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Multisonic Ultracleaning® Peer-reviewed Clinical Outcomes And In-Vitro Research

Research and development has been at the core of Sonendo® since its formation. Discover for yourself what leading researchers throughout the dental community are finding—that the Multisonic Ultracleaning® technology behind the GentleWave® System is clinically significant for cleaning undetected and uninstrumented anatomy, as well as removing biofilm and smear layer2 from the root canal system.

Evaluation of Root Canal Debridement of Molars Using the GentleWave® System

Journal of Endodontics (Vol 41; 2015)

Conclusions: The GentleWave® System showed a significantly greater cleaning capacity and reduction in residual debris within the mesiobuccal and mesiolingual canals of mandibular molars and the mesiobuccal canals of maxillary molars than those cleaned with standard methods.

Efficiency of the GentleWave® System in Removing Smear Layer and Tissue Debris from the Root Canal System

Journal of Oral Health (May 2015)

Conclusions: The GentleWave® System is a viable solution in endodontic treatments.

The GentleWave® System’s Effectiveness in Removing Separated Instruments

Journal of Endodontics (Vol 41; 2015)

Conclusions: Results revealed that the GentleWave® System is effective in retrieving separated instruments while conserving the dentinal structure.

Tissue Dissolution by the Novel GentleWave® System and Sodium Hypochlorite

Journal of Endodontics (Vol 40; 2014)

Conclusions: In this study, the novel GentleWave® System achieved seven times faster tissue dissolution rates when using 3% NaOCI as compared to the other systems examined, including passive and active ultrasonic systems.

Evaluation of Disinfection Using the GentleWave® System in Molars

Journal of Oral Health (May 2015)

Conclusions: The GentleWave® System substantially removes biofilm from the root canal system when compared to standard techniques.

Comparing the GentleWave® System & Conventional Syringe Irrigation When Assessing Apical Pressure Created During Irrigation

Clinical Oral Investigations (Vol 20; 2016)

Conclusions: The GentleWave® System creates negative pressure at the apical foramen during root canal cleaning, irrespective of the size of canal instrumentation. Positive apical pressures were measured for syringe irrigation.

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