Dental forceps for small animals are specialised tools used by veterinarians in dental procedures involving the extraction of teeth from small animal species such as dogs, cats, rabbits, and other companion animals. These forceps are designed to provide a secure grip on the tooth, facilitating its removal while minimizing trauma to the surrounding tissues. The design of dental forceps varies based on the type of tooth being extracted, whether it's an incisor, canine, premolar, or molar. Each forceps type is tailored to the unique anatomy of the tooth, ensuring a precise and controlled extraction process. The beak of the forceps is shaped to match the curvature of the tooth's root, allowing for effective grasping and gentle extraction. These high-quality dental forceps are manufactured in accordance with BS 5194 which ensures every instrument has the correct composition, is fit for purpose and can perform the actions that they were designed for.
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