Submitted by: doctors office via Oddly Specific
Really? I can’t just, you know, use my hands?
Recommended by 3 out of 4 dentists!
Once the teeth are gone, they can’t be put back
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?
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.
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.
♪♫ He wants a forceps, the kind with teeth… ‘Cause he know’s there’s no such thing! ♫♪
Bwahahahaaha! Perfect. I ❤ TMBG!
and just where does one USE forceps with teeth? Like, ouch.
They are for getting a good hold on tissue. They wouldn’t be used without an anesthetic.
If that’s how you do a bris, I would discard my teeth, too.
Oh, wait, that says “forCEPS.” Never mind.
forceps with teeth is a kind of forceps. it can be an adson or tissue forceps.
so there can also be forceps without teeth.
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