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Oral Surgery Extraction Instruments
Straight Elevator To loosen tooth from peridontal ligaments before extraction To separate and lift tooth from socket
Luxating Elevator To cut periodontal ligaments before extraction To rock tooth back and forth before extraction
Periotomes To cut periodontal ligaments for atraumatic tooth extraction To use when dental implant placement is indicated
Root Elavators To loosen root To separate and lift root from socket To use on posterior teeth
T-Bar Elevators To loosen tooth from periodontal ligaments before extraction To separate tooth from alveolus To use on posterior teeth
Root-Tip Elevators To lift and remove fragments of root
Root-Tip Picks To lift and remove small root tips in difficult areas
Rongeurs To trim and remove excess alveolar bone after extraction of teeth To contour alveolar bone after single or multiple extractions
Bone File To remove or smooth rough edges of alveolar bone
Surgical Chisel To split or section a tooth for easier removal by tapping on chisel with mallet To reshape or contour alveolar bone
Surgical Mallet To use with bone chisel to section tooth for easier removal by tapping on chisel with Surgical Mallet To use with bone chisel to reshape or contour alveolar bone
Universal Maxillary Forceps No. 10S To extract maxillary molars
Universal Maxillary Forceps No. 16 To extract mandibular first and second molars
Mandibular Forceps No. 17 To extract bifurcated mandibular right first or second molars
Maxillary Right Forceps No. 88R To extract trifurcated maxillary right first or second molars
Maxillary Universal Forceps 150 To extract maxillary centrals, laterals, cuspids, premolars and roots
Mandibular Universal Forceps 151 To extract mandibular centrals, laterals, cuspids, premolars, and roots
To extract mandibular anterior teeth Mandibular Anterior Forceps
Maxillary Root Forceps To extract maxillary roots
Mandibular Root Forceps To extract mandibular roots
Implant System To use for implant surgery
Implant To use for implant surgery
Extraction of Maxillary Right First Molar
Extraction of Impacted Mandibular Molar
1 Old techniques and instruments.. No longer used!!
Elevators & Surgical Extractions Elevators 1. Facilitate tooth removal 1. Facilitate tooth removal 2. Minimize breakage of teeth 2. Minimize.
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INSTRUMENTS AND TECHNIQUES Dr. Mumena 1/27/
Introduction to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Introduction Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a specialty dealing with surgical correction of wide spectrum.
Instruments in Oral Surgery
Instrumentation for Basic Oral Surgery Part II Dr. Rahaf Al-Habbab BDS. MsD. DABOMS Diplomat of the American Boards of OMFS Consultant of Oral and Maxillofacial.
Universal Surgical Instruments. To hold patient’s mouth open during procedure Mouth Prop.
17: 7 Identifying Dental Instruments and Preparing Dental Trays.
Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Chapter 56 Copyright 2003, Elsevier Science (USA). All rights.
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم. Instruments used in tooth extraction.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Chapter 56 Copyright © 2009, 2006 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Module 9 Minor Oral Surgery, Anaesthesia & Sedation.
Scalpel Handles Most common No. 3 Tip of scalpel handle is prepared to receive a variety of differently shaped scalpel blades. No. 3.
طه Prof. Ragab Shaaban Text book Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial surgery Peterson-Hupp.
Complications of Extraction of Impacted Teeth. Outline I.Soft Tissue Injuries II.Complications with the Tooth Being Extracted III.Injuries to Adjacent.
Differences in surgery regarding age DIFFERENCES IN SURGERY REGARDING AGE y/o> 30 y/o Periodontal Healing Bone Epithelial attachments good bone growth.
Pre-Prosthetic Surgery Dr. Omnia Sultan Asst. Prof of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.
Mechanical Periotome. Reciprocating tip in a vertical direction Setting a new standard for trauma free extractions, The new Luxator LX mechanical periotome.
Tooth Transplantation. a viable alternative endodontic treatment or extraction ? fixed or removable prosthetic treatment is not ideal treatment in adolescent.
Dental Assisting skills DHO 17.2 Identifying the Teeth.
Bilateral Maxillary Sinus Lift Right side is planned as a staged sinus lift procedure with the surgical removal of the second bicuspid Right side is planned.
BASIC ORAL ANATOMY. Oral Cavity (mouth) The entire oral cavity is lined with mucous membrane tissue. The oral cavity consists of the following two areas:
Two Types of Extractions Closed Involves simple luxation or elevation without the removal of alveolar bone,
ELEVATORS STRAIGHT ELEVATORS STRAIGHT ELEVATORS STRAIGHT APEXO COUPLAND.
25 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 2 Branch of dentistry that focuses on diagnosis and treatment of diseases, injuries, and malformations.
DENTAL UNIT. Dental Abbreviations ADA-American Dental Association ADAA-American Dental Assistant Association DANB-Dental Assistant National Board.
24-2: Oral Cavity. © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc The Oral Cavity Functions of the Oral Cavity 1. Sensory analysis Of material before swallowing.
2 3. Teeth are the hard material of our mouth which are composed of calcium, phosphorus, and other mineral salts which help us to eat food.
Tooth Morphology. Dentition Dentition Dentition Natural teeth in position in the dental arch. Natural teeth in position in the dental arch. Arch Arch.
Resource Reading: Chapter 17 – pp. 158 – end of chapter.
Bone Packs. 2 Rongeurs 4 Bone-Cutting Forceps.
MAXILLARY MANDIBULAR. Universal Numbering SystemPalmer NotationFederation Dentaire.
EVALUATION AND SELECTION OF ABUTMENTS. CONTENTS Definition Function & Ideal Abutment Types Classification Factors or Criteria for selection of an abutment.
R و ما أوتيتم من العلم الا قليلا د.برع سلطان مدرس جراحة الفم والوجه والفكين BDS, MSc, FICMS.
Principles of teeth extraction. Methods of tooth Extraction: There are 2 basic methods of tooth removal: Simple tooth extraction and surgical extraction.
Management of Impacted Teeth Part II Dr. Rahaf Al-Habbab BDS. MsD. DABOMS Diplomat of the American Boards of OMFS Consultant of Oral and Maxillofacial.
BY DR/HODA FANSA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ORAL BIOLOGY UMM AL QURA UNIVERSITY Human Dentition.
Surgical Procedures Involved in Exodontia Exodontia (extraction of a tooth)
Periapical radiography. Main indications Detection of periapical infection Detection of periapical infection Assessment of the periodontal status Assessment.
The Jaws Incisor Canine Premolar Molar.
9 Tooth Morphology. 2 Dental Arches Dentition: arranged in two arches –Maxillary arch-upper –Mandibular arch-lower Each arch has identical number of teeth.
Copyright © 2006 Thomson Delmar Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 1 PowerPoint ® Presentation for Introduction to Dental Assisting Module: Dental Records,
FACULTYOF Dentistry FACULTY OF Dentistry ORAL BIOLOGY DEPARTEMENT FACULTYOF Dentistry FACULTY OF Dentistry ORAL BIOLOGY DEPARTEMENT.
Indcations And Contra-Indications Of Extractions
MAXILLARY ANESTHESIA. Techniques of Maxillary Anesthesia Local Infiltration Field Block Nerve Block.
Periodontics. Periodontitis Periodontist Dentist specializes in treating tissues around the tooth. Peri = around Dont = tooth Periodontal tissues (Periodontium)
R و ما أوتيتم من العلم الا قليلا د.برع سلطان مدرس \جراحة الفم والوجه والفكين BDS, MSc, FICMS.
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