The dental chisel is among the most specific surgical instruments used for dental implants. This instrument is vital to the dental implant process as it is used to extract, smooth, and contour regions of the bone so that the implant's machinery can be placed. Dental chisels, including hoes, angle-forms, and disco-and claw-like double-ended chisels, are used for flattening and gluing of enamel. They have blades that end in a cutting edge and are mostly used to prepare, shape and refine, and amalgam and wax. There are many different kinds and sizes of Dental Chisels, such as Chandler, McFarland, Ochsenbein, Wakefield, Wedelstadt, Fedi, etc. All these surgical instruments are manufactured from Medical Grade Stainless.