Orthodontics is the study of the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of irregularities of the teeth and jaws. Orthodontic instruments are used in conjunction with fixed and removable appliances.
Most orthodontists and general dentists use orthodontic pairs for a variety of specific tasks, including like loop forming and contouring, as well as torqueing and placing stops in the arch-wire.
Orthodontic pliers are used for adjustment of the appliances, placement, and removal.
Most commonly used pliers are
Young lopping bending pliers has one flat prong and another rounded prong with steps. It is used to form loops and circle various appliances.
Adam pliers have flat beaks it is used to hold the appliances. It is also used to construct Adams Clasp.
Aderer pliers or three prong pliers are used for forming loops, its precision aligned tips, and tapered prongs are used for fine wire bending.
Orthodontic pliers are used by orthodontists and lab technicians for
- appliances construction and adjustment
- bending wires
- precision aligning the tips
- fine bending
- forming and closing loops
MediTools pliers are made of surgical grade stainless steel and individually handcrafted to aesthetic and corrosion resistance.