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oral Surgery

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  1. 1. Principles of dental elevators Noor Abdullah Viyan Kadhium
  2. 2. What is a dental elevator? and what are its uses?
  3. 3. To reflect mucoperiosteum To remove fractured tooth or root To remove intraradicular bone
  4. 4. To luxate tooth
  5. 5. Components of the Elevator
  6. 6. Rules for application
  7. 7. Work principles of elevator
  8. 8. 1. Lever Principle three basic components: Fulcrum Effort Load
  9. 9. First Class Lever
  10. 10. second class lever
  11. 11. Third class lever
  12. 12. Wedge Principle
  13. 13. Wheel and Axle Principle
  14. 14. Classification: According to its form Straight type - Eg: Miller elevator Triangular Type- Eg: Cryer Pick Type: Two types : 1. Root tip pick 2. Crane
  15. 15. Commonly used elevators: 1. Straight Elevator- Coupland, London Hospital Pattern
  16. 16. Pott’s Elevator Miller Elevator
  17. 17. Triangular Elevators
  18. 18. Cryer Elevator
  19. 19. Pick Type: Two types: 1. Crane Pick 2. Root Tip Pick
  20. 20. Crane:
  21. 21. Root Tip Pick
  22. 22. Periosteal Elevator ! Howarth's periosteal elevator Molt periosteal elevator
  23. 23. Winter’s Elevator

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