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Number: 433/162
Name: Dentistry > Apparatus > Hand manipulatable implement > Having relatively movable work engaging surfaces > Resiliently biased
Description: Apparatus wherein the work contacting faces are elastically urged to a desired position after they are moved from said position.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6471515 Device for holding an abutment Oct. 29, 2002
6322363 Dental pliers Nov. 27, 2001
5730750 Intraoral tissue trimming device Mar. 24, 1998
5607302 Matrix retainer apparatus for dental restorations Mar. 4, 1997
5385471 Cerec inlay holder and inserter Jan. 31, 1995
5261813 Orthodontic's hand instrument and method Nov. 16, 1993
4594069 Dental crown remover Jun. 10, 1986
4340369 Dental articulating paper forceps Jul. 20, 1982
4225667 Dental appliance Sep. 30, 1980
4214870 Dental clamp Jul. 29, 1980
4001940 Elastic positioner apparatus for orthodontists Jan. 11, 1977

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