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SERSD Junior MidTerm Performance Exam Instrument ID
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is a medical device used to hold body tissues together after an injury or surgery
To prevent the patient's mouth from closing during the procedure
To retract tissue, to remove small root tips, to clamp off blood vessels, to grasp loose objects
Beaks are shorter than hemostat. Has fine serrations with a groove down the center of each beak to hold the suture needle.
Surgical suction tip - Disposable
To aspirate blood and debris from the surgical site. One time use, disposable
Surgical Scissors- Tissue
To cut sutures and to trim soft tissue
Surgical Scissors - Dean
used for removing larger portions of tissue, one serrated blade
For curettage and debridement of the tooth socket or diseased tissue. (Working end is spoon shaped).
Rongeur - Side cut
To trim and shape the alveolar bone after extractions. Cutting end is pointed
Rongeur - End cut
To trim and shape the alveolar bone after extractions, cutting surface is located at the end of the instrument working end and is rounded in shape
Used to retract tissue and lift the mucoperiosteum from the bone
Used to lift full thickness soft tissue flaps.
Used to detach the periosteum (bone covering) and gingival tissues from around the tooth prior to the use of the extraction forceps.
To loosen tooth from periodontal ligament, to separate and lift tooth from socket
Tissues Forcep - Adson
pick ups, for holding and manipulating delicate tissues
Straight - Maxillary teeth incisors, canines, round slim beaks that form a peak. Not offset.
extract mandibular incisors, bicuspids, and root tip.
Neck and beak of the forcep has more of a bend then the Maxillary 150.
Forcep Mead 3
Mandibular, sometimes called an ASH forcep
incisors, premolars, and roots
Forcep # 23
first and second molar
"horn-shaped" beaks/ universal
"cow horns" / straight handle
Forcep Mead 4
Molar, Sometimes called ASH forcep
angeled in which the beaks are turned, thick beaks
Molt Mouth Gag
To hold patients mouth open during a dental procedure. Often used for sedated patients, locking device.
Dental X-ray Film size 2
Function : used for bitewing and periapical film images, may also be used for occlusal image for a child
Dental intraoral digital sensor
Function: to take digital intraoral images. Direct digital radiographs
RINN XCP Anterior
Function: to position and hold an imaging device for anterior periapical image using the Paralleling Technique
RINN XCP Posterior
Function: to position and hold an imaging device for posterior periapical image using the Paralleling Technique
RINN XCP Bitewing
Function: to position and hold an imaging device for bitewing image using the Paralleling Technique
X-ray View Box
Function: to view film images for diagnosis
Digital Imaging System Phosphoric Plates
Utilizes reusable Phosphoric plates, computer, scanning system Scan X. Indirect digital images
Dental X-ray film mount
Function: are used for arranging, displaying and supporting dental radiographs. They can also be used to store dental X-rays and to protect them against stains, scratches, or lose.
Basic set up
Mouth mirror, explorer, cotton pliers
a flexible lead shield used to protect the patients reproductive and blood forming tissues from scatter radiation
Machine used to construct bleaching trays and mouth guards.
Used to provide temporary coverage and protection of a tooth
Dispensing gun and mixing tip
Used to mix and dispense dental materials
Indirect digital radiography image plate
typically consist of a combination of paper and plastic; available is different sizes. Provides good visibility of the contents on the plastic side.
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