GDC Bradley Root Elevator E44C

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GDC Bradley Root Elevator E44C

Precision root elevator for atraumatic tooth extractions, featuring fine-tipped blades.

GDC Bradley Root Elevator E44C

The GDC Root Elevators Bradley Standard (E44c) are precision dental instruments designed for the atraumatic and controlled extraction of teeth. These elevators feature a fine, tapered tip that aids in accessing the periodontal ligament space and gently elevating the tooth. Crafted from high-quality stainless steel, they offer durability and resistance to corrosion, ensuring longevity and hygiene. The ergonomic handle design ensures a secure and comfortable grip, enhancing the dentist’s control during extractions. With their well-balanced construction and fine-tipped blade, these elevators are a dependable choice for tooth removal procedures, reducing patient discomfort and ensuring successful outcomes.

Indication For Use:

  • Reflect mucoperiosteal membrane
  • Luxate, remove teeth that cannot be engaged by forceps
  • Remove carious or fractured roots
  • Loosen teeth prior to application of forceps
  • Split teeth that have grooves cut into them

Direction to use :-

  • Prepare the Patient: Ensure the patient is comfortably seated and adequately anesthetized to minimize discomfort during the extraction procedure.
  • Select the Correct Elevator: Choose the GDC Root Elevators Bradley Standard (E44c) or the appropriate model based on the tooth you are extracting. The E44c is typically suitable for anterior teeth.
  • Sterilization: Before use, make sure the elevator is properly sterilized following standard dental instrument sterilization protocols.
  • Proper Grip: Hold the elevator’s handle firmly, ensuring a secure and comfortable grip. The ergonomic design of the handle aids in precise control.
  • Access the Periodontal Ligament Space: Carefully insert the tapered tip of the elevator into the periodontal ligament space surrounding the tooth root. This space is the area between the tooth and the surrounding bone.
  • Gentle Elevation: Apply controlled and gentle pressure with the elevator, directing it apically (towards the apex of the root). The goal is to gradually separate the tooth from its socket by dislodging it from the ligaments that hold it in place.
  • Rotate if Necessary: Depending on the tooth’s position and the resistance encountered, you may need to gently rotate the elevator to facilitate the elevation process.
  • Assess Tooth Mobility: Periodically check the tooth’s mobility. If it starts to move, continue the elevation process until it is loose enough for extraction.
  • Remove the Tooth: Once the tooth is sufficiently loosened, use appropriate forceps to grasp and remove it from the socket.
  • Post-Extraction Care: Provide post-extraction care instructions to the patient, including any necessary wound management and pain relief measures

Warranty :- 6 months against rust 


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