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  1. 1. Dental Surgical Instruments Product Presentation
  2. 2. Extraction Forceps Extraction
  3. 3. #68 Forcep • Called a keyhole 68 root tip extraction forcep Extraction
  4. 4. #87 Forcep • Used for lower molar extractions; has anatomical handle • Called a Cowhorn Forcep Extraction
  5. 5. #35HP Forcep • Used for upper bicuspid teeth • Has extensions and serrations for better grip • Profile handle Extraction
  6. 6. #333S Forcep • Used for lower anterior teeth and root tips • Very fine tips for getting into tight areas Extraction
  7. 7. #351S Forcep • Used for upper root tips • Miniaturized version of 51LX Upper Root Tip forcep Extraction
  8. 8. #46N Forcep • Used to extract lower bicuspids with anatomical beaks and profile handle Extraction
  9. 9. #79N Forcep • Used to extract lower molars and/or bicuspids • Anatomical beaks with Profile Handle Extraction
  10. 10. #150 Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for upper bicuspid teeth Extraction
  11. 11. #150A Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for upper bicuspid teeth and molars Extraction
  12. 12. #151 Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for lower bicuspid teeth Extraction
  13. 13. #35M Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for upper bicuspid teeth (subgingival extensions) Extraction
  14. 14. #35L Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for lower bicuspid teeth (subgingival extensions) Extraction
  15. 15. #34 Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for upper incisor teeth (subgingival extensions) Extraction
  16. 16. #89 Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for upper left molar Extraction
  17. 17. #90 Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for upper right molar Extraction
  18. 18. #67 Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for upper 3rd molars Extraction
  19. 19. #79 Advanced Forcep • Extraction Forcep for lower molars (subgingival extensions) Extraction
  20. 20. #46LX Advanced Forcep • Lower root tip extraction forcep Extraction
  21. 21. #23 Advanced Forcep • Extraction forcep for molars • Serrated inside beaks (unique) Extraction
  22. 22. PEB Forceps • Forceps for children Extraction
  23. 23. PEB-3 Forcep • Child Forcep used for extracting upper molars (note the extended tips) Extraction
  24. 24. PEB-6 Forcep • Child Forcep used for extracting lower molars (note the extended tips) Extraction
  25. 25. Bone Harvesters Bone Harvesters
  26. 26. Bone Harvester • Collects bone aseptically into a collection tube • 4mm • 6mm Bone Harvesters
  27. 27. Bone Harvester, Angled • Provides improved access in posterior • 4mm Bone Harvesters
  28. 28. Elevators Elevators
  29. 29. Lexits Elevators
  30. 30. Lexits Elevators • The Lexit surgical instruments are truly unique in their design and function • Easy to use • Minimize need for flap procedures, bone removal • Decrease surgery time • Provide consistent and predictable results
  31. 31. Lexits – Directions for Use Elevators • Hold the instrument in the palm of your hand with the forefinger extended on the shaft pointing to the tip. This position allows maximum tactile sensation and instrument control. • The tip of the instrument is inserted into the periodontal ligament space in the direction of the long axis of the tooth or root. • The thin blade will penetrate the ligament space to the depth of full compression of the ligament.
  32. 32. Lexits – Directions for Use Elevators • Using a gentle axial reciprocating rotation with increased apical force, the hydraulic effect occurs from the compression of the ligament and the root wll be lifted from the confines of its bony socket. • It is important that you protect the tissues and structures adjacent to the surgical site. • It is recommended that you place the thumb and forefinger of the opposite hand around the alveolar ridge at the surgical site. • This placement increases tactile feel to detect immediately any movement of the tooth or dislocation of the EAZ Out.
