Dr. Lauren Kuhn shares what makes Komet's heat-treated reciprocating and rotary file systems stand out from the big guys.
*Image taken after RCT with FQ by Dr. Lauren Kuhn.
Komet's Q Series consist of Procodile Q™ (reciprocating file system) and FQ (rotary file system). Dr. Lauren Kuhn, endodontist, highlights 3 key features that you should know when it comes to these files.
Q Stands for Heat
FQ and Procodile Q™ are heat-treated, making them extremely flexible. You're also less likely to end up with a broken endo file.
Their Double-S Cross Section Increases Efficiency
If you were to cut the Q Series files axially, you would see a double-S cross section. This allows you to cut more efficiently rather than wiping or scraping that can occur with other cross sections (such as WaveOne Gold and Protaper's paralellogram design). Procodile Q™ and FQ's design also helps you get down into the canals more efficiently and faster.
Their Variably Tapered Core Decreases Debris Compaction
Procodile Q™ and FQ feature a variably tapered core which increases the chip spaces. Dr. Kuhn notices that the Q Series files offer more space for debris, so there is less debris compaction.
Watch Dr. Kuhn's Video Here
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Komet USA’s Content Marketing Specialist
Hannah Bucciarelli has been the content marketing specialist at Komet USA since 2021. She focuses on copywriting, social media management and content management in the dental industry.