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WAM'X prong #3 (L)

Large size prong refill for your WAM'X
32.50 USDRef-WXE3excl. VAT(GST)


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DRILL, SQUEEZE, REMOVE!

Forget those outdated complicated devices, and stop wasting your precious time on last centuries techniques with their random results and uncomfortable surgery. Use the only technically correct procedure that can remove a post without risk to the root, quickly, reliably and painlessly. WamX.

Using a simple mechanical principle, WAM'X allows you to remove a post in 5 to 10 minutes. The Prongs' action generates several technically correct forces between the core and the occlusal side of the root, which induces no pain or risk for your patient.
WAM'X will provide you spectacular results, even on mobile teeth.

WAM'X is totally painless and risk-free.

Thanks to the free rotation of the prongs, WAM'X automatically self-aligns to the path of least resistance. This allows the post to move freely as it releases - exactly the same way it went in. The root is always gently held in compression, never tension, and pressures on the root are extremely low, which minimizes risks of fracture for the root.

In certain situations (i.e. apical infection on posterior lingual root,...) surgery is nearly impossible or unpredictable. Thanks to its compact shape, WAM'X allows you to reach any part of the denture and to remove any cast post or richmond crown in order to make a root canal re-treatment. Thanks WamX!


HOW IT WORKS

Make several preliminary X-rays in order to evaluate the situation.

NEW : Reccently developped by Dr Cauris Couvrechel (Paris), the Super Quick prongs allow you now to remove a large number of cast post in less than a minute. Thanks to hteir modified shape and a smart process, the preparation is greatly eased and fastened. Moreover, it avoids to drill against the dentin which allows essential tissue savings and preserve the ferrule effect.




NEW PROCESS :
Warning: this new process requires the use of the Super Quick Prongs



Post and core case



1. Create a groove on the mesial and distal sides of the core. Unlike the orginal process, this new process doesn't require to drill at the junction between the core and the root.

2. Try successively the different sizes of prongs in the order to select the smallest one that matches the U-shaped groove around the core.


3. Select now the smalllest prong able to slide around the core. This prong will ideally slide along the core until it hits the margin.



4. Once selected, insert the prongs into the forceps.


5. Place the prongs mounted on the forceps as shown on this picture.

6. Squeeze the forceps. When the larger prong hits the margin, the smaller one starts to lift the core along the axis of the post.

"Still Less Than A Minute - WAM'X New Generation"

Clinical case of Dr Cauris Couvrechel (France)


Richmond Crown Case



1. Using a drill or a disk, remove the distal and mesial sides of the crown.

2. Create a groove on the mesial and distal sides of the core. Unlike the orginal process, this new process doesn't require to drill at the junction between the core and the root.

3. Try successively the different sizes of prongs in the order to select the smallest one that matches the U-shaped groove around the core.


4. Select now the smalllest prong able to slide around the core. This prong will ideally slide along the core until it hits the margin.



5. Once selected, insert the prongs into the forceps.


6. Place the prongs mounted on the forceps as shown on this picture.

7. Squeeze the forceps. When the larger prong hits the margin, the smaller one starts to lift the core along the axis of the post.


CONVENTIONAL PROCESS :


Make several preliminary X-rays in order to locate approximately the interface between the core and the occlusal of the root.

Create a "U" shaped space around the post in order
to locate the post. Then, slowly eliminate the
material remaining between this space and the
occlusal side of the root.

Apply ultrasonic waves at full power, for 1 or 2 minutes on all
sides of the post,alternatively with and without spray.

Choose the appropriate sizes of prongs and insert them as shown on the animation, one against the other.

Keep the Wam'X plier loose (closed) and introduce the prongs gently, as far as possible between the root and the core.

Squeeze the grips while firmly pressing your finger on the top of the prosthesis. This prevents it from springing out when the bond is broken.
The separation of the prongs will remove the post.