  33. 33. Apical 4 • Called a #301 • Common elevator for removing teeth Elevators
  34. 34. Bein Elevators • Anatomical / ergonomic handles • 2mm, 3mm, 4mm sizes (width of tips) Elevators
  35. 35. Lindo Levien • Used to remove root tips • Jagged teeth for grip • 2 sizes (4mm, 3mm) Elevators
  36. 36. Pick-Ups Pick-Ups
  37. 37. Micro Forceps • 10cm Serrated Tipped MicroForcep for moving tissue without trauma Pick-Ups
  38. 38. Locking Pick-Ups • College pick-ups used for all items such as cotton, gutta percha Pick-Ups
  39. 39. Micro Adson • 12cm • Used to pick-up tissue • Great for microsurgery because they have smaller tips Pick-Ups
  40. 40. Periosteals Periosteals
  41. 41. Perio #9 • Used to work under flaps or papillas between teeth Periosteals
  42. 42. Anterior Periotome • Used to dissect (cut) periodontic ligaments • Technique to prepare for less traumatic extraction Periosteals
  43. 43. Posterior Periotome • Used to dissect (cut) periodontic ligaments • Technique to prepare for less traumatic extraction Periosteals
  44. 44. Retractors Retractors
  45. 45. Minnesota Retractor • Common; used to retract tissue Retractors
  46. 46. ER-1, ER-2 Retractors • Micro retractor used to hold back flaps • Micro serrations lock onto bone to ensure no slippage Retractors
  47. 47. Bayonet Retractor Retractors • Used to retract and hold flaps in place • Locks onto bone • 2 sizes – 15cm – 10cm
  48. 48. Bayonet Close-up Retractors • Note the teeth
  49. 49. Needle Holders Needle Holders
  50. 50. Crilewood, TC Needle Holders • Needle holder, 15cm with TC (tungsten carbide) insertions
  51. 51. Halsey, TC Needle Holders • Needle holder, 13cm with TC (tungsten carbide) insertions
  52. 52. Olsen Hegar, TC Needle Holders • Needle holder with scissors • 15cm (also comes in 13cm and 17cm)
  53. 53. Castroviejo, TC Needle Holders • Needle holder (16 cm) • Used with periodontists and endodontists • Also available in 14 cm and 18 cm
  54. 54. Castroviejo, TC (Curved) Needle Holders • Needle holder (16 cm) • Also available in 14 cm and 18 cm
  55. 55. Scissors Scissors
  56. 56. Straight Suture Scissor Scissors • Used for cutting sutures • Thin chord
  57. 57. Curved Suture Scissor Scissors • Used for cutting sutures • Thin chord
  58. 58. Dean Scissor Scissors • Serrated • Used for cutting suture & tissue in posterior area
  59. 59. LaGrange Scissor Scissors • Used for cutting tissue • Big scissor for the periodontist
  60. 60. SuperCut, Curved Scissors • 12cm Curved Supercut Scissor for cutting suture, tissue • Stays sharper longer
  61. 61. General Products General
  62. 62. Excavators • 3 sizes of excavators used to get into small crevices; also used in endodontics General
  63. 63. Crown Splitter • Used to remove permanent crowns • Dentist performs a cut on the crown first General
  64. 64. Implant and Bone Instruments Implant
  65. 65. Disposable Bone Collector • Optimize autogenous bone collection • Disposable suction tip Implant
  66. 66. Spring Crown Remover • 6 setting spring system allows for easy removal of crowns and bridges with no hammering • Comes with 3 autoclavable tips Implant
  67. 67. Handheld Bone Crusher • Used to crush bone Implant
  68. 68. Abutment Holder Hemostat • Holds abutments, restorative screws, impression copings and custom abutments in place Implant
  69. 69. P.I.M.C.A.D. • Utilized to screw coverscrews, healing abutments, prosthetic abutments and hard to reach retromolar pad areas and posterior tuberosities Implant
  70. 70. Adjustable Scalpel • Fits #10 and $15 blade sizes Implant
  71. 71. Dingman Forceps • Forcep to hold bone; uses delicate serrated jaws for smaller bone fragments • 2x2 sharp teeth Implant
  72. 72. Malleolar Forceps • Forcep to hold bone; uses SpeedLock to lock the forcep in place • 2x2 sharp teeth Implant
  73. 73. Bone Thickness Forcep • Measures the thickness of bone • Forcep to hold bone; uses delicate serrated jaws for smaller bone fragments Implant
  74. 74. Sternberg Retractor • Single retractor Implant
  75. 75. Large Orringer • Orringer retractor Implant
  76. 76. Biopsy Tweezer • Instrument utilized in performing biopsy procedures Implant
  77. 77. Plate/Bone Holding Forcep • Bone instrument utilized for oral surgery • Holds bone next to the surgical site Implant
  78. 78. Vogen Sesamoid Clamp • Bone instrument utilized for oral surgery • Forcep to hold bone; uses delicate tip for smaller bone fragments; locks bone into place Implant
  79. 79. Stagbeetle Forcep • Bone instrument utilized for oral surgery • Holds bone in place; locks to any thickness Implant
  80. 80. Lowman Bone Clamp • Bone instrument utilized for oral surgery • Holds bone next to the surgical site Implant
  81. 81. Surgical Alligator Forcep • Bone instrument utilized for hard-to- reach places Implant
  82. 82. Wire Twister • Bone instrument utilized for oral surgery, ortho implant dentistry Implant
  83. 83. Bone Measuring Caliper • Used to measure bone Implant
  84. 84. Combination Mallet • 25mm, 8 oz. Implant
  85. 85. Bone Well • A collection point for autogenous cadaver or synthetic bone material Implant
  86. 86. Finger-Free Crown Pliers • Holds bridges and crowns • Provides ease for smoothing and polishing margins of molar crowns • Groove in handle allows you to work on crowns at an angle and finish, dust off and polish with ease Implant
  87. 87. 30 Rongeur • Bone cutter for augmentation Implant
