Apical Negative Pressure Irrigation
For decades, endodontic irrigation involved filling a syringe with sodium hypochlorite, carefully putting it into the canal and then cautiously injecting with positive pressure. There are accounts of hypochlorite accidents occurring that can cause severe tissue damage. EndoVac is an effective endodontic irrigation system. Instead of applying positive pressure, EndoVac uses suction to PULL irrigant down the root canal, and then up and away into the Hi-Vac suction unit. We call this “negative apical pressure,” because EndoVac applies suction rather than forceful injection to consistently provide the gold standard in care to every patient.