The ESX® Rotary File is designed for powerful yet precise endodontic procedures [VIDEO]

May 28, 2014

The ESX Rotary File from Brasseler is designed with several features that offer powerful yet minimally invasive performance, reportedly maximizing the long-term success of the treated tooth.

The ESX Rotary File from Brasseler is designed with several features that offer powerful yet minimally invasive performance, reportedly maximizing the long-term success of the treated tooth.

The ESX Rotary File is equipped with a patented ACP™ (alternating contact point) design that cleans three dimensionally as its sharp cutting edges engage with the canal walls at opposing intervals. The asymmetrical flute design alternates between zero to three points of engagement while moving debris coronally in a wave-like motion. This mechanism is said to allow the ESX to operate at a low torque setting yet at a higher speed, reducing stress on the file and root. Also, the triangular cross section of the ESX Rotary file supports sharper edges and a larger chip space for more effective debris removal.

Plus, the surface of the file is treated with Brasseler’s electropolish finish, which greatly improves resistance to cyclic and torsional fatigue often associated with the long-term use of dental rotary files.

The ESX’s patented booster tip, the BT Tip™, is said to maximize safety and efficiency, while also providing the user with stress-free apical progression. The BT Tip features six cutting edges that smoothly transition to a true reamer design for increased cutting efficiency and it has an anti-ledging and anti-perfing centering mechanism that provides superior performance each and every time.

For more information about the ESX Rotary File, call 1-800-841-4522 or head to www.brasselerusa.com.