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Tooth Forceps Fig #52 For Upper Roots

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  • Precision: The design of Tooth Forceps Fig. #52 allows for precise gripping of the tooth, reducing the risk of slippage during extraction.
  • Efficiency: These forceps are designed to efficiently extract teeth, making the process quicker and more effective.
  • Minimal trauma: The design of the forceps helps to minimize trauma to surrounding tissues during extraction, leading to faster healing times.
  • Versatility: Tooth Forceps Fig. #52 can be used for a variety of tooth sizes and locations in the mouth, making them a versatile tool in dental extractions.
  • Durability: High-quality materials and construction ensure that Tooth Forceps Fig. #52 are durable and long-lasting, providing reliable performance.
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Tooth Forceps Fig. #52 is used by dentists and oral surgeons use as a specialized instrument for atraumatic (minimal damage) extraction of upper molar and premolar roots. These forceps feature specific design elements that allow for optimal control, stability, and access during the extraction process.

Key Features:
  • Angled beaks: The beaks angle upward precisely to engage the crown and root anatomy of upper molars and premolars.
  • Sharp tips: The sharp and narrow tips of the beaks allow them to separate the periodontal ligament (PDL) fibers surrounding the root without causing trauma.
  • Serrated inner surfaces: The birds serrate the inner surfaces of their beaks to secure a grip on the root, preventing slippage during extraction.
  • Ergonomic handles: The handles have finger rings and palm rests designed for positioning hands comfortably and providing leverage when applying force.
  • High-quality materials: Typically made from durable stainless steel for strength, corrosion resistance, and ease of sterilization.
  • Extraction of upper molar and premolar roots, including single, bifurcated, and trifurcated roots.
  • Removal of root tips and fragments remaining after failed extractions.
  • Sectioning of multi-rooted teeth before extraction.
  • Dentists use Tooth Extraction Forceps Fig #52 to extract teeth that are damaged or causing issues.
  • These extraction forceps are also used in veterinary dentistry for tooth extraction in animals.

1. When is Tooth Forceps Fig. #52 preferred over other extraction instruments?

This forceps is ideal for extracting upper molars and premolars due to its angled beaks and narrow tips, offering better access and atraumatic extraction compared to straight forceps.

2. What are the potential risks of using this forceps??

As with any extraction procedure, potential risks include root fracture, damage to adjacent teeth, and injury to the surrounding soft tissues. Proper technique and assessment by a qualified dentist are crucial to minimize these risks.

3. How to sterilized Tooth Forceps Fig. #52?

Typically, sterilizing these forceps involves using high heat and pressure in an autoclave to ensure they are free of microorganisms.

4. From where I can purchase Tooth Forceps Fig. #52?

You can purchased this tooth forceps from

5. What are the alternative methods for extracting upper molar and premolar roots?

Alternative methods might include elevators, chisels, or surgical procedures depending on the specific case and root anatomy.

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