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Straight dental elevator

Summary Information: Straight dental elevator

Straight dental elevator: A straight dental elevator is a hand-held medical instrument with a small, straight blade that is used as a wedge to loosen a tooth and its roots from the ridge of bone (alveolar process). Dental elevators are usually used prior to dental forceps, which grasp the tooth out of the socket.

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