The new Genius Proflex are engine-driven endodontic files with unique features that make these instruments the most practical option for root canal mechanical shaping. With a exclusive heat treatment innovation, Genius Proflex files are made with different customized heat treatments for each group of instruments, making flexibility and resistance to be consistently balanced depending on the metal mass of each instrument in the series. In addition, two different cross-sections are used, triangular rhomboidal and double S, ensuring once again that each instrument suits perfectly to the instrumentation phase, whether it be the glidepath preparation, enlargement or even final apical shaping. The files’ series has options for preflaring, mechanical glidepath, and shaping with three distinct heat treatment recipes, discernible by the colors of the blade: purple for a more austenitic performance, blue for a perfect balanced austenic-martensitic performance; and gold for a super flexible martensitic predominant phase file. With exquisite grinding process using the state-of-the-art CNC machines, all finishing details were strictly observed, such as double-angled penetration guide, progressive pitch, variable helicoidal angles, slightly positive rake in the flaring and enlargement files, among others.
Genius Proflex files have been designed so that the operator has option of three instruments in sequence for standard cases, up to a complete set for more challenging canal anatomies. With more than three times more cyclic fatigue resistance than its predecessors, the second generation of Genius endodontic files can be used in any endodontic motor in rotation, or even with the Genius motor in right cutting reciprocation. In addition, the most advanced cordless endodontic motor on the market, the new Medidenta ACE, has specific programs for Genius Proflex files in rotation and reciprocation, in addition to the unprecedented Genius Autosense special program, which automatically changes the movement from rotary to reciprocation, and back from reciprocation to rotary, determined by the dentin walls resistance.