The Genius System Allows for Both Reciprocation and Rotary Movement
Studies show that reciprocating movement can reduce cyclic and torsional file fatigue, while rotary movement removes debris more efficiently. The Genius motor, with the Genius contra-angle and Genius files, utilizes a new system that allows for reciprocation and rotary movement to minimize the risk of file separation while efficiently cleaning the debris from the canal.
Reciprocation and Rotary Movements
In the 90º/30º reciprocation setting, Genius files safely create access to the working length while minimizing cyclic and torsional fatigue. In the 360º rotation setting, the files refine the canal walls while shaping and removing the debris from the canal.
Genius File Construction
Constructed of thermal-treated NiTi alloy, Genius files have improved flexibility and resistance to navigate the canal while efficiently cleaning out the debris. The .04 taper of each Genius file reduces the risk of separation, excessive removal of dentin, and dentin cracks to allow for a safer, smoother procedure. An S cross section design features double right positive cutting action for both reciprocation and rotary action. The progressive pitch of the file prevents the “screw-in” effect, and the enhanced flutes improves debris removal for more efficient cleaning. Each Genius file features a safe, non-cutting tip with an anti-blocking “pencil point” shape.