binangle

bin·an·gle

(bin-ang'-ŭl),
1. The second angle given the shank of an angled instrument to bring its working end close to the axis of the handle to prevent it from turning about the axis.
2. A dental instrument possessing the above characteristics.
[L. bini, pair, + angulus, angle]

binangle

[bin′ang·gəl]
Etymology: L, bini, twofold, angulus, angle
a double-ended surgical or operative instrument that has a shank with two offsetting angles to keep the cutting edge of the instrument within 3 mm of the shaft axis.

bin·an·gle

(bin-anggĕl)
The second angle given the shank of an angled dental instrument to bring its working end close to the axis of the handle to prevent it from turning about the axis.
[L. bini, pair, + angulus, angle]

bin·an·gle

(bin-anggĕl)
Dental instrument in which the second angle given the shank of an angled instrument to bring its working end close to the axis of the handle to prevent it from turning about the axis.
[L. bini, pair, + angulus, angle]

binangle (bin´anggəl),

n an instrument having two offsetting angles in its shank. The angles keep the cutting edge or the face of the nib within 3 mm of the axis of the shaft.
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