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Dental Extraction: Taking Surgery out of Tooth Extractions


When dentists think of tooth extractions they typically think of oral surgery forceps. In this article, we will showcase our dental instruments which we prefer to call dental extraction forceps since our products and techniques have generally removed the need for performing what you would normally consider surgery.

The current selection of dental extraction forceps we offer to perform atraumatic extractions are as follows:

Physics Forceps: Standard Series Set
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The Standard Series Set includes the following instruments:

GMX 100R - Upper Right, teeth # 2 to 5
GMX 100L - Upper Left, Teeth # 12 to 15
GMX 100A - Upper Anterior, teeth # 6 to 11
GMX 200U - Universal Lower, teeth # 18 to 31

In addition to these dental extraction forceps, the set includes 48 bumper guards and an instructional DVD.

Depiction of the Standard Series bumper guards and its packaging. Please note that such bumper guards are disposable.

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Physics Forceps: Posterior Series Set

Lower Instruments
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Upper Instruments
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The Posterior Series Set includes the following instruments:

GMX 300UR - Upper Right
GMX 300UL - Upper Left
GMX 300LR - Lower Right
GMX 300LL - Lower Left
GMX DE - Distal Elevator

In addition to these dental extraction forceps, the set includes 48 bumper guards and an instructional DVD.

Please note that unlike the Standard Series Set where one bumper guard fits all the instruments, the Upper and Lower bumper guards are different size.

Depiction of the Posterior Series bumper guards and its packaging. Please note that such bumper guards are disposable.

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Physics Forceps: Pedodontic Series Set

The Pedodontic Series is similar to the Standard Series Set, but smaller in size to be used on children (aprox 20% smaller).

The Pedodontic Series Set includes the following instruments:

GMX 50R - Upper Right
GMX 50L - Upper Left
GMX 50UA - Upper Anterior
GMX 50LU - Universal Lower

In addition to these dental extraction forceps, the set includes 48 bumper guards and an instructional DVD. Please note that such bumper guards are disposable.

GMX 69 Upper Root Tip Extraction System - Oral Surgery Forceps

With current oral surgery forceps it may not be uncommon for an upper broken root tip to take 40 minutes or more to get out, or the procedure may need to be referred out to an oral surgeon.

The GMX 69 Set is the next great innovation in performing atraumatic extractions on upper root tips. The GMX 69 Upper Root Tip Extractions System is for atraumatically extracting upper root tips that are below the gumline. When a dentist cannot access the tooth with the Physics Forceps (i.e., get a good placement of the beak on the root or tooth), the GMX 69 can extract the root tip without laying a flap or performing surgery. By placing the buccal and lingual elevators between the gum and bone to the end of the root, the dentist creates a space for the GMX 69 forcep to slowly leverage the broken tooth/root tip out of its socket. With the GMX 69 Upper Root Tip Extractions System traditional oral surgery forceps are not needed and the extraction can occur easily in a matter of minutes.
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The GMX 69 Upper Root Tip Extraction System includes:

GMX 69 Forcep
Lingual side elevator
Buccal side elevator

To view a video of Dr. Richard Golden discussing the technique involved in using the GMX 69 Upper Root Tip Extraction System please click on the link below. The technique is much easier to understand by viewing the videos.

http://www.youtube.com/user/goldenmisch#p/u/6/JprZR6pr3FA

To view an animation video of the technique involved in using the GMX 69 Upper Root Tip Extraction System please click on the link below.

http://www.youtube.com/user/goldenmisch#p/u/11/eVHPsaaOsnU

Learn more and eliminate tooth extraction frustration forever at www.physicsforceps.com and by calling 1-877-987-2284. Atraumatic extractions have never been easier.

Golden Dental Solutions (formerly known as GoldenMisch).

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