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VibraEndo
Vibrating Endodontic Attachment to VibraJect R3

For easier finding of the root canal in molars

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

ADVANTAGES

The comfortable pen type grip, combined with the vibrating file, provides more leverage and much faster cutting than the two finger grip on a hand file. The files cutting flutes can be directed toward the outside wall of the canal with greater efficiency. A steady filing motion is achieved without the usual adjustments to the finger grip to the handle of the file.

The spring-loaded mechanism securely holds most endodontic hand files, thus eliminating the possibility of dropping the file in the patients’ mouth and possibly the need for a rubber dam. Visibility is improved with the fingers out of the way, permitting better access for the use of a microscope. The file may be bent from the 30-degree angle for better access if desired. K-type files, Hedstrom files, and finger pluggers are all usable in the instrument.

Over-working the small size files with the Vibrating Endo Instrument will improve the subsequent canal enlargement procedures and greatly reduce the potential of rotary file breakage.

Final cleaning of the canal can be better accomplished with the use of a small file and your standard disinfectant, such as hypochlorite. The vibrations eliminate the “smear layer” that can be left from the rotary file. This also helps when the canal is oblong and not completely cleaned out by the rotary file.

Sealer on the tip of a #20 K file can be deposited in the coronal portion of the canal preparation. With a pumping motion, the sealer can be worked to the apical portion and coat the entire length of the walls.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Insert the Motor Cartridge into the Attachment, rotating and pushing the Motor Cartridge until it is fully seated in the Attachment. Turn the Control Knob just until the motor starts to run. CAUTION: Never over tighten the Control Knob in an effort to make it go faster. It is only on or off. Turn off the motor by unscrewing the Control Knob about one full turn.

APPLICATION

Install a small hand file, such as a #6 K file, and open the initial canal channel. Install a small size hand file that will go to the approximate apex with light resistance by fully depressing the end of the spring-loaded mechanism. The full length of the file handle should be inside the mechanism. The file cuts on the way out, bringing the debris out of the canal. Use small 2-5 mm strokes with the force directed toward the outside of the curved canal. Keep the canal wet and irrigate often. The canal enlargement can be accomplished with subsequently larger size hand files or NiTi rotary instruments.

CHANGING THE BATTERY

When the motor starts to slow down, unscrew the Control Knob and remove the battery, using care to hold the unit vertical with the tip end down so the motor does not fall out. Insert the charged battery with the positive (+) side, the small end, facing into the Control Knob. Screw the Control Knob back into the motor housing until the motor starts running and back it off about one full turn.

CHARGING THE BATTERY

Install the battery (one or two) with the positive side (+), the small end, facing the charger body. Plug the charger into any 120/240V outlet and charge overnight, or a minimum of 4 hours. The red indicator light indicates the batteries are charging and turns to green when the batteries are fully charged. You can leave one battery in the charger with the charger plugged in so it will be fully charged and ready for use. CAUTION: Never leave a battery in the charger if it is not plugged in as it will discharge the battery.

CLEANING AND STERILIZING

Remove the Motor Cartridge from the Attachment. CAUTION: NEVER HEAT STERILIZE THE MOTOR CARTRIDGE OR SUBMERGE IT IN ANY LIQUID. Wipe external surfaces with an intermediate level cleaner/disinfectant. Remove the Hand File. The Attachment may be autoclaved by using standard procedures.

CAUTION

If the indicator light of the charger does not come on, check to see if the batteries are properly installed. If they are, the batteries need to be replaced. Over time, the batteries lose their ability to stay charged and need to be replaced. Do not subject the charger to any liquids while plugged in. Keep plugged in charger out of the reach of children. Unplug it when not in use and remove the batteries. Do NOT subject the batteries to any liquids as they could swell and become unusable.

Vibra Dental Instruments
Anaheim, CA
www.vibradental.com
949-873-0834