Bassi Logic Clinical Steps
Before clinical use: The animations on this site and brief instructions for introductory purposes. Consult the complete IFU and practice with the Logic files in extracted teeth and plastic blocks before clinical use.
1. Achieve Patency
Learn how to use a Logic Glidepath file to achieve patency.
2. Create the Glide Path
Step 2 - Glide Path & TWL Details
Canal anatomy dictates the Glide Path file chosen: Most teeth with relatively uncomplicated anatomy require the 25/.01 Glide Path file. All Glide Path files, including the 25/.01 are inserted with a gentle and slow pecking motion to the TWL.*
If desired, larger Glide Path files (30/.01, 35/.01, 40/.01) can be chosen to prepare a glide path in larger canals using a gentle pecking motion to TWL.
* If the chosen Glide Path file will not reach the apex, prepare the Glide Path manually and/or prepare the glide path with hand files in combination with the .05/15 Bassi Logic™ file. This file is used with a gentle apical insertion and lateral brushing motion on withdrawal. Do not attempt to force the file apically to achieve patency.
3. Shape the Canal
Step 3 - Shaping the Canal Details
Brushing Bassi Logic™ Shaper files against the thickest root wall (away from the furcation) can prepare a greater canal taper and/or enlarge the orifice if desired.
**If the clinician wishes to prepare a larger apical diameter, the 30/.01, 35/.01, and 40/.01 Bassi Logic™ files can be used.
Step 4 - Irrigation Details
Achieving Patency with Bassi Logic
Achieving patency by reaching the apical foramen in the final third of the root canal is crucial to maintaining cleaning efficiency in the clinical procedure. In the following video learn how to achieve patency using K-Files or Logic Glidepath files.
Electronic Motor Settings
Handpiece Use either an 1:1, 4:1, 8:1 or 16:1 endodontic handpiece.
350 RPM 1.5 Torque
350 RPM 2 Torque
950 RPM 2 Torque
950 RPM 4 Torque
Instructions for Use