Cement Spatulas are metal spatulas used to mix and load cement and other materials into crowns or inlay/onlay preparations.
Correspondingly, how much does a micro spatula hold?
Additionally, what are the types of spatulas used in dental laboratories?
- All Choose by Plastic Type.
- Amber Plastic.
- Barrier Plastics.
- PET and PETG.
- PFA, PTFE and Teflon.
What is a spatula used for in dentistry?
Spatulas are used to mix dental materials such as cement, wax or impression material. These spatulas can also be used to load the material needed into the dental preparation. Straight spatula, the handle is arabesquitic, of handling, flat and smooth.
Agate Spatula for Used For Mixing Glass Ionomer Cement.
Description. This instrument is made of high grade stainless steel and is used to condense amalgam and composite into class I and II cavity preparations. It is an essential packing instrument to insure optimal contact of the restorative material with the walls of the preparation.
A burnisher is a dental instrument commonly used to ensure that amalgam restorations are smooth and free of irregularities. The working end of a burnisher is smooth and rounded.
The straight shafted spatulas are most often used for scraping food from the sides of pots, stirring ingredients in curved bowls or folding ingredients into each other. They are generally made of a flexible silicone plastic that can move easily around and form into the shape of bowls, pans, and pots.
A spatula is “a broad, flat, flexible blade used to mix, spread and lift material.
|Handle||Hand Held Single – Ended|
|Finishing||Mirror Polish Finishing|
|Instrument Type||Dental Wax/Cement Spatula|
Agate spatula is used for mixing glass ionomer and composite resin materials in order to prevent incorporation of metal and corrosive particles in cement.