“TC instruments” likely refers to instruments with tips made of tungsten carbide (TC), a hard and durable material commonly used in various industries, including dentistry and surgery. In the context of dentistry,  are often used for cutting, shaping, and removing dental materials, such as tooth structure or dental restorations. These instruments are known for their sharpness, precision, and longevity.

Some common  in dentistry include:

  1. Carbide Burs: Carbide burs are rotary cutting instruments used in dental handpieces for various procedures, such as drilling cavities, shaping teeth, or removing old fillings. They come in different shapes and sizes to accommodate different dental tasks.
  2.  Scalers:  scalers are dental instruments used for removing calculus (tartar) and plaque from the tooth surfaces during dental cleanings. They have sharp edges and are effective for scaling away hardened deposits.
  3. Surgical Instruments: In oral surgery,  are used for procedures such as tooth extractions, bone grafting, or implant placement. These instruments include TC forceps, elevators, and chisels, which are designed for precision and efficiency in surgical procedures.
  4. TC Endodontic Instruments:  are also used in endodontic procedures (root canal therapy) for shaping and cleaning the root canals. TC files and reamers are used to remove infected or damaged tissue from the root canal system effectively.
  5. TC Restorative Instruments:  are used in restorative dentistry for tasks such as finishing and polishing dental restorations. They help achieve smooth and precise contours on dental materials like composite resin or dental amalgam.

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