Extraction Forceps Lower Molars – 86 Premium
Curved Beak: The forceps are typically designed with a curved beak that matches the contour of the lower molar tooth.
This curvature helps in gaining better access and grip during the extraction process.
Serrated Tips: The beaks of the forceps often feature serrated or textured tips.
These serrations provide enhanced grip and minimize the risk of slippage during extraction.
Material: Extraction forceps are commonly made of high-quality stainless steel, which offers durability, resistance to corrosion, and ease of sterilization.
Size and Shape: The forceps are specifically designed to accommodate the unique characteristics of lower molars.
They typically have a larger size and a shape that suits the anatomical structure of the lower molar teeth.
Premium Construction: The forceps are crafted using high-quality materials, such as premium-grade stainless steel, ensuring durability, longevity, and resistance to corrosion.
Is an extraction forceps ideally used in the extraction of Mandibular molars
Extraction Forceps are a perfect need for extractions in minor oral surgery.
Tooth Extracting forceps are used to extract teeth designed for use in specific areas of the mouth.
The beak is shaped to conform snugly to the contour of the tooth. This makes it easier to reach different teeth effectively.
Dental forceps handles are shaped so that a maximum amount of force can be applied to the beaks, while the handles are still in a comfortable position for the
Beaks are perpendicular to the handle.
Both the beaks have symmetrical designs. Beaks are cylindrical with a gradual taper to end in a pointed tip.
Beaks do not converge completely when handles are closed to approximate the tooth.
Beaks use Buccal & Lingual cortical plates as a fulcrum.
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