Syringes, Plunger, Dental, Aspiration/Irrigation
Definition : Plunger syringes used in dentistry to inject and/or aspirate a volume of solution into the working area. These devices typically consist of small syringes (3 ml is typical) and are capable of aspirating the fluid and debris, preventing their extrusion beyond the apical confines of the tooth; some may also include thumb rings and/or swivel finger bars to improve control of the syringe. Most dental irrigation syringes may be attached to blunted needles for use in endodontic procedures or to very fine needles to perform special procedures (e.g., root canal).
Entry Terms : "Aspiration/Irrigation Syringes" , "Syringes, Irrigating" , "Syringes, Aspirating" , "Dental Syringes, Irrigating" , "Syringes, Bellows" , "Syringes, Asepto" , "Irrigating Syringes"
UMDC code : 17112