Dental Extraction Forceps
Dental Extraction Forceps are used to separate teeth from the alveolar bone during extraction procedures. Each extraction forceps is created for a particular region of the mouth. The jaws are made to fit around the cervical section of the teeth. Pointed jaws are intended to control the furcation region. The forceps are positioned on the tooth so that the points of the forceps jaws grip the root beneath the lifted soft tissue. Typically, the lingual jaw is placed first and then the buccal jaw. There are many types of such forceps including Fragment Root Extraction Forceps 5 1/2", Dental Root Extracting Forceps Straight, Pediatric Extraction Forceps, Universal Extracting Forceps, Extraction Forceps Right Angled, Dental Root Extracting Forceps, Dental Extracting Forceps, Atraumatic Forceps, PEDO, Upper Universal, F1, Root Fragment Extraction Forceps 6", Extraction Forceps 32A and Atraumatic Extraction Forceps Set of 2 Upper and Lower. Specially designed for Feline/Canine with tapered jaws making complete root contact.