Why The Zone® 2.0 Is the Ideal Single File System
We have gone from a time when the only taper that was available was an .02 – to an entire range of tapers, from systems that incorporated more than a dozen instruments, to the recent concept of using a single file. But make no mistake, one file alone cannot shape a root canal from orifice to apex. The orifice must be flared, a Glide Path must be established and the working length must be verified. So how does a “Single File System” come into play when each of these steps require files of different sizes, diameters and characteristics? Because for the vast majority of cases, The Zone® 2.0, an instrument that has been uniquely designed to do the work of multiple instruments, can be used to create the ideal shape that will allow for ultimate clinical success.
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