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Inspiral® Brush Tip


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Product Details

Deliver viscous or highly filled materials easily with Ultradent’s unique Inspiral Brush tip. An internal helical channel and ridge smooth the product, while tight, adjustable brush fibers minimise bubbles. When placing sealants, the fine fibers work resin deep into the fissures.

  • Smooth delivery of viscous or filled materials via an internal helical channel and ridge
  • Tight, adjustable brush fibers minimise bubbles
  • Internal helical channel and ridge shear and thin viscous and/or filled materials
  • Prevents air bubble entrapment
  • 0.79mm inside diameter allows controlled delivery and less waste
  • Adjustable fiber length for ideal customisation
  • The tip prevents air bubbles from getting trapped in the resin, eliminating weak bonds
  • Consistent placement at the desired location is quick and easy
  • When placing sealants, the fine fibers work resin deep into the fissures
  • Lok-Tite ™
    Luer Lock tips which features Lok-Tite

    Luer Lock tips with Lok-Tite feature double threads that lock the tip into place for increased security, and wings for easy attachment and removal.

Indications for Use

Inspiral Brush Tip

​The Inspiral Brush tip is ideal for delivering Composite Wetting Resin, Peak® Universal Bond, PermaQuick® Resin, PQ1®, Ultradent Porcelain Etch, Ultra-Etch®, UltraSeal XT® plus™, and UltraSeal XT® hydro™.


Inspiral® Brush Tip

Helical Channel Promotes Thinning

The helical channel of the Inspiral Brush tip promotes thinning of viscous materials, like UltraSeal XT plus and UltraSeal XT hydro, prior to placement.

Tiny Fibers for Direct Delivery

​The tight fibers of the Inspiral Brush tip are small enough to deliver UltraSeal XT plus and UltraSeal XT hydro directly into the tiniest pits and fissures, ensuring proper placement and an optimal seal.

Brush End Minimizes Bubbles

​The brush end of the Inspiral Brush tip minimizes bubbles and helps work chemistries deep into pits and fissures of the occlusal surface of posterior teeth.

Easy Delivery to Facial Surfaces

​The Inspiral Brush tip can also be used to deliver chemistries to the facial surface of anterior teeth.

Technical Details

How It Works

The syringe is filled from the back of the brush, and it pushes the air out of the fibers before the liquid reaches the tip. This is valuable, as it eliminates the air that is trapped in the liquid during delivery techniques that involve dipping the brush into a well or dish. This air is what often causes a weak seal.

Why Inspiral?

Years ago, Ultradent recognized the need for a tip that would be able to deliver a pit and fissure sealant directly to a tooth and work the resin down into the fissures. Because UltraSeal XT plus and UltraSeal XT hydro are both significantly filled, the brush tip had to allow thixotropic flow. Thus, the Inspiral Brush tip was created.

The Name

Dr. Fischer recounts the development of the Inspiral Brush tip as about 20% inspiration and 80% perspiration. “As I think on it now, I probably should have called it the ‘Perspiral Tip,’” Dr. Fischer says. “However, something tells me many might not like such a name for a dental product. We'd best stay with ‘Inspiral.’”


  • Are the brush fibers of the Inspiral Brush tip adjustable?

    Yes. Simply pull the brushes out from the tip for broader delivery over a larger surface, or push them in for firmer, more precise delivery.
  • Other companies sell tips that look just like the Inspiral Brush tip. What is the difference between your tip and theirs?

    It may not seem like there are a lot of differences at first, but don’t be fooled by imitation tips. You’ll likely find that lower-quality imitations contain a lot of defective tips in each pack, which means you end up throwing a lot of them away. This wastes time, and it also wastes money, so it's best to stick with high-quality tips you can trust.
  • Where is the Inspiral Brush tip manufactured?

    The Inspiral Brush tip is manufactured in the USA.