Dental Instruments Archive

Instruments used for Recoding Jaw Relations in Complete Denture

Jaw Relations is defined as “Any relationship of Maxilla to Mandible”. To determine the exact relation of Maxilla to mandible in edentulous patients who are getting complete denture Jaw relations is the most important step which gives you the Vertical relation and Horizontal relation of Maxilla to mandible. The Steps done in Jaw Relations are: [&hellip

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Armamentarium or Instruments used in Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery means diagnosis and treatment of oral conditions of the teeth, jaw and oral structures which require surgical intervention. The specialty is also called as Oral and Maxillofacial surgery which tends to involve a larger area of the Oral cavity and Facial muscles, nerves and bones. It involves the diagnosis and surgical treatment of [&hellip

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Tissue Holding Forceps – Instruments used in Dental Surgery to Hold/Grasp Soft tissue

Tissue Holding forceps as the name suggests are used to stabilize the Soft Tissue but holding or Grasping it to help prevent any interference by Soft tissues in Surgeries. They are used to hold tissue which is being excised or tissue ends while suturing, and also used to hold/grasp dressings and surgical materials. Tissue Holding [&hellip

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Methods of Steralization of various materials in Dental clinic

Steralization of various materials in dental clinic are very important to maintain proper hygiene and to prevent cross infection from patient to patient or patient to the dentist or dental assistants. In dental clinic there are different types of materials used and because of this all materials cannot be steralized similarly and hence various materials [&hellip

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Dental Instruments

Dental Instruments are the Tools used by the Dental Professionals to perform Dental Treatment, these instruments / Tools are used in performing many dental procedures like: Examination Manipulation Restoration Extraction Prevention (Steralization instruments) The 9 Different branches of Dentistry which are being studied have all a different set of instruments which some being the Universal [&hellip

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