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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.

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.

Twelve-Month Healing Success Rates After Endodontic Treatment Using the Novel GentleWave® System: The Prospective Multi-Center Clinical Study

Journal of Endodontics (Vol 42; 2016)

Conclusions: When patients were treated with the GentleWave® System, the cumulative success rate of healing was 97.3% at twelve months.

Assessment of Apical Extrusion During Root Canal Treatment with the Novel GentleWave® System

Journal of Endodontics (Vol 42; 2016)

Conclusions: The GentleWave® System was compared with a negative pressure system and resulted in no apical extrusion.

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.

Utilizing Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy to Assess Root Canal Dentin Erosion After the GentleWave® Procedure & Syringe Needle Irrigation

Journal of Endodontics (Vol 42; 2016)

Conclusions: NaOCl followed by final EDTA irrigation performed either by syringe needle or the GentleWave® System caused minimal dentin erosion. 

A Review of Recent Advances in Root Canal Disinfection

Iranian Endodontic Journal (Vol 12; 2017)

Conclusions: Recent advances in root canal disinfection using new technology and on the basis of recent studies may improve the ability to disinfect the root canal system.

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