Dental Instruments

Instruments used in most routine dental cleanings, examinations, hand-cutting instruments, restorative instruments, and instrument accessories.

These dental instruments are made by master craftsmen using the highest quality surgical steel. Every instrument is individually checked with maximum precision for perfect workmanship, pattern, and finish.  

 

If you’re unable to locate a specific instrument on our website, please call us at: (905) 607-5554 and our service team will promptly help you find it at the right price. No matter the item's brand, type, or size, we can get it - even if back-ordered.

  • Diagnostic Instruments

    Dental Instruments (Explorers, Probes, Pliers, Mirrors) allow the dentist, dental hygienist, or dental assistant to thoroughly examine the patient’s mouth, teeth, and gums clean and healthy to prevent disease.

  • Endodontic Instruments

    Dental Instruments diagnosing tooth pain and root canal treatment. Instruments used in dental procedures relating to the interior of the tooth.

  • Orthodontics Instruments

    Dental Instruments (Pluggers, Spreaders, Rubber Dams, Forceps, Dam Clamps) deal with improper positioning of teeth. Orthodontic pliers are used to adjust and fit wires, screws, and pins in the mouth to correct teeth deformities.

  • Periodontal Instruments

    Dental Instruments (Scalers, Curettes, Chisels, knives) focus exclusively on the inflammatory disease that destroys the gums and other supporting structures around the teeth.

  • Restorative Instruments

    Dental Instruments to carry and dispense amalgam for cavity preparation. Comes single-ended or double-ended. Dentists use amalgam carriers to pick up freshly mixed amalgam and place it into the prepared cavity to fill it.

  • Surgery (Dental) Instruments

    Dental Instruments (Needle Holders, Root Elevators, Scissors, Aspirating Syringes) are used to perform a versatile range of dental procedures, like manipulating, restoring, and removing the oral cavity.

  • Tray Setup

    Dental Procedure Trays (pre-packed) you need to excel in your role. These pre-packed trays can help with typical dental assisting tray setup. Each dentist is different and may prefer different materials, instruments, or work sequences.