Aspirating Anesthetic Syringe CW Type 1.8 CC
- Thumb Ring and Finger Grip: The syringe has a thumb ring and finger grip, which allows the dentist to hold and control the syringe comfortably during the injection.
- Aspirating Rod: The syringe contains an aspirating rod or harpoon that allows the dentist to check for proper needle placement before injecting the anesthetic. By aspirating, the dentist can ensure they are not injecting the anesthetic into a blood vessel, reducing the risk of complications.
- Cartridge Holder: The syringe has a cartridge holder or barrel that accommodates the dental cartridge containing the local anesthetic solution.
- Plunger: The plunger is used to push the anesthetic solution from the cartridge into the patient’s tissues.
- Safety Cap: Some syringes may come with a safety cap to cover the needle, helping to prevent accidental needlesticks and enhance infection control.