The Endo-Eze handpieces feature an E-type air motor and a push-button collett for on-the-fly adjustment of file lengths. Minimal (only 30°) reciprocating motion facilitates rapid, complete, uniform instrumentation of all the walls in an irregularly shaped canal, while preserving more tooth structure than traditional rotary systems. The handpieces use Endo-Eze AET and TiLOS shaping files, designed to cut on their sides in a "milling" action rather than the "drilling" action of traditional rotary systems. This reciprocating motion all but eliminates file breakage.
What sets the Arios handpiece apart from the Endo-Eze AET handpiece?
- The universal air motor of Arios is compatible with multiple attachments
In addition to its exceptionally lightweight and ergonomic design, the Arios handpiece relies on a minimally invasive 30° reciprocating "milling"--not "drilling--motion to preserve tooth structure and reduce the risk of file separation.
- Addresses each canal according to its unique anatomy
- Utilizes a minimally invasive milling motion to preserve tooth structure and reduce the risk of file separation
- Allows quick file adjustment--up to 3mm--with its pushpbutton collett