Why choose SmartLite Pro EndoActivator?

Passive soaks aren’t enough

A bleach soak can take 40 minutes to effectively eliminate bacteria⁵, many clinicians only soak for less than 5 minutes, leaving behind bacteria that can compromise the treatment³.

Activating sodium hypochlorite increases cleaning efficacy

vs. sodium hypochlorite soak alone⁶. Designed for multi-directional movement, the SmartLite Pro EndoActivator uses elliptical motion and increased energy for effective irrigant activation.

Part of Dentsply Sirona Endodontic treatment solutions

The SmartLite Pro EndoActivator is capable of activating irrigants in ProTaper Ultimate, WaveOne Gold and TruNatomy canals.

More opened dentinal tubules

Passive soaks aren't enough. Activating irrigant can help produce a surface with more opened dentinal tubules, allowing for better obturation of lateral and accessory canals.²

Take a close-up look at the difference of untreated and treated root canal walls.

Unactivated dentin surface (left) vs after irrigation (right)

Technical Specifications

  • Quick charge mode
  • Easy and quick connect battery exchange with audible feedback
  • Permanent/constant availability due to easy to handle back up battery

More confidence in single-visit endo

Our three treatment solutions are tailored to your needs and offer advanced, comprehensive endodontic care for your patients.

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