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  1. TYPES OF STAINLESS STEEL USED IN MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS

    TYPES OF STAINLESS STEEL USED IN MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS

    Stainless Steel used in Instruments and wearable Metal Objects

    Stainless Steel is a generic term commonly used to describe a group of Iron-based alloys which exhibit a phenomenal resistance to rusting or corrosion because of it’s Chromium content. Chromium has been added in small amounts to strengthen Steel since the Famous Eads Bridge spanned the Mississippi River at St. Louis, Missouri, in 1872. But it was only discovered in the present century that when Iron was alloyed with Chromium in excess of 10%, and Carbon held suitably low, it was effectively rustproof. The term “Stainless” was
    first used to describe steel cutlery that was produced in Sheffield England in C.1916. In 1913 316L stainless Steel was first patented, In 1926 a Stainless Steel composed of 18% Chromium and 8% Nickel was

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  2. INSTRUMENTS USED IN DENTAL EXAM

    Basic Dental Examination Kit

    Basic Dental Examination Kit is necessary for a routine dental examination of patients. Medical Tools 03 Instruments Basic Dental Examination Kit is compiled for students and professionals. All Tools are made from stainless steel and used by professionals.

    We also make custom design kits items to meet with specific needs of students and teachers.

    Kit Includes:

    • Mouth Mirror with Handle
    • College Tweezers 15cm
    • Explorer 17/23
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  3. PERIODONTAL LUXATORS

    A Dental instrument used to extract teeth. This specially designed periodontal ligament knife has a fine tapered blade that compresses the alveolar, cuts the membrane, and eases the tooth from its socket. The ability to reduce trauma during tooth extraction is becoming increasingly important, especially for patients requiring subsequent implant placement with minimal bone loss. Medical Tools dental Luxators are specially designed periodontal ligament knives with a fine tapered blade that compresses the alveolar, cuts the membrane, and gently eases the tooth from its socket reducing damage to surrounding tissue and keeping a better anatomy for an implant site.

    The Luxator Instruments are used by cutting and rocking instead of the traditional elevating methods of lifting and prying. The rigid thin blade of the Luxator is inserted into the periodontium two-thirds the length of the root, allowing the final loosening and removal of the tooth to be performed with minimal amou

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  4. DENTAL KIT FOR HOME

    Dental Kit for Home

    Home Dental Kit, is chosen by dentists for home and travel use. The approved dental implements are what dentists use to keep smiles cleaner and healthier gums.

    Home Dental Kit Includes:

    • Dental Scalar
    • Dental Probe / Explorer
    • Dental Tweezers
    • Dental Mouth Mirror Handle
    • Mouth Mirror
    • Magnifying Mouth Mirror

    We use finest raw materials in each of our products. The manufacturing facilities for each product strictly adhere to FDA Good Manufacturing Practices Regulations for Medical Devices. All instruments are professionally used by dentists and our instruments are approved and recommended by dentists.

    Solution for Foreign Objects lodged in Teeth

    For some people, it is annoying, while for others, it can cause a real problem. An object stuck between the teeth can go from a minor inconvenience to a dental emergency if it is no

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  5. HOW TO EVALUATE QUALITY OF SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS?

    How to evaluate quality of surgical instruments?

    Surgical instruments are specially designed tools to perform specific operation; some surgical instruments are designed for general use in surgery, while others are designed for a specific procedure or surgery.

    As these are special tools, quality is one of the key factors whether purchasing new instruments, or merely evaluating you already own. An evaluation criterion is highly dependent on the product type and its functionality e.g. endoscopes functionality and quality should not be compared with hand tools such as scissors and forceps. However some general attributes need to consider when purchasing new instruments.

    Raw Material
    Raw material plays vital role in surgical instruments, high quality raw material instruments last longer without loosing their shape and functionality. Selection of raw material some depends on the intended function of the tool, e.g. Scissors can

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  6. LIST OF BONE RONGEURS USED IN DENTISTRY

    Beyer Bone Rongeurs 18.0cm
    Blumenthal Bone Rongeurs 15.5cm
    Blumenthal Bone Rongeurs 15.5cm
    Blumenthal Bone Rongeurs 15.5cm
    Boehler Bone Rongeurs 15.0cm
    Cleveland Bone Rongeurs Fig 4, 14.0cm
    Cleveland Bone Rongeurs Fig 4A, 17.0cm
    Cleveland Bone Rongeurs Fig 5S
    Friedman Bone Rongeurs 14.0cm
    Friedman Delicate Bone Rongeurs 15.0cm
    Friedman Mini Bone Rongeurs 12.0cm
    Luer Bone Rongeurs 15.0cm
    Luer Bone Rongeurs 15.0cm
    Mead Bone Rongeurs Fig 1A, 16.5cm
    Mead Bone Rongeurs Fig 2A, 16.5cm
    Ruskin Bone Rongeurs 18.0cm

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  7. WHY ORAL SURGERY IS PERFORMED?

    Oral Surgery is a procedure in dentistry. It includes the diagnosis, surgical and related treatment of diseases, injuries and defects involving both the functional and esthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the head, mouth, teeth, gums, jaws and neck. Oral surgery can be performed for

    • Dental Implants
    • Wisdom Teeth
    • Tooth Extraction
    • Bone Grafting
    • Impacted Canines
    • Oral Pathology
    • TMJ Disorders
    • Apicoectomy
    • Jaw Surgery
    • Facial Trauma

    Medical Tools Oral Surgery Kit contains all necessary tools to perform a basic oral surgery. All instruments are made from medical grade stainless steel used by professionals.

    Kit Includes:

    • Crile-Wood Needle Holder 14cm TC
    • Goldman-Fox Scissors 12.5cm TC Curved
    • University of Minnesota Retractor
    • College Tweezers 15cm
    • Crile Forceps 1:2 14cm Curved
    • Adson Forceps 12
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  8. DENTAL EXTRACTING FORCEPS AND THEIR APPLICATION

    Forceps # Lower Incisors and Canines Upper Incisors and Canines Lower Premolars Upper Premolars Lower Molars Upper Molars Lower Roots Upper Roots Lower Third Molars Upper Third Molars Lower for Children Upper for Children
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