The dental instruments consist of two basic types: hand tools and power tools. The hand tools are used for simple tasks. The hand tools include the dental forceps (very thin triangular prongs) and the dental pliers (very thin straight and hooked tubes). The power tools are usually very small and shaped like saws and screwdrivers. Both the hand tools and the power tools are used for simple tasks. They are used for the removal of teeth, by removing the root of the tooth. The use of forceps requires the most training and experience, and the effect of the forceps must be controlled. This requires a great deal of effort and control from the dentist or dental professional. However, they are the easiest tool to use and usually the most reliable. Orthodontic mirrors Orthodontic telescopes & splinting devices Orthodontic screws, the bridge with Bradley wires & clamps Orthodontic braces Orthodontic appliances. Orthodontic apparatus Orthodontic appliances (brushes). One way or another, the user needs to provide the exact measurements and angles, and furthermore be familiar with the given terms. One thing is for sure: this process will surely be easy to set up and control and will prevent the costly mistakes that can occur due to a lack of exact information. Nonetheless, we should all bear in mind that the right instrumentation can help a dentist perform a more efficient dental examination.

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