Laryngosponges Created By Oral Surgeon
A new mouth sponge product used to reduce saliva, water, and blood from entering the throat during an oral surgical procedure, decreasing laryngospasms. The oral surgery laryngosponge is an ergonomically designed mouth sponge that fits perfectly between the tongue and teeth creating a seal. This mouth sponge is super absorbent, decreasing fluid going into the throat. This mouth sponge also keeps the tongue out of the surgical field decreasing laryngospasms.
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Hydrated versus dry size comparisons for the two sponge types.
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How to Use the Laryngosponge
Directions: Hydrate Laryngosponge with water and squeeze out. Sterilize if indicated. Place the Laryngosponge between tongue and teeth creating a seal to the pharynx. Squeeze out and reposition the Laryngosponge if saturated or when starting the other side. Dispose when finished. Mouth sponges are non-sterile. Mouth sponges are single use only! Can be used for every tooth extraction type, decreases aspiration, excellent as an oral surgery sponge and as a tooth extraction sponge.
Don’t do another extraction without the laryngosponge!
Tired of hitting the gauze with the burr? Never again have splatter when using the laryngosponge.
Decrease laryngospasms with the laryngosponge.
Keep the tongue back while you decrease spasms!
Disposable, inexpensive, protection against aspiration and laryngospasms!
Absorbent, easy to use.
Squeeze out after the first side and use for the second side.
Hydrate and place on tray to sterilize before use.
Have you ever caught the tongue or the gauze with your drill? Never again with the laryngosponge!
Avoid the chasm and prevent a spasm!
A perfect fit and easy to use.
Perfect for extractions in awake or sedated patients. USE ONE FOR EVERY EXTRACTION!
THE LARYNGOSPONGE VS GAUZE
PRO’S OF LARYNGOSPONGE
Creates a fluid seal Highly absorbent Protects the tongue from the drill Decreases laryngospasms Squeezes out when saturated or for the other side
CONS OF GAUZE
Poor fluid barrier Easily saturated Gets caught in the drill causing splatter Leaks blood, irrigation, and saliva Must be replaced often, delaying the procedure.
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