Dental Instruments – Bone Syringe & Forceps
Bone syringes and forceps are dental instruments used in dental surgeries to remove and manipulate bone tissue.
Bone syringes, also known as bone grafting syringes, are used to inject bone graft material into the surgical site. The syringe has a plunger that is used to apply pressure to the bone graft material, allowing it to be inserted into the site.
Bone forceps are used to manipulate and remove bone tissue. They have a scissor-like design with sharp tips and a strong grip, allowing for precise control during surgery. Bone forceps are commonly used in procedures such as dental implant placement, bone grafting, and orthodontic surgery.
Both bone syringes and forceps are typically made of high-quality stainless steel, which is durable, easy to clean, and resistant to corrosion. Proper cleaning and sterilization of these instruments are essential to prevent the transmission of infections from one patient to another.