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TrueTooth #29 (03)
TrueTooth #29 (03)
TrueTooth #29 (03)
TrueTooth #29 (03)
TrueTooth #29 (03)
TrueTooth #29 (03)

TrueTooth #29 (03)

TrueTooth #29-003 looks easy at the onset.  This TrueTooth is relatively simple, but it has negotiation challenges in the small buccal canal.  In addition, the fins and isthmus are nearly the full length between both canals, which offers many opportunities to catch and snag a file tip if you're not vigilant.  

Sold in a pack of 5.

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No. of Roots No. of Canals Difficulty Factor
1 2 3.5
Root Curvature "Buccal - Mid-Apical "S" Curve
Apical Canal Curvature Buccal - Moderate-Severe "S" Curve, Lingual - Slight-Moderate
Pulp Chamber Size Moderate
Coronal Canal Size Very Slight
Apical Canal Size Buccal - Small, Lingual - Medium
Terminal Diameter Buccal - 0.15 mm, Lingual - 0.3 mm
Fins Isthmus and Finds Total Length of Canal
Apical Branching None
Coronal Impediments None
Apical Impediments None

TrueTooth 3D printed teeth are the exact reproduction of internal and external anatomy of extracted teeth.  TrueTooth teeth are created with special heat-resistant polymer, and proudly 3D printed in the USA.  Special handling is necessary to realize the maximum benefits of using TrueTooth.

Access:

  • Use handpieces at 1,000 RPM with no torque limit.
  • Ultrasonics are not ideal, but work best when used wet.

Negotiation:

  • Negotiate as normal using a lubricant.

Shaping:

  • Use handpieces at normal RPM and torque settings.

Irrigation:

  • Irrigate as normal using NaOCl in a syringe with a side-vent needle. TrueTooth canal tissue will dissolve after 40 minutes of irrigation, similar to vital teeth.

Obturation:

  • Continuous Wave or other heated obturation techniques: use heat pluggers at 175 degrees Celsius.
  • Carrier-based obturation: obturate as normal.

Radiographs:

  • Use the shortest exposure time and the lowest KVP. After radiographing, lighten and sharpen image on screen for optimum viewing.

Helpful Tip:

  • Use alcohol on outer surface of TrueTooth during procedure for optimum visibility. Alcohol can be used in place of NaOCl.

Description

No. of Roots No. of Canals Difficulty Factor
1 2 3.5
Root Curvature "Buccal - Mid-Apical "S" Curve
Apical Canal Curvature Buccal - Moderate-Severe "S" Curve, Lingual - Slight-Moderate
Pulp Chamber Size Moderate
Coronal Canal Size Very Slight
Apical Canal Size Buccal - Small, Lingual - Medium
Terminal Diameter Buccal - 0.15 mm, Lingual - 0.3 mm
Fins Isthmus and Finds Total Length of Canal
Apical Branching None
Coronal Impediments None
Apical Impediments None


Instructions for Use 

TrueTooth 3D printed teeth are the exact reproduction of internal and external anatomy of extracted teeth.  TrueTooth teeth are created with special heat-resistant polymer, and proudly 3D printed in the USA.  Special handling is necessary to realize the maximum benefits of using TrueTooth.

Access:

  • Use handpieces at 1,000 RPM with no torque limit.
  • Ultrasonics are not ideal, but work best when used wet.

Negotiation:

  • Negotiate as normal using a lubricant.

Shaping:

  • Use handpieces at normal RPM and torque settings.

Irrigation:

  • Irrigate as normal using NaOCl in a syringe with a side-vent needle. TrueTooth canal tissue will dissolve after 40 minutes of irrigation, similar to vital teeth.

Obturation:

  • Continuous Wave or other heated obturation techniques: use heat pluggers at 175 degrees Celsius.
  • Carrier-based obturation: obturate as normal.

Radiographs:

  • Use the shortest exposure time and the lowest KVP. After radiographing, lighten and sharpen image on screen for optimum viewing.

Helpful Tip:

  • Use alcohol on outer surface of TrueTooth during procedure for optimum visibility. Alcohol can be used in place of NaOCl.