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In practically all cases I use rotary files to re-shape the canal and ultrasonic files in conjunction with the Varios 970 to agitate the irrigant, creating a really clean canal which is of the upmost importance to successful endodontic procedures. Dr Paul Begley, Dentist

Feedback Function
The NSK iPiezo engine supplies the appropriate power to the tip depending on the condition of the tooth surface. iPiezo engine provides a stable frequency output without dropping the power, even when removing hard calculus.

Auto Tuning Function
The Auto Tuning Function provides stable frequency to the tip at the selected power range. It allows the operator to feel the power output which ensures the optimum result.

LED Display
All operating parameters are clearly displayed on the large LED display controlled by easily recognisable buttons.

Auto Cleaning
The Auto Cleaning Mode flushes the tubing, handpiece and tips at the push of a button when required. The two channels can be flushed independently.

Bottle
2 large 400ml bottles are quickly and easily exchanged. Appropriate solution can be used for several clinical purposes.

Resin
2 large 400ml bottles are quickly and easily exchanged. Appropriate solution can be used for several clinical purposes.

Foot Control
New Varios Foot Control can be operated easily from any angles.


  • Tech Spec

    • Power Supply: AC 230V 50/60 Hz
    • Frequency: 28-32 KHz
    • Max. output: 11 W (G mode)
    • Dimensions: W160 x D270 x H190 (mm) (including Bottle)
    • Unit weight: 2.1 kg (Except attachment)
    • Bottle volume: 400ml (x 2 bottles)

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  • Article - Supporting you through the dental equipment minefield, with Dr Paul Begley

    When it comes to buying new equipment the process can seem bewildering. With a vast range of products on the market, suppliers all proclaiming their equipment to be the best, making a choice can be difficult. For many just the thought of wading through the multitude of products on the market is daunting. So how could this process be made easier?

    Look out for good reviews; they are a great indicator about a product and the company that sells it. Discuss with colleagues, their recommendations can speak volumes and are a great way to help you narrow down the field. Or better still, identify companies that allow you to try a piece of kit before you buy it, that way you are getting a feel for the equipment before you invest financially. Other factors to consider are a product’s standard extra features, what service and back-up is provided by the supplier and finally, just as important, the supplier’s reputation.

    Suppliers such as NSK, which have been in the dental business for more than 80 years, have established a solid reputation for quality products and excellent customer service that is supported by ongoing research and development. NSK in particular are so confident in their products that they offer no-obligation 10 day ‘try before you buy’. This facility is a great way to test a product and make sure it’s right for you before making the decision to buy.

    Many practitioners will base their decision on loyalty and the good experience they have had with a supplier in the past. This was certainly true for Dr Paul Begley, who works across two practices, City Dental Clinic London and Tisbury Dental Centre. When City Dental Clinic needed to replace its ultrasonic scaler unit, Paul had no hesitation in opting for NSK’s Varios 970. Having used the Varios 750 at Tisbury Dental Centre, Paul was delighted with its performance, and so was confident in choosing the Varios 970 without the need of the optional free trial. The Varios 970 was delivered speedily and put into use straight away.

    Paul said: “I bought it knowing it would do exactly what I needed it to do. I’ve been using a Varios 750 for about five years, and among the features I really like are the separate water supply as well as the unit’s adaptability and controllability. I have used other systems but to be honest, I find they really didn’t compare.”

    Paul uses the Varios for a full range of treatments including perio, minimal cavity preparation and removal of general staining. When visiting as the Restorative Specialist at City Dental Clinic, providing endodontic and dental implant treatment, Paul uses the Varios 970 primarily for endodontics. He said: “It’s a fantastic piece of kit, highly effective and extremely controllable. One of the problems with some endodontic units is that they don’t have enough moderation power at the lower end of the power scale, which I find can be an issue with some of the instruments you need. You need something gentle; when you are using a minute oscillating file a seventh of a millimetre wide the last thing you need is something fast with a lot of power that risks file breakage.”

    “In practically all cases I use rotary files to re-shape the canal and ultrasonic files in conjunction with the Varios 970 to agitate the irrigant, creating a really clean canal which is of the upmost importance to successful endodontic procedures”.


    10 day ‘try before you buy’
    NSK are so confident you'll be delighted with the results you can achieve with the Varios 970 and Prophy-Mate neo that they offer a no-obligation 10 day ‘try before you buy’. For more information about the Varios 970 visit www.myvarios.co.uk or contact NSK on 0800 634 1909 or your preferred dental supplier.

    Dr Paul Begley
    Dr Paul Begley qualified as a dentist in 1980 and since then has held a series of posts in both dental schools and hospitals. He gained his Dental Fellowship qualification from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in 1984, before completing a Master of Science in Conservative Dentistry in 1986 at London’s Eastman Dental Hospital. Paul lectured in restorative dentistry at the University of Leeds and completed specialist training in Restorative Dentistry. Paul is on the General Dental Council Specialist Register in Restorative Dentistry. In 1999, Paul completed the Eastman Dental Hospital’s extended teaching course in Implant Dentistry and is an extremely experienced implantologist taking referrals from a wide area.