Physics Forceps Separators Essential Kit
Physics Forceps Separators™ are uniquely designed instrumentation to assist in the atraumatic extraction process. The Separators are easier and faster to use than traditional instrumentation and provide all that you need to prepare for an atraumatic extraction of a tooth or root tip. The Separators design and packaging is based on extensive clinical evaluations by key opinion leaders resulting in a convenient and streamlined set of just three (3) Separators.
GOSS1 - Separator #1 Blue Titanium Bayonet
GOSS2 - Separator #2 Blue Titanium Straight
GOSS3 - Separator #3 Blue Titanium Curved
Separator™ #1 - Bayonet
Separator™ #1 is designed with a bayonet shaped tip to be used interproximally. The fine points or blades of the bayonet tip facilitates sulcular retraction and easily engages into the PDL space. The thin and sharp profile, and sharpened edges of the design, sever the ligaments efficiently and expand the alveolus laterally.
Indications for Use: Interproximally in the upper or lower arch
Separator #2 - Straight
This instrument is designed with a straight shaped tip to be used on facial surfaces. The Straight Separator™ #2 can be advanced easily into the tightest of periodontal spaces to sever the fibers and start the atraumatic extraction process.
The completely straight design of this Separator™ enables a direct transfer of apical force to the tip of the instrument to quickly sever the PDL and expand the socket laterally in preparation for an atraumatic extraction.
Indications for Use: Facial surfaces in the upper or lower arch
Separator #3 - Curved
This instrument is designed with a curved shaped tip to be used on lingual surfaces. The Curved Separator™ #3 can be advanced easily into the tightest of periodontal spaces to sever the fibers and start the atraumatic extraction process. It severs the ligaments efficiently and expands the alveolus laterally making space or a purchase point for the Beak of the Physics Forceps, or other extraction instrumentation of choice.
Indications for Use: Lingually in the upper and lower arch, with better access to posterior teeth.
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