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Physics Forceps continues to be, quite simply, the easiest to use and
most clinically effective tooth extraction instrument on the market. The
patented designs of our instruments, and its associated patented Beak
& Bumper technique makes difficult extractions simple and predictable
for all dentists without utilizing brute strength. Do your patients, your
hands and your practice a favor, and implement the Physics Forceps
into your practice today.
The Physics Forceps operate as a dental elevator rather than a forcep
(as the name implies), and it uses first-class lever mechanics. One
handle is connected to the bumper, which acts as the fulcrum during
the procedure and the other handle is connected to the beak, which
is positioned most often on the lingual or palatal root of the tooth into
the gingival sulcus. The bumper is positioned most often on the facial
aspect at the mucogingival junction.

time. During this holding period, the creep will build, releasing hyaluronic acid, and breaking down the periodontal ligaments. If the tooth

does not move during this initial hold, this process should be continued
where the handles are rotated another few degrees until the tooth releases and moves 1-3mm. At this stage, the tooth is loose in the socket
and should be delivered with a pincer-like device. Used properly the
buccal bone is completely preserved and not damaged.

Once the instrument is properly placed, no squeezing pressure is applied to the handles or the tooth,
where instead the handles are rotated a few degrees
with only wrist movement until you get resistance.
Once you get resistance, the rotation is stopped and
the instrument is held in place for a short period of



Physics Forceps Standard Series

The Physics Forceps Standard Series tooth extraction instruments can
be utilized on all teeth in the mouth with the exception of third-molars.
In some instances, due to patient access and the design of the instruments, the Standard Series may not access hard-to-reach second
molars. In these cases, the GMX 400 Molar Series should be utilized.

Product Description

Model Number

Standard Series Set

Upper Right (Teeth #2-5)
Upper Left (Teeth #12-15)
Upper Anterior (Teeth #6-11)
Lower Universal (Teeth #18-31)

GMX 100-200S*

Bumper Guards

Model Number

Package of 24
Package of 48
Package of 96

GMX BG100/200-24
GMX BG100/200-48
GMX BG100/200-96

*Set Includes GMX 100UR, GMX 100UL, GMX 100UA, GMX 200LU,
GMX BG100/200-24 & Instructional DVD

U.S. Patent No. 6.910.890

U.S. and International Patents Pending
Proudly Designed, Engineered & Manufactured in the USA

Bumper Guards

Physics Forceps Molar Series

Our patented Beak & Bumper technique makes difficult molar
extractions easier than ever, with just two instruments that allows for
bumper placement on the buccal or lingual side of the tooth. This is
unique to the Molar Series. The Molar Series is an excellent addition
to the Standard Series to access hard-to-reach second molars and
erupted third molars that you cannot access with the Standard Series.

Product Description

Model Number

Molar Series Set

GMX 400S*
Upper Left / Lower Right (Buccal) GMX 400EZ1**
Upper Right / Lower Left (Buccal) GMX 400EZ2**
Bumper Guards

Package of 24
Package of 48
Package of 96

Model Number

GMX BG400-24
GMX BG400-48
GMX BG400-96

*Set Includes GMX 400EZ1, GMX 400EZ2, GMX BG400-12 &

Instructional DVD
** Please note - If placing the bumper on lingual aspect of the
tooth, the instruments would be used in the opposite manner.

Bumper Guards
U.S. Patent No. 6.910.890
U.S. and International Patents Pending
Proudly Designed, Engineered & Manufactured in the USA

Physics Forceps Pedodontic Series

The Standard Series works well clinically on primary teeth, but the
Pedodontic series is available for pediatric dentists. This Series consists
of the same instruments as the Standard Series, but are thirty-percent
smaller in size for better placement in the mouth.

Product Description

Pedodontic Series Set

Upper Right (Upper Molars, Upper Canines)
Upper Left (Upper Molars, Upper Canines)
Upper Anterior (Incisors)
Lower Universal (2nd Molar to 2nd Molar)
Bumper Guards

Package of 24
Package of 48
Package of 96

Bumper Guards

U.S. Patent No. 6.910.890

U.S. and International Patents Pending

Model Number

GMX 50S*
Model Number

GMX BG50-24
GMX BG50-48
GMX BG50-96

*Set Includes GMX 50UR, GMX 50UL, GMX 50UA, GMX 50LU,
GMX BG50-24 & Instructional DVD

Standard, Molar & Pedodontic | Recommended Instructions

Step 1
Separate the gingival attachment from the tooth. No elevation
is required prior to using the Physics Forceps.
(Please note that this step is not required)

Step 5
Set the bumper perpendicular to the tooth at about the level of
the mucogingival junction, or as deep in the vestibule as possible. In utilizing the Molar Series with the bumper on the lingual,
place the bumper on the palate for the uppers or as deep in
the vestibule as possible for lowers. Hold that position securely.
STOP! DO NOT SQUEEZE the handles.

Step 2
Use a flame-shaped diamond bur to drill a trench on the lingual
side of the tooth (at the expense of the tooth) just below the
gum line to secure a solid purchase point with the beak. If utilizing the Molar Series and placing the bumper on the lingual side,
this trench would then be on the buccal side of the tooth.
(This step is not always necessary, but it helps when the tooth is
decayed for a better purchase point)

The pressure applied to the handles is about as much

pressure as holding a glass of water in your hand. Just enough
pressure to not drop the instrument.

