dental syringe


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den·tal sy·ringe

a breech-loading metal cartridge syringe into which fits a hermetically sealed glass cartridge containing the anesthetic solution.

den·tal sy·ringe

(den'tăl sir-inj')
A breech-loading metal cartridge syringe into which fits a hermetically sealed glass cartridge containing anesthetic solution.

den·tal sy·ringe

(den'tăl sir-inj')
Breech-loading metal cartridge syringe into which fits a hermetically sealed glass cartridge containing the anesthetic solution.
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Students are introduced to the dental syringe, cartridge, and needle, and often begin with the use of inanimate objects for their first local anesthesia injection.
(18) Students are taught to properly hold the dental syringe, establish a stable fulcrum, recognize the correct bevel orientation of the needle and identify the point of penetration.
It differs from conventional dental syringe and needle systems because it allows the loading of the needles from the side portal and disposal of the needle without recapping and unscrewing.