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There are a huge variety of Diagnostic instruments in the dental world. However, there are some key examination instruments that you should be aware of when it comes to practising. This post shall look at these instruments, providing some further information with regards to usage and design. In the future, there will be more information about specialist instruments for different dental disciplines. In order to decrease the risk of injury and a musculoskeletal disorder, the wrist should always be in a neutral position. Maintaining your working area at the level of the elbow assists in a neutral wrist position. The wrists should not be in flexion or extension while working . In this position, the wrist should be parallel to the long access of the forearm.