Intraoral Attachment

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Model Number – NH- 77653

Brand – Niche Healthcare

Universal Serrated Slots
Wall Thickness: 0.5mm
Width: 2.0mm
Length: 1.3/1.9/3.2/4.7/5.4mm


Crimpable Hook
Universal Serrated Slots
Wall Thickness: 0.5mm
Width: 2.0mm
Length: 1.3/1.9/3.2/4.7/5.4mm

An intraoral attachment typically refers to a dental or oral health device used for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes within a hospital or dental clinic setting. Here are some common uses of intraoral attachments:

  1. Dental Imaging: Intraoral attachments, such as intraoral cameras or sensors, are used to capture detailed images of the inside of the mouth. These images are essential for diagnostic purposes, treatment planning, and monitoring oral health conditions.

  2. Orthodontic Assessments: Intraoral attachments are often employed in orthodontics to assess the alignment of teeth and the structure of the oral cavity. They aid orthodontists in planning and implementing orthodontic treatments, such as braces or aligners.

  3. Periodontal Examinations: For periodontal (gum) health assessments, intraoral attachments help in examining the health of the gums, identifying signs of gum disease, and planning appropriate periodontal treatments.

  4. Oral Surgeries: Intraoral attachments may be used during oral surgeries for visualization and precision. They help surgeons to navigate the oral cavity, identify structures, and perform procedures with accuracy.

  5. Endodontic Procedures: In endodontics (root canal therapy), intraoral attachments such as dental mirrors and intraoral cameras assist dentists in visualizing the interior of the tooth, locating root canal anatomy, and ensuring thorough cleaning and filling of the root canal system.

  6. Patient Education: Intraoral attachments play a role in patient education. By visualizing the interior of the mouth, healthcare providers can show patients specific conditions, treatment options, and areas that require attention for better understanding and informed decision-making.

  7. Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Evaluation: Intraoral attachments may be used in assessing the temporomandibular joint, helping diagnose and manage conditions related to jaw movement and joint disorders.

  8. Preventive Dentistry: Intraoral attachments contribute to preventive dentistry by allowing dental professionals to closely monitor oral health, detect early signs of dental problems, and implement preventive measures.

It’s important to note that the specific type of intraoral attachment can vary. For example, it might refer to a camera, a sensor, a mirror, or other devices designed for intraoral use. The use of intraoral attachments contributes to comprehensive oral care, diagnostics, and various dental treatments within the hospital or dental clinic environment.

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Dental Infographic

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