Dental Instruments – Carvers
Dental carvers are a type of dental instrument used to shape and contour dental restorative materials such as composite resin or dental amalgam. They are available in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit different clinical situations and personal preferences.
The blade of a dental carver is usually made of stainless steel or a high-strength metal alloy and is very sharp to allow for precise carving and shaping of dental materials. The handle of the carver is often made of a lightweight and durable material such as plastic or metal, and may feature a textured grip for enhanced control and comfort during use.
Dental carvers are an essential tool in restorative dentistry and are used to create the desired shape and contour of the dental filling or restoration, allowing for a more natural and aesthetically pleasing result. Proper technique and skill with dental carvers are important to achieve optimal clinical outcomes.