Irrigants and Irrigation Devices

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The BFC impression material syringe is a small, yet sensibly angled tip that gives you easy access to even the distals of second molars...
The Monoject Nonsterile 12 ml Syringe with Luer Lock Tip features a polypropylene barrel and plunger rod with latex-free, self-sealing...
CanalPro Irrigator by ColteneEndo is a simple, disposable, negative pressure, simultaneous irrigation and evacuation device is designed...
CanalPro Blue Tips from Coltene are used with the CanalPro Endodontic Irrigation System. The autoclavable CanalPro Blue Tips are made of...
Combi tips, canal tips and stops for the GuttaFlow system.
The Monoject SoftPack 3 ml Syringe with Regular Luer Tip features a polypropylene barrel and plunger rod with latex-free, self-sealing...
The 15% Ethylenediamine Tetraacetic acid removes smear layer, softens dentin, and facilitates the removal of calcific obstruction, while...
Coltene’s CanalPro Flex Tips for root canal irrigation are made to bend for easy access. The disposable single-use tips are made of...
The solution contains antimicrobial properties and provides fast, effective pulp and tissue dissolution.
It distributes a controlled dose of sodium hypochlorite during debridement of canals and isthmuses prior to final irrigation. The...
CanalPro EDTA from Coltene offers the ideal 8.5 pH for smear layer removal, which makes it possible for disinfection solutions to...
BD Luer-Lok Disposable Syringe features a clear barrel with bold scale markings, tapered plunger rod for ease of aspiration, positive...

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    The EndoSafe Plus from Vista Dental Products is an apical negative pressure irrigation system that you may find more convenient to use, and less expensive than alternatives. Many endodontic irrigation systems are bulky tabletop units. EndoSafe Plus is lightweight, easy to use, and portable. It is also cordless and battery operated, so it’s...

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    When you’re buying dental products, there’s always a chance that something will go wrong with an order or that you’ll end up not completely satisfied with the product. And with many products and manufacturers, you’re often stuck with buyer’s remorse, as you might not be able to easily obtain a refund. This can be extremely frustrating,...

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