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  • 1. Instruments in Oral Surgery Jan 18, 2008
  • 2. Hemostats vs. Needle Holders Hemostats  Used for placing and removing surgical blades Needle holders  Have gold loops  Used specifically for pushing needles and suturing
  • 3. Hemostats vs. Needle Holders
  • 4. Full Thickness Flaps Mucosa, Submucosa and Periosteum  Submucosa contains nerves, arteries, veins and lymphatics We raise full thickness flaps in O.S.  Less swelling  Less bleeding  Less pain
  • 5. Chisels Monobevel-  Remove bone Bibevel  Split Teeth
  • 6. Elevators 301-smallest 34 46S-Largest
  • 7. 301 Elevator Lever action Displacement Smaller root tips
  • 8. 34 Elevator Lever action Displacement Most teeth and larger root tips
  • 9. 46S Elevator Lever action Displacement Most teeth and larger root tips
  • 10. Curved Cryers Max. Impacted 3rds Molars ONLY  Like a spoon, roll them out
  • 11. Cryer Elevator Wheel and axle Adjacent empty socket Mandibular first molars Needs sharp tip i.e. no purchase point
  • 12. East/West Wheel and axle Adjacent empty socket Mandibular first molars Needs sharp tip i.e. no purchase point
  • 13. Miller Elevator Wheel and axle Impacted maxillary thirds NOT erupted maxillary thirds Place at MB of third molar below HOC and roll to the distal
  • 14. Potts Elevators Max. Impacted 3rds Molars ONLY Wheel and axle Miller elevator with “T” handle Can deliver more force
  • 15. Bone File Used for superficial smoothing Only used with a pull-stroke Otherwise you burnish the bone
  • 16. Rongeur #4ASide cutting and end-cutting rongeursUsed by general dentistsCut bone by means of pinching
  • 17. Rongeur #5Large-bladed, side cutting rongeurs“Bone forceps”- cuts bone rather than pinchingboneCan easily pinch or cut lips and cheek tissue
  • 18. Molt Curette 2/4 #2 end is smaller to enucleate a cavity, cyst, granulomas, etc.
  • 19. Minnesota Retractor Retract mucoperiosteal flap Protect mucosa during cutting Rest on bone ONLY
  • 20. Periosteal Elevator Start with the pointed edge Reflect the flap with the broad end
  • 21. Clover Leaf Sweetheart retractor, “Weider”
  • 22. Austin Retractor Place down on bone, retracts cheek and protects
  • 23. Bone Thickness The thinnest bone is on the lingual of the third molar region Most common place to find bone spicules If bone spicule is attached to bone, reflect flap If bone spicule is separated, pull it out with tweezers, adson forceps
  • 24. Forceps Designed to attached to the anatomical crown of teeth 150 max. universal 151 mand. universal 150S/151S- pedo max. and mand.
  • 25. Forceps Maxillary forceps have a gradual S- shaped curve Mandibular forceps have 90 degree bend
  • 26. 150/151 Forceps
  • 27. Anterior Forceps Maxillary- #1 or #99 Anterior Cuspid to Cuspid- specific! Mandibular- 74 (Ash) can also use on the premolars
  • 28. #1, #99 Forceps
  • 29. 74N Forceps
  • 30. Broken Crowns Due to IRM, Deep decay, Temp. crowns, RCT “brittle teeth” 88R, 88L- maxillary 1st and 2nd molars Need furcation to engage forceps 1 prong between buccal roots 2 prongs cradle the palatal root Expands the buccal plate, can break roots and crush tissue
  • 31. 88R and 88L