeters of the root canal.1,9 A single handheld controller allows a more effective and efficient cleaning, covering the entire length of the canal,1,6,9 with full operator control and ease of use.
- Apical Negative Pressure System for delivery of continuously refreshed irrigants
- Single handheld controller
- Dual-chambered for seamless transition between NaOCl and EDTA irrigants
- Macro and Micro cannulas for full canal coverage
- Reaches full working length
- Reduced risk of irrigation accidents6
- 3D cleaning of lateral canals5
- Microscopic holes on the cannulas prevent clogging2
- Internal testing data; 2016. (available upon request)
- Endovac Pure redesign / Project No. 8005 Product Requirements Criteria (PRC).
- Nielsen BA, Baumgartner JC. Comparison of the Endovac system to needle irrigation of root canals. J Endod. 2007;33(5):611-5.
- Parente JM, Loushine RJ, et al. Root canal debridement using manual dynamic agitation or the EndoVac for final irrigation in a closed system and an open system. Int Endod J. 2010;43(11):1001-12.
- Paredes-Vieyra J, Enriquez FJ. Success rate of single- versus two-visit root canal treatment of teeth with apical periodontitis: a randomized controlled trial. J Endod. 2012;38(9):1164-9.
- Desai P, Himel V. Comparative Safety of Various Intracanal Irrigation Systems. J Endod. 2009;35:545-9.
- Tay FR, Gu LS, et al. Effect of vapor lock on root canal debridement by using a side-vented needle for positive pressure irrigant delivery. J Endod. 2010; 36(4):745-50.
- Hockett JL, Dommisch JK, et al. Antimicrobial efficacy of two irrigation techniques in tapered and nontapered canal preparations: an in vitro study. J Endod. 2008 Nov;34(11):1374-7.
- Glassman G, Charara K. Endovac apical negative pressure: safe and effective endodontic irrigation from beginning to end. Oral Health. 2015;8-14.
- Endovac Pure IFU, 2016.
- Jiang L, Lak B, Eijsvogels L, et al. Comparison of the cleaning efficacy of different final irrigation techniques. J Endodod. 2012;38(6):838-41.
- Saldana ES, (2016). Extraction study comparison of cleaning and disinfection of root canals using a new negative pressure irrigation system. Unpublished manuscript, Universidad Autonoma de San Luis de Potosi, SLP, MX.
- This technique is the recommendation of Kerr Corporation. Kerr is a medical device manufacturer and does not dispense medical advice. Clinicians should use their own judgment in treating their patients.
- Samano et al. (2016) Ex-vivo study comparison of cleaning and disinfection or root canals using a new negative irrigation system. Universidad Autonoma de San Luis de Potosi.
Why does it simplify the dental procedure?
With just one handpiece you can
Reach full working length to deliver irrigants to the
last critical millimeters.
Provide a continuous flow of fresh sodium hypochlorite (NaOCI).
Ensure 3D cleaning.
Minimise the potential for NaOCI accidents
How does it do this?
With Endovac Pure™, the same handpiece delivers and draws the irrigant from the canal via Apical Negative Pressure.
The Endovac Pure™ cannula extends all the way to the apex, so irrigant is continuously pulled to the apical terminus via negative pressure.
At the same time, irrigant and debris are removed from the canal via negative pressure created by a vacuum.
This helps significantly reduce the risks of accidents while still enabling 3D cleaning.
IMPROVING ENDODONTIC IRRIGATION – Dental webinar by Prof. Gianluca Gambarini MD, DDS
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The webinar describes the limitations of current endodontics irrigation techniques and presents the latest technology by Kerr, EndovacTM Pure, designed to significantly improve effectiveness in canal debridement and disinfection.
DOWNLOAD THE LATEST INDEPENDENT STUDIES
Discover how the apical negative pressure in Endovac Pure wins the battle against bacteria in the root canal:
- Technique efficacy measured in terms of bacterial load reduction, dentinal tubule penetration and smear layer removal
- Ex-vivo study comparing apical negative pressure, conventional and ultrasonic techniques
- In-vivo study evaluating apical negative pressure and the conventional technique