Define the techniques of instrument retrieval, Biology

Define the Techniques of Instrument Retrieval

  • Endo Extractor (Brasseler)

a. Hollow tube bonded to coronal tip of separated instrument by cyanoacrylate adhesive, withdrawal all together

  • Extractor System (Roydent)
  • Masserann Kit (Medidenta)
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