Carvers are dental instruments with a sharp-edged working end that is commonly used to remove excess material and also contour surfaces and carve anatomy.
Ward Carver 2 is used to carve anatomical features and trim excess materials. One blade is flat with a rounded tip that is 9.5 mm long and 2.5 mm wide. The blade angle is set at a 45 angle to the center line of the handle. The opposing blade has a spear shape. It is 12 mm long, 2 mm wide and set at a 55 angle to the center line of the handle.
Wall Carver 3 is used to carve anatomical features and trim excess materials. This carver combines an elongated Discoid and a flat chisel carver into one instrument. The elongated Discoid has a blade width of 2.8 mm and is 6.5 mm long. The chisel carver has a blade width of 3.4 mm and is 6 mm long.
Shoshan Carver 8 is used to carve anatomical features and trim excess materials. This carver Combines a flame shape carver with an elongated Discoid carver. The flame carver has a blade width of 2.4 mm that tapers to a point. The elongated Discoid has a blade width of 2.5 mm and is 6.5 mm long. Also known as the Shoshan A carver.
Extremely thin, flexible blade; ideal for interproximal contouring. The flat blades are 10 mm long and 1.5 mm wide and are sharp around the entire periphery. The blades are 0.4 mm thick to enhance interproximal access. The tips are made from spring-tempered stainless steel to give the blade a slight flexibility and to resist breakage.