Marking tweezers according to Crane-Kaplan are used to determine incision points orally and vestibularly. They have a small marking hook on both arms. The jaw part is smooth.
Articulating paper tweezers according to Miller are among the most important instruments for controlling the occlusion. The sheet is clamped in the tweezers so that the bow comes to rest at the front end of the tweezers. This ensures that the blade does not open when inserted between the rows of teeth.
Reference numbers for instruments from manufacturer for MILLER ARTIKULATION PAPER FORCEPS LIGHT SERRATED 15,0CM