The NEW – The NO Wastage RCT System with Added Security

By October 6, 2014October 27th, 2015Product Launch

Many dentists complain about wastage when performing RCT with having to use 6 or more instruments per case. Thomas’s new system approach enables 90% of cases to be treated with the NEW NITIShapers rotational tapered engine files in three easy steps. Preparation as usual opening the first coronal third using a Gate Glidden or the New highly efficient Thomas Endopener instrument.

  1. Step 1: Secure the glide pathway with a T1 NitiShaper (White) rotational file or use the Thomas Canal probe and Hand K-File with the secure STOPPER handle. To determine the working length use a radiograph or an accurate apex locator.Thomas Endodontic Hand and Engine Files
  2. Step 2: Shape the canal using T2 NITIShaper (Red). For curved roots use a Thomas K-File Hand File with the stopper system handle, then use the T2 file which has depth markers at 18,19,20 and 22mm.
  3. Step 3: Finish in rotation shaping with T3 until the preparation is ready for obturation using Panadent GP Points.

Web page Overview

Take advantage of The Thomas Start-Up Bundle of:

  1. Pack of 4 Endopener rrp – £28.00
  2. Assortment Pack of NITIShapers T1, T2, T3 – rrp £38.00
  3. Assortment of K-Hand Files with Stopper Handle: Sizes 15 – 40 Length 25mm – rrp £10.38

Start-Up offer: £55.00 + vat

Endopener Brochure
Nitishaper Product Brochure 
Endopener Scientific Paper

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Peter Gowers

Author Peter Gowers

Peter, Managing Director and Owner started with Panadent as early as 1987. With changing markets from when Mr Oliver Edward Gowers, AKA George, first opened Panadent's doors, Peter developed the company into what it is today, servicing the Dental Lab with a complete One Stop Shop, linking dentists with Labs through new technology and Surgeries with a collection of select products. He created The Advanced Surgical Products Ltd and Panadent Learning Academy Ltd. As well as a holding several posts within the BDIA, Peter is also a keen Yacht Master.

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