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Identifier: onextractionwith00wood Title: On extraction, with notes on the anatomy and physiology, of the teeth, for medical students Year: 1896 (1890s) Authors: Woodburn, William De Brassey Subjects: Tooth Extraction Publisher: London [etc.] : Baillière, Tindall and Cox Contributing Library: West Virginia University Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ep some tepidwater ready. Never give cold water, except in caseswhere you may have excessive bleeding, as the shockof cold water often produces considerable pain. CHAPTER X. EXTRACTION {continued). To remove I he Cenlra/ and Lateral Incisors from theUpper Jaw (Photo 4).—Hold the forceps as directed, W^^ c ~ J I ^ k ^ ^4 ;#^^ Li Photo 4. and apply the blades well up below the free surface ofthe gum, having the back of the hand facing outwards.Seize the alveolus containing the njot of the tooth to 72 EXTRACTION be removed between the index-finger and thumb of theleft hand, the three other fingers resting on the facegently but firmly. This allows of three precautions ;first, you can feel when the tooth is moving in itssocket (not the forceps moving on the tooth, as ildoes occasiohally) ; second, it keeps the patients headsteady ; and third, it acts as a counter-traction whendislodging the tooth. Slightly rotate the root in Its socket; then applytraction directly downwards and forwards. Text Appearing After Image: Fig. 42. 1. Rotation, because it has a round-shaped root (Fig. 41). 2. Directly downwards, because it has a straight root (Fig. 41). 3. Forwards, because the outer plate of the alve- olus is the weaker, and will more readily give. 4. Use a straight forceps with double rounded blade (Fig. 42). 5. Stand on the right-hand side of the patient. To remove the Tivo Upper Cauiues (Photo 4).—Seizethe alveolus corresponding, in the same manner as withthe incisors. Hold the forceps as directed, and applythe blades well up below the free surface of the gum. Apply slight antero-posterior movement with very EXTRACTION 73 slioht rolalioii ; llu-ii cxlracL dircclK downw aids andforwards. 1. Antcro-jjostcrior ni(»\cincnl with slight rota- tion, because the n)t)t is shghtU compressedlaterally. 2. Directly downwards, because it has a straight root. 3. Forwards, because the outer plate of the alveolus is the weaker. 4. Use a straight forceps with double rounded blade {Fig. 42). 5. Stand on the right-h Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

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