Extracting forceps are dental instruments used by dentists to remove teeth from the alveolar socket. They typically consist of two parts: handles and blades. The handles are where the dentist grips the instrument, while the blades are designed to grip onto the tooth for extraction.

These forceps come in various shapes and sizes, each suited for different teeth and extraction techniques. Dentists select the appropriate forceps based on factors such as the location of the tooth, its size, and the condition of the surrounding tissues. Proper selection and use of extracting forceps are crucial to ensure successful and minimally traumatic tooth extractions.

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