  88. 88. Kerrison Rongeur • Used to remove bone by taking small “bites” at a time Implant
  89. 89. Bone Packers • Two sizes to back bone into defects • 3/5mm • 4/6mm Implant
  90. 90. #9 Molt • Used in subperiosteal tunneling Implant
  91. 91. Sinus Lifts • A series of various angles to lift sinus from varying positions Implant
  92. 92. Osteotomes for Sinus Lifts • Used in direct or indirect sinus elevation Implant
  93. 93. Adult Mouth Gag • Opens and holds the maxillary arch Implant
  94. 94. Mouth Gag, Vestibulum • Used in vestibule to isolate tooth structure from cheek Implant
  95. 95. Abutment & Crown Remover • Used to remove permanent crowns without scoring • Turn-screw allows operator to remove without crushing the crown • Includes grips Implant
  96. 96. Micro Scalpels • 5 sizes of micro scalpels for cutting flaps • Handle shown is 10cm; there is also a 15cm handle used more to hold micro mirrors Implant
  97. 97. Noyes Scissors • Micro scissors for cutting sutures Implant
  98. 98. Micro Alligator Forcep • Used to reach loose fragments in difficult- to-access areas • Available in down and up angles Implant
  99. 99. Filler Carriers • Deliver filling material to the site where the root of tooth has been removed in surgery • SS-60 • SS-62 Implant
  100. 100. Endodontic Instruments Endodontics
  101. 101. Diamond Peet Forcep, 30° • Diamond-coated forcep used to remove small broken instruments from endodontic canals • 30 degree • Thin beaks Endodontics
  102. 102. Diamond Peet Forcep, 70° • Diamond-coated forcep used to remove small broken instruments from endodontic canals • 90 degree • Thin beaks Endodontics
  103. 103. Diamond Peet Forcep, 90° • Diamond-coated forcep used to remove small broken instruments from endodontic canals • 90 degree Endodontics
  104. 104. Stieglitz, 45° • Used for fragments, endodontic separated instruments in the canal • 45 degree Endodontics
  105. 105. Stieglitz, 90° • Used for fragments, endodontic separated instruments in the canal • 90 degree Endodontics
  106. 106. Fragment Forcep, Straight Endodontics • Used to remove posts, endo files and anything in the tooth canal • Straight tip
  107. 107. Fragment Forcep, 90° Endodontics • Used to remove posts, endo files and anything in the tooth canal • Right angle • Also available in TC
  108. 108. Fragment Forcep, 125mm Endodontics • Used to remove posts, endo files and anything in the tooth canal • 125mm • Curved • Also available in TC
  109. 109. RM-Scoop Endodontics • Double-ended excavator used to remove broken instruments in endodontic canals
  110. 110. Bayonet Retractor Endodontics • Used to retract and hold flaps in place • Locks onto bone • 2 sizes – 15cm – 10cm
  111. 111. Bayonet Close-up Endodontics • Note the teeth
  112. 112. Castroviejo, TC Endodontics • Needle holder (16 cm) • Used with periodontists and endodontists • Also available in 14 cm and 18 cm
  113. 113. Castroviejo, TC (Curved) Endodontics • Needle holder (16 cm) • Also available in 14 cm and 18 cm
  114. 114. Crown Remover Endodontics • Used to remove temporary crowns
  115. 115. MicroJacquette (MJ) Endodontics • Used to eliminate necrotic debris around the root
  116. 116. 1-X Explorer Endodontics • Explorer for Apiceoctomies (surgery for endodontics)
  117. 117. Perf Paddles 1, 2 Endodontics • Various sized paddles (malleable) • Used to repair perforations inside endodontic canals
  118. 118. MC-1 Condenser Endodontics • Smallest condenser for Apiceoctomies • Double-ended
  119. 119. LC-1 Condenser Endodontics • Condenser for Apiceoctomies • Double-ended
  120. 120. LC-2 Micro Condenser Endodontics • Micro-condenser under magnification to condense material in surgically prepared endodontic canal
  121. 121. Discoid Burnisher Endodontics • Used to carry and condense retrograde material to the apical site
  122. 122. Noyes Scissor Endodontics • MicroScissors for cutting tissue, suture under magnification • 12cm • Curved also available
  123. 123. Large Curettes Endodontics • Left & Right (Angled and Straight) to cut under tissue flaps and retractor tissue; commonly used in endodontic surgeries
  124. 124. Mini Curettes Endodontics • Left and right curettes used to cut under tissue flaps and retractor tissue; commonly used in endodontic surgeries
  125. 125. Diamond Mirrors Endodontics • Top of the line Diamond- coated Micro Mirrors used under magnification • Sizes – DM-1 5mm round – DM-2 3mm round – DM-3 Oval – DM-4 Rectangle
  126. 126. Filler Carriers Endodontics • 3 different sizes to deliver filling materials to the site where the root of tooth has been removed in surgery
  127. 127. Micro JW-17 Endodontics • Used in calcified canals • Used to get into difficult canals for endodontic cases • Very thin
  128. 128. DG-16 Explorer Endodontics • Everyday endodontic canal explorer
  129. 129. JW-17 vs. DG-16 Close-up Endodontics • Shows the difference between both explorers • DG-16 (left) • JW-17 (right)
  130. 130. KC-33 Explorer Endodontics • A heavier, sturdier canal explorer
  131. 131. Non-Locking College Forcep Endodontics • Non-locking, light weight college forcep
  132. 132. MD-Cleanser 17% EDTA Endodontics • Used in endodontic canals • Improves lubrication of files
  133. 133. MD-ChelCream 19% EDTA Endodontics • Used in endodontic canals • Improves lubrication of files
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