A root elevator is mainly used for removing the tooth or fractured root from the socket. It is widely used in minor oral procedures and ensures smooth and safe removal of the tooth. Expert handling of the root elevator is quite crucial for the prevention of alveolar bone fracture and tooth fracture. The most commonly used oral root elevator set consists of seldin surgical elevator 34S, root tip elevator, surgical root elevator, and root elevator apical.
Veterinary Dentistry Root Elevators for Small Animal
This root elevator aids in small animal oral surgical procedures for removing the tooth and loosening it from the tooth's socket. It severs the tooth, so the extraction becomes easier. The main use of the root elevators includes alveolar bone fracture and subsequent tooth fracture. Here you can find a wide variety of dental elevators that we will discuss below.
Feline Luxating Root Elevator 1.3mm
The feline luxating root elevator is made to help in the feline dental extractions for lifting the small animals' teeth from the periodontal ligament (PDL). It is compact in shape, perfect for small animal use, and aids in confined oral cavities. As a result, the extraction process becomes smooth and atraumatic with this root elevator.
Surgical Root Elevator
Surgical root elevator is designed for loosening the tooth from retained roots and PDL. Veterinary dentists can be push the instrument between the gums and tooth without damaging the nearby oral structures in the mouth. Besides, it is suitable . . . . .