The Only Endodontic System to be Fully Synchronized from Instrumentation through Obturation and Post Placement!
- The restoration of an endodontically treated tooth begins at the apex.
- The cleaning and shaping instruments should preserve, to the greatest extent possible, the structural integrity of the tooth.
- The obturation materials should act as a conduit, not an inhibitor, to a successful long term restoration.
- When a post is necessary, it should not put undue stress on the root. It should have a similar modulus of elasticity to that of dentin and it should match the shape created by the last instrument used to shape the canal.
- The system should be as efficient as possible but the long term prognosis of the tooth trumps simplicity.
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