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Dental impression trays are used in dentistry to create accurate molds or impressions of a patient's teeth and oral structures. These trays are typically made of rigid plastic or metal materials and come in various sizes and designs to accommodate different arches and dental procedures. They are used in conjunction with dental impression materials, such as alginate or silicone, to capture the shape and contours of the teeth and gums. Dental professionals place the impression material in the tray, position it in the patient's mouth, and allow it to set. Once set, the tray is removed, and the impression is used for various purposes, such as creating dental prosthetics, crowns, or orthodontic appliances.

Micro applicators, also known as micro brushes or applicator tips, are small disposable tools used in dental and medical procedures for precise application of materials, such as bonding agents, etchants, or sealants. These applicators consist of a small, non-linting brush tip attached to a thin plastic handle. The brush tips are typically made of soft, non-absorbent materials, such as microfiber or flocked fibers, which allow for controlled and targeted application of liquids or gels. Micro applicators are available in various sizes and colors to facilitate differentiation between different materials or procedures.

Tattoo barrier film, also known as tattoo wrap or tattoo bandage, is a transparent, self-adhesive film used in the tattooing process to protect freshly tattooed skin. It is typically made of a thin, flexible, and breathable plastic material. Tattoo barrier film creates a barrier between the tattooed area and external contaminants, such as dirt, bacteria, or clothing. It also helps to prevent friction and irritation during the initial healing stages of a tattoo. The film is applied over the tattooed area after the tattooing process is completed and can be easily removed after the recommended healing time.

A suction saliva ejector is a device used in dentistry to remove saliva, blood, or other fluids from the patient's mouth during dental procedures. It consists of a thin, flexible tube attached to a vacuum system. The tube is placed in the patient's mouth, and the other end is connected to a suction unit. The suction creates a continuous flow of air and suction, effectively removing fluids and maintaining a clear working area for the dental professional. Saliva ejectors are designed to be comfortable for the patient and are typically disposable or have disposable tips to ensure hygiene and prevent cross-contamination.