Basic Guide to Dental Instruments, Second Edition by Carmen Scheller‐Sheridan(auth.)

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36, 37) • College tweezers (p. 39, 40) • Disposable saliva ejector (p. 42, 43) • Garmer cotton wool roll holders (mandibular sealants) (p. 44, 45) • High-volume suction/low-volume suction (p. 42, 43) • Prophy handpiece (p. 74, 75) • Bristle brush (p. 84) and rubber cup (p. 85) • Flour of pumice to clean the tooth surface prior to sealant (do not use prophy paste as fluoride interferes with sealing procedure) • Acid etch, sealant material • Applicator brush (p. 90, 91) • Glass dappen dish (p. 94, 95) • Curing light (p.

Check your local health and safety guidelines for requirements of sharps’ disposal in your area LOCAL ANAESTHESIA Name Needle stick protector BLBK386-c05 July 25, 2011 60 9:25 Trim: 234mm×153mm Char Count= Basic Guide to Dental Instruments LOCAL ANAESTHESIA Set-up Local anaesthetic • Preferred type of local anaesthetic syringe • Disposable local anaesthetic cartridge • Disposable needle in desired length and gauge • Needle holder (in case of needle breakage in the mouth) (p. 183, 184) • Topical anaesthetic • Topical anaesthetic applicator • Disposable saliva ejector (p.

39, 40) • Disposable saliva ejector (p. 42, 43) • Garmer cotton wool roll holders (mandibular sealants) (p. 44, 45) • High-volume suction/low-volume suction (p. 42, 43) • Prophy handpiece (p. 74, 75) • Bristle brush (p. 84) and rubber cup (p. 85) • Flour of pumice to clean the tooth surface prior to sealant (do not use prophy paste as fluoride interferes with sealing procedure) • Acid etch, sealant material • Applicator brush (p. 90, 91) • Glass dappen dish (p. 94, 95) • Curing light (p. 108, 109) BLBK386-c05 July 25, 2011 9:25 Trim: 234mm×153mm Char Count= SECTION 5 LOCAL ANAESTHESIA Local anaesthetics provide temporary loss of sensation to a particular area of the mouth, so that the patient will not feel pain.

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