Project Description


CTA Wire

  • Neoendo proprietary thermal process
  • Improves Flexibility while retaining cutting efficiency
  • Colour of the file changes as progressive heat treatment is applied

Unique Off-centred Rectangular Cross Section

  • Asymmetric or swaggering movement which minimizes the engagement between the file and canal dentin, effectively reducing taper-lock and screw-in forces as file moves inside the canal.
  • Less cross sectional area
    • Creates higher flexibility, helpful in shaping severely curved canals
    • Enhances loading and augering of debris

Shorter Clinical Sequence

The merit of efficient endodontics is now understood to be continuous and copious irrigation. Neohybrid, with its unique cross section and CTA wire technology allows for a shorter clinical sequence- it requires 2 files for most cases, so that you can allocate more time and energy to the pivotal irrigation.


  • Lengths: 21mm, 25mm
  • Sizes: 17  |  20  |  25  |  30  |  35  |  40
  • Taper: 4%  |   6%
  • Colour coding: Easy identification of tip size
  • Taper indicator:
    • 2 rings on shank- 4%
    • 3 rings on shank- 6 %

Usage Protocol

  • Prepare the access cavity and explore the canal using #8, #10 K-file or #12 Neoprobe File
  • Establish the working length with the help of Electronic Apex Locator(EAL)/ Radiograph
  • For obliterated, calcified or severely curved canals: start with #8, #10 K-File or use Neoendo Flex Glide Files till apex to achieve proper glide path
  • Use the file in brushing motion: take the file passively to the point of least resistance and brush out of the canal and repeat the procedure until working length is achieved
  • Always clean the cutting flutes after every few strokes, irrigate the canal and recapitulate with the K-File
  • Use Neoendo S files with gentle touch, never force the file and always use the recommended speed and torque settings
  • Recommended Speed- 350 RPM, Torque- 1.5 NCm
Shop Now