Tag Archive: File

CBL 30: Curved Roots with ESX 30/02 File!

June 3, 2018 4:49 am Published by

While preparation with a size 30/02 ESX can create a more minimally invasive look, combining it with an 06 Taper EndoSequence Austenitic or Maratensitic Instrument can result into an interesting combi...

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Reciprocation vs. Rotation! (Friday Questions)

September 25, 2015 4:49 am Published by

In this week’s Friday Questions video, Dr. Nasseh explains the difference between reciprocation and rotation motion when it comes to mechanized endodontic instrumentation. What’s better? Why? What are the downsides?…

How to bypass a broken file: Friday Questions

April 4, 2015 1:43 am Published by

Broken or separated NiTi files in the root canal are frustrating. You can either hope to remove them or you should try to bypass them. In this video, Dr. Nasseh shares some clinical tips for trying to...

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ESX Finishing with Ultrasonic Energy

May 14, 2014 11:45 pm Published by

What do we do after we’re done with our instrumentation and irrigationt, we pack the case right? Well, in this video, Dr. Nasseh describes the benefits of using an ultrasonically activated file (preferrably a size 15 or 20) for 30 seconds in each canal to remove any cut debris that may have smeared into fins and fissures. It’s an efficient and safe way of removing the smear layer.
Dr. Nasseh recommends the use of Brasseler’s tips E11 and E12 file holders using sizes 15 and 20 u-bladed files to the full working length.…

RealWorldEndo’s Single Stroke and Clean™ (SSC) Motion!

May 14, 2014 10:34 pm Published by

In our opinion, NiTi Rotary files have been used in the wrong way by the operators over the past twenty years! While much innovation has gone into the design of NiTi files, not enough communication has been made to the end user about how they should be used. With the newly released ESX File System by BrasselerUSA, RealWorldEndo has decided to standardize operator motion by explaining to people why a Single Stroke an Clean Motion (SSC) makes sense for operators using the ESX™  File System.