Root Elevators | MEDAN BEIN 2.5mm

Root Elavators are instruments designed to loosen or remove dental roots, root fragments or teeth. HILTONBRO offers a wide range of root elevator available to suit different teeth, techniques, and locations in the mouth. Handle is made from Non-Magnet stainless steel (life time rust prevention material) while tip is made from solid and hardened stainless steel last longer.

Details:

The very narrow, slightly rounded root elevators can be easily inserted in the small interdental spaces between the deciduous teeth.

Features:

  • Most commonly used.
  • 3 types-Types 1, 2, 3
  • Type 3 has the widest blade.
  • Blade has a concave surface on the side which faces the tooth.
  • Sometimes the blade can be at an angle the shank.
  • It is placed parallel to the long axis of the roots between the socket walls and the roots and worked towards the apex.
  • Used as the straight elevator.
  • Used to elevator the free gingiva from all around the tooth prior to forceps application
Choice of Elevators:

The selection from wide range of elevation instruments based on the following factors:

  • Remaining Tooth Structure.
  • Space Available.
  • Availability and Position of Solid Fulcrum.
  • Direction of the required Movement.
Indication of Use:
  • Reflect Mucoperiosteal membrane.
  • Luxate, remove teeth which cannot be engaged by forceps.
  • Remove carious or fractured roots.
  • Loosen teeth prior to application of forceps.
  • Split teeth which have grooves cut into them.
  • Remove intra radicular bone.
Elevation of Teeth:

Wedge Elevator between tooth and bone at neck of tooth and rotate handle with slight twisting, quarter-turn movement.

Observe for Tooth movement. Do not use excessive force to avoid.

  • Crown Fracture.
  • Loosen Adjacent Teeth.

Wedge Elevator between tooth and bone at neck of tooth and rotate handle with slight twisting, quarter-turn movement.

  • 1 to 3 Year Conditional Warranty
  •  4000 time autoclavable
  •  Easy to use