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TruNatomy® Rotary Files


Why choose TruNatomy® files for your endo?

More dentin preserved

TruNatomy® preserves structural dentin and tooth integrity.

Enhanced patient safety

TruNatomy® files provides enhanced safety as the risk of breakage is reduced due to its greater flexibility and resistance to cyclic fatigue.¹

Superior efficiency

All three shaping files offer a slim shape combined with a unique cross-section for better performance while providing more space for thorough debris debridement.

Molar access

Thanks to its shortest handle on the market and ability to pre-bend, easier access to posterior teeth.

"I chose TruNatomy to be able to preserve as much dentin as possible to overcome occlusal load and increase the longevity of the tooth."

Dr. Abuelezz, Cairo (Egypt)

The result

More dentin preserved. Appropiate shaping, irrigation, and obturation ensured.

Photos courtesy of Dr. Ahmed Salman

Additional Products

To complete your endodontic experience, TruNatomy® files can be combined with the following products for enhanced disinfection and dedicated obturation, working seamlessly together:


Our recommendation is for the orifice to be “as small as practical”5 given the clinical case. Therefore, Conservative Endodontic Cavity (CEC) is recommended above other options.

Yes, that is a very important goal but the overarching goal is to aid in the retention of a functional dentition.

Yes, the TruNatomy Conform Fit® gutta-percha points are designed to perfectly match the preparations made with TruNatomy files and ensure an optimal obturation.

The TruNatomy Irrigation Needle’s flexibility allows it to progress apically in curved canals below 12 mm.

Technique Video

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Scientific Manual

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1. Internal data on file. For more information, contact

2. 500 rpm vs traditional file speed like ProGlider and ProTaper Next® (300 rpm)

3.  Compared to 4 for ProTaper Gold

4. Compared to ProTaper Next. Internal data on file. For more information, contact

5. Schilder H. Cleaning and shaping the root canal. Dent Clin North Am 1974;18:269-96