General Extraction Forceps are dental instruments used in the removal of teeth.
Since standard Forceps in dental instruments used to retract tissues and facilitate suturing, grasping objects and holding them securely. Extraction forceps are hinged and used to remove teeth in one piece with the crown and root intact.
Variations in these instruments are caused by differences in root shape, size, number, alignment of the tooth, and location in the mouth. Except for those designed for some specific operations, forceps generally follow certain basic principles. They are distinguished by the angles of the beaks, the notches on the beaks, the contour, and the number engraved on the forceps.