Use Your Teeth

Funny Signs - Use Your Teeth

Submitted by: doctors office via Oddly Specific

Really? I can’t just, you know, use my hands?

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12 Responses to Use Your Teeth

  1. Awesom-O-2000 says:

    Recommended by 3 out of 4 dentists!

  2. crista says:

    Once the teeth are gone, they can’t be put back

  3. Passerby says:

    But I’m only missing a couple of teeth. Does it mean I’m not allowed to trow away forceps, or is there some wiggle room here?

  4. Smitty says:

    I’m guessing the forceps that have teeth are difficult to clean and are, therefore, considered disposable. But, the smooth ones (without teeth) can be sterilized and reused.

    • jic says:

      I used to clean forceps, it doesn’t really make a difference. I think they mean not to throw away forceps with broken or worn-out teeth.

  5. Smitty says:

    ♪♫ He wants a forceps, the kind with teeth… ‘Cause he know’s there’s no such thing! ♫♪

  6. maggie says:

    and just where does one USE forceps with teeth? Like, ouch.

  7. jic says:

    They are for getting a good hold on tissue. They wouldn’t be used without an anesthetic.

  8. Bob says:

    If that’s how you do a bris, I would discard my teeth, too.

    Oh, wait, that says “forCEPS.” Never mind.

  9. justsoyouknow says:

    forceps with teeth is a kind of forceps. it can be an adson or tissue forceps.

  10. justsoyouknow says:

    so there can also be forceps without teeth.

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