SpaceFile IPR Files
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The precision diamond-impregnated Essix SpaceFile IPR Files from DENTSPLY Raintree Essix can be used to accomplish everything from breaking contact and reduction to contouring, fine trimming, and finishing. Depending on the users preference and the requirements of the case, the files can be used in 3 different ways: hand-held, with the removable grip (included), or with the optional air-driven handpiece. The files feature ventilation holes, which allow for low temperature operation and help to prevent clogging. The files, grip, and inner tray are autoclavable.
SpaceFiles combine versatility with optimal efficacy, ease of use, and safety. Versatility, control, and safety are paramount to any interproximal reduction procedure (IPR). The SpaceFile IPR fi les from Dentsply Raintree Essix accomplish a broad range of reduction, polishing, and finishing tasks while maximizing ease of use, control, and patient safety. Dr. Todd Sarubin was seeking a system where he could obtain properly measured interproximal reduction without damaging adjacent teeth. After using SpaceFile fi les, he discove...
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Why I Use...: SpaceFile
For a long time, I was only doing interproximal reduction (IPR) for aligner cases. However, as I began using it more frequently on a wide range of cases, I found I needed a way to keep better records and control over what instruments I was using. I discovered the SpaceFile system with its selection of color-coded files for 9 distinct applications—from breaking contact points and initial trimming/contouring to finishing and polishing. Like any orthodontic practice, we see a lot of patients with serious tooth crowding. It has become a staple in our practice for performing and recording...Read More
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