Wedges are used to Strong, anatomically contoured avoid laceration of gingival tissue. Wedging is an essential part of restorative dentistry: their main use is for adapting a matrix band to the proximal part of a cavity. They have a number other uses also.
- Intredental Wedges have an anatomical optimal shape.
- The concave sicles adapt perfectly to the interdental contour.
- The square end allows easy insertion of the wedges and the upturned tip prevents damage to the papillae.
- The wedges are made of splinter-free maple wood, thus ensuring stability and compressibility.
- Speciality of maple wood is in contract with moisture in the mouth it expands to give a tighter grip.