Glide path development is an essential but time-consuming step in endodontic treatment. To increase endodontic efficiency in the initial glide path formation by simplifying the procedure while increasing safety, MICRO-MEGA is introducing two new rotary NiTi instruments, the G-Files.
The G-File instruments are based on an innovative design to help the clinician safely save time in endodontic procedures. The superior cross-section of the G-Files(TM) combines efficiency and innovation. The G-File(TM) NiTi instruments are machined with a narrow diameter (12 and 17) with a slight .03 taper. The superior cross-section of the G-File(TM) combines efficiency and safety. Along the length of the instrument, the G-File(TM) has cutting edges on three different radiuses, creating a large and efficient area for upward debris removal. The angular offset of the cutting edges also creates a different pitch along the length of the blade, avoiding any screwing or engaging effect into the walls of the canal. The non-working (safety) tip is asymmetrical which helps the instrument safely move forward; this is also facilitated by the high degree of flexibility resulting from the small diameter. The G-Files(TM) are electro-polished, which improves their mechanical properties, particularly by releasing internal stresses which develop during machining, thereby increasing the flexibility of the G-File(TM). The electro-polished surface increases the efficiency in apical progression of the G-File(TM) while aiding in debris removal. The G-Files(TM) are available in 21, 25 and 29 mm. Used after hand files have measured working length, G-Files(TM) safely enlarge the glide path in preparation for RCT with rotary instrumentation system.
G-Files Assorted Pack of 4 (G1x2 + G2x2)