Dental Instruments – Dressing & Tissue Forceps
Dressing and tissue forceps are dental instruments used in a variety of procedures, including the placement and removal of dressings and sutures. These forceps come in various shapes and sizes, and their tips may be smooth or serrated to provide a secure grip on tissues.
Some common types of dressing and tissue forceps include:
- Adson Tissue Forceps: These forceps have small, pointed teeth at the tip and are commonly used to grasp delicate tissues during surgical procedures.
- Brown-Adson Forceps: These forceps have larger, broader teeth at the tip and can be used to hold dressings or to grasp tissue during surgical procedures.
- Backhaus Towel Clamps: These forceps are used to hold surgical drapes or towels in place during procedures.
- Kelly Hemostatic Forceps: These forceps have a locking mechanism to hold tissues firmly in place and are commonly used in procedures to control bleeding.
- Allis Tissue Forceps: These forceps have multiple, small teeth along the entire length of the tip and are commonly used to grasp and hold tissue during surgical procedures.
- Dressing Forceps: These forceps have a smooth tip and are commonly used to handle sterile dressings during procedures.
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