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Double ending hand instruments have what two shanks and two working ends
What are examination instruments They allow the operator to inspect the health status of the oral cavity thoroughly
Hand cutting instruments are allows for removal decay manually
Restorative instruments are allows for teeth to return or make a good structure
accessory instruments are miscellaneous instrument
what is beveled the angle of the surface that meets another angle
What are the three points of hand instruments The handle, shank, and working end
What is blade is a flat edge of instrument sharp enough to cut
Plane is a level surface on working end
working end is the end of an instruments
Nib is a Blunt point or tip
serrated is a notch like projections
Shank is angle of instrument
point is sharp or tapered end
tactile is a feeling
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