Why Engineered Endo?

tün Ultrasonic Tips

Why not lower your ultrasonic cost per treatment?

If you wanted to get your ultrasonic cost per treatment down to $5, how would you get there?

tün tips cost: $24, Number of treatments to get to $5 per = 5 treatments

BNLBIO JET tips cost: $60, Number of treatments to get to $5 per = 12 treatments

SD Swiss TUFI tips cost: $74, Number of treatments to get to $5 per = 15 treatments

Obtura BUC tips cost: $99, Number of treatments to get to $5 per = 20 treatments

Vista tips cost: $97, Number of treatments to get to $5 per = 19 treatments


The numbers don't lie.  tün ultrasonic tips are the best value in the industry!


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Finishing File

Research shows that using NiTi files to enlarge and shape a canal leave residual canal debris. There are several ways to try to remove this debris prior to obturation.

Needle irrigation is one way to try to clean a canal. This method has difficulty removing the debris from the apical 1/3 of the canal. It also does not provide good removal of the residual sidewall debris.

The Finishing File is the most economical, easy to use, and effective way to clean a canal. There is no expensive equipment to buy, no equipment to set up, and no batteries or hand filing required.

Sonic or ultrasonic irrigation is another popular method of cleaning a canal. While these are effective at removing the sidewall debris, this way of cleaning is not very effective at removing the debris in the apical 1/3 of the canal. These methods also require you to purchase additional (and potentially expensive) equipment. Follow this link to view a comparison video on agitation versus rotation.

The third option for cleaning a canal is using positive/negative pressure systems. These systems are expensive as well and need to be set up prior to use. These systems can be difficult to use and been shown in research to not be very effective in removing the important apical 1/3 canal debris.

Still not sold on our cost-effective, plastic Finishing File?

If so, read more about a new study recently published here: Comparative evaluation of surface characteristics of dentinal walls with and without using plastic finishing file.