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Austin retractor

Summary Information: Austin retractor

Austin retractor: An Austin retractor is a right-angled medical instrument used to temporarily move the cheek away from the oral surgery site to increase the operating field. This retractor can also be used to retract soft tissue flaps after their incision away from the tooth and root area.

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