Dr. K asks:
However, I am a bit concerned about the cost. The instructor recommended using each file once and then discarding it. He said that after you use a rotary nickel titanium file once, it is liable to fracture if used again. You also have to buy their electric motor and handpiece too. I do not understand how to set the torque value on their motor.Seemed very confusing to me.
I am also concerned about the size of their master apical file. I always used to go to at least a #35 file to the apex. Their system uses a really narrow file at the apical terminus, like A #20. Is that wide enough? Seemed easy to obturate the canal afterwards using either their Thermafill or similar sized cold gutta-percha master cones.
What are your experiences with this system? Is it as good as they say it is? I’d be interested in your thoughts.