Application Cannulas for use in Dentistry
A Wide Range of Application Cannulas
Application cannulas have diverse uses and are suited for applying medications and solutions or even for wound and root canal irrigation.
Dental Cannulas for Bonding Agents and Etching Gels
For precisely dosing bonding agents, manufacturers offer special, direct application cannulas. These are made for the composition and viscosity of the individual dental material. The inner diameter is larger in comparison to standard dental needles so that thick, more solid etching or bonding gels can be precisely applied to the prepared cavity without much effort.
Dosing Cannulas for Applying Pastes
The special feature of application cannulas is the blunt tip and the flexible cannula tube. This makes the cannula useful for hard to reach areas, as well, and makes it easy to apply parodontal paste, for example. Furthermore, these dental cannulas can be used for wound and gum irrigation, as the blunt needle is less likely to injure the gingiva.
Irrigation Cannulas for Endodontics
The blunt cannulas are also best suited for irrigating root canals in regards to endodontics. Because of the very thin and flexible cannula tube, you can easily reach the root canals of the posterior molars. Additionally, the irrigation cannulas can be used with every common, single-use syringe and are individually sterile sealed.
You are provided the application cannulas with Luer-Lock connectors or with metric threading in a comprehensive range of sizes.