International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2017, Vol. 3 Issue 4, Part C
Comparative evaluation between physics forceps and conventional extraction forceps in extraction of maxillary molars
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Sulphi Abdul Basheer
Atraumatic dental extraction preserves bone, gingival architecture, and allows for the option of future or immediate dental implant placement. A number of tools and techniques have been proposed for minimally invasive tooth removal such as physics forceps.
Methodology: Subjects were divided into two groups including Conventional & Physical forceps for extracting of maxilliary molars. Parameters like fracture of the bone, Cortical plate, gingival laceration, healing, bleeding & Pain were assessed.
Results: All the parameters showed difference between physical group than conventional forceps.
Conclusion: The biomechanical design of physics forceps decreases the incidence of root fracture, and maintains the buccal bone plate, which is essential for the proper healing of an immediately placed dental implant.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Sulphi Abdul Basheer. Comparative evaluation between physics forceps and conventional extraction forceps in extraction of maxillary molars. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2017; 3(4): 152-154.