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The single-use and sterile NiTi rotary file for glide path development

Glide path development is an important and indispensable step in the root canal preparation. The initial scouting is performed with a hand file. One G is strongly indicated in case of canals difficult of access (narrow, highly mineralized canals or canals with strong curvatures), when hand files are not sufficient.

Ease of use and simplified instrument management

  • Ready-to-use and discarded file after use
  • Well-known and recognized instrumental dynamics (in and out movement)


  • One single instrument to save time for the complete endodontic treatment
  • Active file which removes part of the organic canal content


  • Smooth progression, excellent ability to negotiate curves, particularly in thin and curved canals
  • Resistance to instrument breakage and unwinding
  • Less risk of endodontic errors (creation of ledge, false canal, canal transportation, etc.)
  • Infection risk control thanks to the sterile blister

Clinical cases