Oral Evacuation

Oral evacuation defines the process of eliminating excess fluid and debris from the patient’s mouth. The oral evacuator can be used during each dental procedure. The two types of oral evacuation systems comprise saliva ejectors and high-volume evacuators. Saliva Ejector is a small oral evacuator that is used to control moisture during less-invasive dental procedures. The saliva ejector can eliminate excess fluids, but it does not remove solid debris. High-Volume Evacuators is used to remove saliva, blood, water and debris during a dental procedure. The high-volume evacuator can also be used to pull back the tongue and cheek away from the part of the mouth the dentist is working on.

  • Fungal & Parasitic Diseases
  • Oral Evacuation Systems
  • Posterior Teeth
  • High Volume Evacuators (HVE)
  • Saliva Ejector
  • High-Volume Evacuators

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