iM3 Catalogue - Europe - Flipbook - Page 32
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Extraction forceps are used to grasp the tooth and remove from
the alveolus after it is loosened. The small size and spring in the
handle helps prevent excessive force and the risk of breaking
the tooth. Overall length 125 mm (5”).
Extraction Forceps - Cat and Small Dog
These smaller, fine extraction forceps are designed to grasp
small teeth. The spring action allows their use without excessive
force being applied to the tooth crown.
Extraction Forceps - Cat and Small Dog Right Angle
Designed by iM3 for easier extraction of cat, small dog and
deciduous teeth. Parallel right angle jaws reduce the risk of
tooth fracture during extraction. By not meeting at the end, they
reduce the risk of breaking off cats teeth. Small handles provide
a more tactile feel.
Tartar Removing Forceps
The curved beak of the forceps allow for easy removal
of heavy calculus from the tooth surface, decreasing the
chance of fracturing the tooth.
Root Extraction Forceps
Spring loaded root extraction forceps have grooved tips with
fine curved ends ideal for root extraction or as an alternative to
regular extraction forceps (D1012) as the small jaws are suitable
for small teeth. 6” / 150mm.
Root Extraction Forceps - Cat and Small Dog Curved
The new smaller Extraction Forceps – Cat and Small Breed Dog
are great for smaller mouths thanks to their smaller size and
grooved tips which meet when closed. Fine curved ends make
them ideal for root extraction or as an alternative to regular
Fragment Extraction Forceps
Root fragment forceps are ideal for extracting mobile broken
root fragments and small, delicate teeth. The grooved and
serrated jaws assist with grasping fragments. Overall length 138
mm (5 1/2”).