Dental Equipment

Most of the fear about paying a visit to the dentist probably comes from the intimidating set of instruments or equipment used. Dental professionals can use a number of equipment that are meant to make the dental clinic experience as pleasant as possible. The tools could be used to examine, manipulate, treat, restore, and remove teeth and surrounding oral structures and hence it is extremely important that these are of a reputable dental supplies brand. Let’s look at a few of such equipment and their functions.

Probes – Probes as the name suggest are the tools that help to check if everything is in order and these can be of different types. Sickle probes helps to check for cavities and other oral issues and the Periodontal probes can check for dental issues like gum recession.

Dental Examination Mirror – Can be used to explore the patient's oral cavity and it also acts as a mouth separator.

Dental syringe – The dentist will not be able to perform any procedures without numbing the oral areas. Dental syringes help to administer the anesthetic for dental procedures. Such syringes can also be used to rinse or dry the mouth cavity when the need arises.

Dental drill - Dental drill can help to remove any decayed portion of the tooth before filling in the cavity and also for polishing and smoothening the tooth on completion of dental surgeries.

Dental Turbines – These quick rotatory tools are used to remove hard tissues from the tooth such as enamel or prosthesis material.

Micromotors – These devices that come with different speed or torque settings are used for the treatment of semihard dental tissues. These can be attached to the end of other dental hoses.

Spoon excavator – This tool is most helpful to remove soft decay found in the tooth cavity that may be too sensitive for drills.

Burnisher – This is used to add the finishing touches or removing scratches on the surface of the teeth and especially after dental restoration procedures.

Scaler – This helps to remove calculus from above the gum line or plaque that has hardened over the years.  If the calculus is below the gum line, then a Curette can be used to remove this.

Forceps – One of the most basic tools seen at the dental clinic is the forceps. Forceps helps to separate tissues, hold them together, suture them, and to transport small objects to the oral cavity or out of it.

Suction device – Are the small hoses used to get rid of saliva or any debris that get in the way of the dental procedures.

Mould – Helps to get an accurate impression of the inside of your mouth and these can be used to identify any problems and are also used to create crowns, caps, mouth guards and braces.

Apex Locators - Endodontic devices that measure the impedance, frequency and resistance of surrounding material to ascertain the working length of the root canal to be treated.

Contra-Angle Handpieces – This device helps to remove decaying material, prepare cavities or crowns, remove fillings, as well as to finish and polish dental and restorative surfaces.

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