It is suitable for all ends of standard salivary spray hose for dental operation.
Made of high-quality material, smooth surface, malleable (to obtain the desired shape), with side and centre holes, round plug, length of 14 cm to 16 cm, with wire, made of stainless steel alloy, and will not block when the inner cavity is bent.
It is widely used in hospitals and dental clinics, and it is durable and reliable.
Outer diameter: 6-8 mm.
A saliva ejector is a dental device used to remove saliva, water, blood, and other fluids from a patient’s mouth during dental procedures. It is a suction device that assists in maintaining a dry and clear working area for the dentist. Here’s how a saliva ejector is used within dental settings:
Saliva and Fluid Removal: The primary purpose of a saliva ejector is to remove saliva produced by the patient and other fluids from the oral cavity. This helps maintain a clear field of vision and provides a dry environment for the dentist to work.
Patient Comfort: Using a saliva ejector helps prevent the accumulation of excess saliva in the patient’s mouth during dental procedures, contributing to increased comfort for the patient. It also reduces the need for frequent pauses to allow the patient to spit.
Maintaining a Dry Field: A dry field is essential for the success of various dental procedures, such as restorative work (fillings, crowns), impressions, and bonding procedures. The saliva ejector aids in keeping the tooth or teeth being worked on dry, ensuring optimal bonding and material adhesion.
Controlling Contamination: The saliva ejector helps control the spread of saliva and other fluids, reducing the risk of contamination within the dental operatory. This is especially important for infection control and maintaining a sterile environment.
Improving Visibility: By continuously removing fluids, the saliva ejector enhances visibility for the dentist. This is crucial for precision work, such as when placing dental fillings or making fine adjustments during restorative procedures.
Efficiency in Dental Procedures: The use of a saliva ejector contributes to the efficiency of dental procedures. It allows the dentist to work without interruptions, minimizing the need to stop and dry the area repeatedly.
Flexible Positioning: Saliva ejectors are designed to be flexible and easily positioned in the patient’s mouth. They are typically connected to the dental chair’s vacuum system and are easily manipulated by the dental team to accommodate different angles and positions.
Disposable and Sterilisable Options: Saliva ejectors come in both disposable and sterilisable (reusable) forms. Disposable tips are often used for single-patient use to maintain infection control standards, while sterilisable components are used with appropriate sterilization protocols.
In summary, the saliva ejector is a standard tool in dental practice, ensuring a clean, dry, and comfortable environment for both the patient and the dental team during various dental procedures. Its simple yet effective design makes it a valuable component of dental operatory equipment.
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