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Awls, Bone, Mandible

Definition : Awls designed to make small dents (i.e., to mark) or pierce small holes in the lower jaw bone (i.e., the mandible). They are typically handheld, manual instruments with a slender, usually curved working blade and a sturdy handle that is often an integral part of the instrument. Mandible awls are used in plastic and oral surgery procedures to mark and/or prepare the mandible for prosthesis attachment.

Entry Terms : "Mandibular Awls" , "Mandible Bone Awls"

UMDC code : 20987

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