10. Crown and Bridge Restorative Instruments

Crown and Bridge Restorative Instruments

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image Gingival Retraction Cord Instrument

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Function ent

To place gingival retraction cord in sulcus area after tooth is prepared for a crown and before final impressions are taken

Characteristics ent

Practice Note ent

Gingival Retraction Cord Instrument is mainly used on crown and bridge tray setup unless gingiva needs to be retracted for a restorative procedure.

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image Gingival Retraction Cord Instrument must be cleaned, bagged individually or bagged/wrapped in a tray setup, and then sterilized. A chemical/steam indicator device should be included in the wrapping.

image Crown and Bridge Scissors

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Functions ent

Characteristics ent

Practice Note ent

Crown and Bridge Scissors are used on other restorative tray setups.

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image Crown and Bridge Scissors must be cleaned, bagged individually or bagged/wrapped in a tray setup, and then sterilized. A chemical/steam indicator device should be included in the wrapping. Hinged instruments should be processed open and unlocked.

image Contouring Pliers

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Function ent

To crimp and contour marginal edge of temporary crown or stainless steel crown

Characteristics ent

Practice Note ent

Contouring Pliers are mainly used on crown and bridge tray setup.

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image Contouring Pliers must be cleaned, bagged individually or bagged/wrapped in a tray setup, and then sterilized. A chemical/steam indicator device should be included in the wrapping. Hinged instruments should be processed open and unlocked.

image Provisional Crown–Removing Forceps

Jan 8, 2015 | Posted by in Dental Nursing and Assisting | Comments Off on 10. Crown and Bridge Restorative Instruments
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