Instruments : Instruments for extraction

Some patients may suffer from severe damage to one or more of their teeth: decay, infection, loosening, fracture, or poor implantation are reasons that may lead to a tooth extraction (or tooth avulsion). Pulling out a tooth and replacing it with an implant is therefore a very common practice in implantology. However, extraction is often time consuming and difficult in practice: risk of root fracture, jaw fracture or haemorrhage. Frequent but delicate, this act requires an adequate technique and an appropriate material to carry out this intervention successfully.

To remove a tooth from its cavity, three movements are necessary: syndesmotomy, elevation and avulsion (or forceps). To carry out these steps, HYGITECH has designed a wide range of instruments to accompany and facilitate your extraction and mobilisation of teeth:

  • Syndesmotomes: to cut the ligament in a restricted space
  • Elevators: to dislodge the tooth from its socket
  • Forceps: to grasp the mobile tooth and extract it permanently from its socket
Each of our instruments are reusable and made of stainless steel to increase their longevity despite disinfection and sterilization cycles. As a proof of this high quality, HYGITECH offers you a lifetime warranty* on all its instruments. * Under normal conditions of use.
7 products
  • Unit price : £39.00

    Packaging : 1 unit

    Tooth luxation, the second stage of an extraction, is performed using elevators. Once the ligament has been removed, the luxating elevator will allow the tooth to be mobilised and luxated from its socket.

    £39.00
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  • Packaging : 1 unit

    Dental avulsion is the last step of an extraction and is performed with a forceps. This instrument takes the form of a pair of pliers with a variable shape and with jaws that adapt perfectly to the anatomy of the tooth for which it is used.

    £57.50
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  • Packaging : 1 unit

    Tooth luxation, the second stage of an extraction, is performed using elevators. Once the ligament has been removed, the luxating elevator will allow the tooth to be mobilised and luxated from its socket.

    £27.70
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  • Packaging : 1 unit

    The Chompret syndesmotomes are the best known and most used in their category. They are used to perform the first movement of an extraction, i.e. to cut the desmodont.

    £41.00
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  • Packaging : 1 unit

    Tooth luxation, the second stage of an extraction, is performed using elevators. Once the ligament has been removed, the luxating elevator will allow the tooth to be mobilised and luxated from its socket.

    £56.00
    In Stock
  • Unit price : £67.15

    Packaging : 1 unit

    Dental avulsion is the last step of an extraction and is performed with a forceps. This instrument takes the form of a pair of pliers with a variable shape and with jaws that adapt perfectly to the anatomy of the tooth for which it is used.

    £67.15
    In Stock
  • Unit price : £31.45

    Packaging : 1 unit

    Tooth luxation, the second stage of an extraction, is performed using elevators. Once the ligament has been removed, the luxating elevator will allow the tooth to be mobilised and luxated from its socket.

    £31.45
    In Stock