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Incredible Strength

5x the cyclic fatigue as WaveOne® Gold.

ICON Taper Flexibility

Unmatched Flexibility

Heat-treated FireWire™ NiTi gives amazing flexibility, capable of 90° curves.

ICON Taper No Bounce Back

No Bounce Back

FireWire™ NiTi doesn’t bounce back to preserve apical anatomy

EdgeOne Fire™ features our Heat-Treated Fire-Wire™ NiTi and is designed to shape canals in a reverse-reciprocating motion similar to WaveOne® Gold and can be used with the same motor and hand piece settings. EdgeOne Fire tests at five times the cyclic fatigue as WaveOne® Gold.

EdgeOne Fire™ is available in sizes Small, Primary, Medium and Large. Files have a parallelogram shaped cross section with a variable taper. There are three files in each pack with the option of an assortment pack or single sized pack. Available in lengths 21mm, 25mm and 31mm.

Small (tip size 20)

Primary (tip size 25)

Medium (tip size 35)

Large (tip size 45)

EdgeOne Fire™ is designed with a varied taper and shapes canals in reverse-reciprocating motion.

EdgeOne Strength

Cyclic Fatigue Testing – Average Time to Failure in Seconds

  • EdgeOne Fire™
  • WaveOne® Gold

EdgeOne Fire™

WaveOne® Gold

Cyclical fatigue test was performed using a custom test system with each file rotated at 500 RPM while 3mm of the file tip was inserted in a test block with a 90° curvature. Time to failure (seconds) was measured for each instrument.

Learn more about our testing method on our testing page.

File behaviors such as "No Bounce Back" can be viewed on our videos.

EdgeOne Fire™ GlidePath

EdgeOne Fire™ GlidePath is designed to shape the canal in reverse-reciprocating motion just like EdgeOne Fire™. EdgeOne Fire™ GlidePath comes in lengths 21mm, 25mm, and 31mm.

Matching Points

Our EdgeOne™ points for EdgeOne Fire™ come in sizes Small, Primary, Medium and Large.

Matching Obturators

We have both EdgeCore® and EdgeFill®  for  EdgeOne Fire® in sizes Small, Primary, Medium and Large.

Please note images of points and obturators aren’t reflective of actual packaging; sizes vary according to taper sizes of corresponding file system.


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