A Cross Bar for Dentists is a dental instrument used to manipulate and move dental restorations such as bridges and dentures.
Some key features of this tool include
- A metal or plastic handle with a cross-bar or T-shaped design.
- The cross-bar or T-shaped end of the tool is used to manipulate and move dental restorations.
- The handle provides a comfortable grip for the dentist to use the tool with precision.
- The cross-bar or T-shaped end is designed to fit securely into the dental restoration to provide optimal control and stability during manipulation.
- The tool is typically made of stainless steel or other durable materials that are easy to sterilize.
- The size and shape of the tool’s cross-bar or T-shaped end may vary to accommodate different types of dental restorations.
- Some cross-bar may have a single ended or double ended.
- The tool can be used to adjust and reposition dental restorations, making it an important tool in the process of fitting and adjusting dental prostheses.