NO. 17# Orthodontic pliers for mandibular molar/Dental pliers/Extracting forceps

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Place of Origin:
Shanghai, China (Mainland)
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The Basis of Surgical Instruments
Dental extraction forceps
stainless steel
Ultrasonic Cleaned:
QC Passed:
Surface finish:
mirror gloss finish
Individually Packed
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Supply Ability:
10000 Piece/Pieces per Month
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Packaging Details
one piece per bag
Tianjin, Shanghai
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within 3-7 working days after payment

NO. 17# Orthodontic forceps used for the maxillary premolar

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Technical Specifications

Material: Stainless Steel
Rusting Prevention Procedure: Passivated
Ultrasonic Cleaned: Yes
Lubricate: Yes
Polished: Yes
Sand-Blasted: No (but possible)
Dull-Polished: No (but possible)
Usage: Left Hand or Right Hand
Tests Performed: Boil Test, Performance Test, Shape Test
Packing: Individually Packed
QC Passed: Yes
Availability: Available



Common Uses:


Tooth extracting forceps are used to extract tooth, designed for use in specific areas of the mouth.


The beak is shaped to conform snugly to the contour of the tooth. This makes it easier to reach different teeth effectively.


Dental Forceps handles are shaped so that a maximum amount of force can be applied to the beaks, while the handles are still in a comfortable position for the oral surgeon.


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Forceps Used for Different Types of Teeth: 

1#: Use for maxillary incisors


8#: Use for maxillary premotar


10#:Use for the 3rd molar


15#:Use for mandibular molar


16#:Use for mandibular molar


17#:Use for mandibular molar


18L:Use for maxillary left molars


18R:Use for maxillary right molars


23#:Use for upper incisors&molars


32#:Use for maxillary premotor and roots


44#:Use for mandibular incisor and roots


46#:Use for mandibular incisors


48#:Use for maxillary roots


53R:Use for the 1st and 2nd right maxillary molar


53L: Use for the 1st and 2nd left maxillary molar


65#:Use for maxillary roots


69#:Use for chip and roots


88R:Use for the 1st and 2nd right maxillary molar


88L: Use for the 1st and 2nd left maxillary molar


150#:Use for maxillary premolar and incisors


210#:Use for maxillary 3rd molars


222#:Use for mandibular 3rd molar



Types of Human Teeth


The types of human teeth are the maxillary teeth of the upper jaw or jawbone, and the mandibular teeth of the lower jaw or jawbone, whether whether incisors, cuspids and pre-molars, or molars and third molars. The incisors are the four upper and four lower front teeth; the upper and lower cuspids, or canine teeth, are the single teeth found on either side of the incisors; the upper and lower premolars or bicuspids, are the two teeth found on either side of the cuspids; while the upper and lower molars are the three back teeth, the third of each set being known as wisdom teeth.



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