The thermal performance of the ultrasonic tip was investigated using images from a FLIR camera (Model: FLIR-E49001). This camera was used to capture thermal images from the ultrasonic tip with and without the spray control device and record temperature. An acrylic study model and an ultrasonic tip (model T0T, CVDentus®, São José do Campos, Brazil) were used. Thermal tests were performed using the ultrasonic tip (with and without the spray control device) in constant contact with the tooth at 30% and 100% power and at medium and maximum cooling settings (Clinical Plus (CVDentus®, São José do Campos, Brazil) for 60 seconds.

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