"The beginning of TruNatomy’ s journey started with a simple question: what are the true and relevant outcomes of the endodontic treatment? Unsurprisingly, patients want their teeth to be in function, without pain and to last as long as possible. The success of the “restorative outcomes” are linked to the time the restored teeth last appear to be directly connected to the amount and distribution of hard tissue (dentin), the type of restoration and the forces that occur during function4.
Retaining as much dentin as possible at the level of the restoration margin became our focus: we needed a rotary file that could work with less coronal enlargement, go around tight curves safely and still provide enough space apically for irrigation TruNatomy was born.
Today, we are confident that with TruNatomy, the ability to treat teeth with various degrees of canal curvature and retain structurally important dentin will help clinicians and patients."
Dr. Ove Peters (DMD, MS, PhD) and Dr. George Bruder (DMD).
Co-designers, Clinical expert advisors during TruNatomy development.