enamel cleaver

e·nam·el cleav·er

an instrument with a heavy shank and a short blade at about 90° to the axis of the handle; used with a hoeing motion to strip enamel from the axial surfaces of a tooth in preparation for a crown.

e·nam·el cleav·er

(ĕ-namĕl klēvĕr)
Instrument with a heavy shank and short blade at about 90 degrees to the axis of the handle; used with a hoeing motion to strip enamel from the axial tooth surfaces in preparation for a crown.