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Manual Files: Traditional Precision, Modern Treatment;
Dental root canal treatments are one of the important applications in dentistry and using the right equipment is of utmost importance for a successful treatment. One of these equipment is manual root canal files.
The International Dental Federation (FDI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) have divided endodontic instruments into four groups according to their current usage purposes.
• GROUP I
K-type and H-type files, K-type reamers, R-type mouse tail files, finners, flatteners, fillers and spreaders.
• GROUP II
Root canal tools, lentulos, which are in the form of hand tools and fit into motorized tools.
• GROUP III
Gates-glidden (Type G) and Peeso(Type P), largo burs, rotary nickel titanium instruments.
• GROUP IV
Root canal points are gutta-percha, silver and paper points.
K and H type hand files are classified in Group I according to the determined standards.
Main subcategories of these files;
- H files
- And K files
It is divided into two main subcategories: At the same time, these files have different features compared to reciprocal and rotary files.
H files are used to correct and expand the shape of the dental root canal. K nets are ideal for working in narrow channels with their thinner structure. Both types are selected based on the dentist’s treatment plans and the patient’s needs.
The prominent feature of these files is that they have a more traditional way of using compared to reciprocal and rotary files. Also reciprocal files, moving back and forth at a certain angle performs the cutting operation. Rotary files work with a rotary motion. Manual files, on the other hand, provide more direct use under the full control of the physician.
In terms of their intended use, manual root canal files can be used on a wide range of teeth. H files provide effective cleaning, especially in wide channels. K files are preferred for detailed operations in thinner channels. These files offer dentists suitable solutions for a variety of cases.
One advantage of manual files is that they provide physicians with greater control and precision. Another important advantage is that they have a lower cost compared to reciprocal and rotary files. In addition, manual files are preferred because they are less complicated and easy to maintain.
As a result, manual root canal files are tools used to ensure success in dental treatments. These files, divided into subcategories such as H files and K files, improve dentists’ treatment processes with a wide range of applications and advantageous features. At the same time, unlike reciprocal and rotary files, the traditional use and low cost of manual files are features valued by dentists.