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Essential Dental Systems FEATURES Thick-Walled, Hollow Tube design. Undercuts of head and shank. Multiple tiers. Positive seating head. Highly retentive head with undercuts. Optional Extra Retention Kit. BENEFITS Provides the strength of a solid shank post.1"4 Vents hydrostatic pressure of cementation, for easier post placement and a more secure cement interface. Offers the ability to remove a post, should there be a failed root canal, without surgically widening the canal.5-6 Guides Retreatment Drills for safe post removal and access to the apex. Provides excellent core material retention. Resists rotation of core material. Locks-in post cement to provide high retention of shank. Countersinking the post into the tooth prevents high apical stress under function common to other passive posts.7 Adapts to anatomical flare of canal for optimum dentin-to-metal contact and maximum stability. Stabilizes restoration by resting on tooth structure. Safely dissipates stresses of occlusion. Offers additional surface area for core material adaptation resulting in stronger retention. Grooves the post hole dentin for enhanced retention4 (Kit contains 2 grooving drills and Flexi-Flow® cement.). For failed root canals, routine, non-surgical post removal and access to the apex for retreatment. Positive seating head Second tier Undercuts of shank EDS’ AccessPost provides more advantages than any other passive post. The patented, thick-walled, hollow tube design and the undercuts of the head and shank offer . . . Strength, Retention, and Stability... with the added insurance policy of Retreatability. All at a competitive cost to the dentist. 1 Cohen BI, Deutsch AS, Musikant BL, “Cyclic Fatigue Testing of Six Endodontic Post Systems” Journal of Prosthodontics, 1993;2:28-32. 2 Cohen BI, Condos S, Deutsch AS, Musikant BL, “Cyclic Fatigue Testing of Seven Endodontic Post Systems” Journal of Dental Research, 1993;72:305. 3 Rovatti L, Dallari D, Mason PN, “A New System of Endodontic Retention.” Journal of Attualita Dentale, 1994;18. 4 Cohen BI, Musikant BL, Deutsch AS, “Comparison of the Retentive Properties of Two Hollow Post Systems to a Solid Post Design.” Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 1993;70:234-238. 5Cohen BI, Pagnillo Mk, Condos S, Musikant BL, Deutsch AS, “Post Removal Using A Thick-Walled Hollow Tube Post Design.” Oral Health, 1994;84(#11):15-22. 6Cohen BI, Musikant BL, Deutsch AS. “The AccessPost and It’s Clinical Use.” Dentistry Today, 1995;14:88-89. 7Cohen BI, Condos S, Musikant BL, Deutsch AS. “Pilot study comparing the photoelastic stress distribution for four endodontic post systems.” Journal of Oral Rehabilitation 1996;23:679-685. EDS' AccessPost 1-800-22-FLEXI • 201-487-9090 • Fax 201-487-5120 • www.edsdental.com • info@edsdental.com

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A new dimension in passive post technology. STRENGTH, RETENTION & STABILITY While the EDS AccessPost is a hollow tube, its thick walls, under cyclic fatigue testing, demonstrate the strength of a solid shank post. The EDS AccessPost head is grooved with undercuts that secure higher retention of the core material and resistance to rotation. The result is a more intimate and secure dentin-to-cement interface. EDS’ AccessPost is superior in still other ways. The second tier prevents “bottoming out” which eliminates the high apical stresses under function common to other passive posts. The...

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