Tooth Extracting Forceps
Tooth extracting forceps are designed for use in specific areas of the mouth. The beak is always shaped to conform snugly to the contour of the tooth. for example, both beaks of maxillary forceps are usually angled away from the curvature of the handles. These varying angles make it easier to reach various parts of the arch. The beaks of mandibular forceps are usually at a much sharper angle and in the same direction as the curvature of the handles. This makes it easier to reach different parts of the lower arch.
No. 90, 89, 86, 74n, 73 & 67
Dental Extracting Forceps
Dental extracts instruments are very specific to tooth extraction. We make sure that there is no harm incurred to the gums and to other tooths due to the instrument. The bending design is specially put to reach one teeth at a time. Relatively sharp ends provide better hold of the teeth and firm grip. It needs experienced handling by the dentists. There are various size and patterns available for better application.
No. 51a, 18, 17, 13, 7, 1.