Step 3
For upper 2nd and 3rd molars only, separate the distal bone
(including the tuberosity) from the tooth. We recommend using
the Distal Elevator (GMX DE) from Golden Dental Solutions. This
is not to elevate the tooth but to prevent removal of tuberosity.

Step 4
With the handles opened wide, set the beak into the depth of
the lingual sulcus (or optional buccal sulcus with Molar Series)
as far as possible on solid root surface. In general, the beak is
placed before the bumper. In some instances when using the
Molar Series instruments in the maxillary, it may be recommended to place the bumper before the beak.

Step 6
Without squeezing the handles or moving your arm, begin to
apply a steady, very slow rotational force towards the buccal (or
optionally toward the lingual with Molar Series). As soon as you
get resistance, STOP and hold the instrument in that position for
20-30 seconds. After this time if the tooth is not moving, move
your wrist a little further and hold again for 20-30 seconds. Continue this pattern. Be patient as this can take 2-3 minutes with
no movement. The force, or creep, will continue to build, allowing the hylauronic acid to build and causing the PDL to release.

Step 7
As soon as the tooth moves 1-3mm, the Physics Forceps has
completed its designed function. Deliver the tooth with the
Tooth Delivery Instrument (EZD) from Golden Dental Solutions
or a hemostat, rongeurs or a conventional forcep. Do NOT
rotate the tooth all of the way out of the socket with the
Physics Forceps.

Industry Leaders Recommend Physics Forceps

Dr. Louis

Dr. Christian

Dr. Sonia Leziy

Dr. L. Stephen

Dr. Tony Feck

Dr. Steffany Mohan Dr. Louis Berman

Dr. Mauro Fradeani Ms. Sally McKenzie

Dr. Anne Wiseman

Dr. Richard Golden Dr. Ryan Swain

Dr. Greg Folse

Dr. Brady Frank

Dr. Lisa Germain

Dr. Robert Fazio

Dr. Lorne Lavine

Dr. Yoshitsugu

Dr. Tim Kosinski

Dr. Erin Elliott

Dr. Diwakar Kinra

Dr. Giovanna

Dr. William Nudera Dr. Paul Feuerstein Dr. Ryan Facer

Dr. Ara Nazarian

Dr. Helena Perez


The University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry is an ADA
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American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in
identifying quality providers of continuing dental education.
ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses
or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by
boards of dentistry.

Approved PACE Program Provider

Approval does not imply acceptance
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dentistry or AGD endorsement
(05/01/2011 to 04/30/2015)
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A True Hands-On Live Patient Course!

Course Instructors

Course Attendees Perform Their Own Extractions and Grafting on Live Patients
All U.S. & Canadian Doctors Welcome
Level I - Acheiving Atraumatic Extractions
Level II - Acheiving Atraumatic Extractions & Practical Bone Grafting

For More Information & Course Dates Visit

Dr. Ara Nazarian

Dr. Tim Kosinski

Dr. Richard Golden

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Model Number

Product Description

Grafting Intro Kit


Mineralized Cortical/Cancellous Bone (0.5cc, 1.0cc, 2.0cc)

DBM Putty (1.0cc, 2.5 cc)
DBM Crunch Putty (1.0cc, 2.5cc)
B-TCP Synthentic Bone 5 Pack (0.5 cc, 1.0cc, 2.0cc)
Resorbable Pericardium (15mm x 20mm, 20mm x 30mm)
EpiGuide PLA Membrane (18mm x 30mm)
CollaGuide Collagen (15mm x 20mm, 20mm x 30mm, 30mm x 40mm)

Kit Includes
Practical Grafting Kit ( 10 instruments & Cassette )

Molt 2 Angled Double Ended Curette

Weighted Graft Material Dish

Scissor - Curved

Membrane Forcep - Non-Serrated
Bone File
Needle Holder

Periosteal Elevator
Orban Knife

Scalpel Handle

Graft Spoon / Serrated Graft Packer
Resorbable Pericardium - 20mm x 30mm - 1 Pkg.
EpiGuide PLA Membrane - 18mm x 30mm - 1 Pkg.
Mineralized Cortical/Cancellous Bone Powder - 0.5cc - 1 Pkg.
Mineralized Cortical/Cancellous Bone Powder - 1.0cc - 1 Pkg.
B-TCP Synthetic Bone Particles (500-1,000um) - 0.5cc - 1 Pkg.
B-TCP Synthetic Bone Particles (500-1,000um) - 1.0cc - 1 Pkg.
DBM Crunch Putty - 1.0cc - 1 Pkg.

Model Number

Tooth Delivery Instrument

The Tooth Delivery Instrument (GMX EZD) is used to deliver the tooth
from the socket after the Physics Forceps has loosened the tooth. The
Physics Forceps is only designed to move the tooth 1-3mm, not to
rotate the tooth out of the socket. The design of the Tooth Delivery
Instrument allows the loose tooth to be easily removed from the socket.

Model Number


Distal Elevator
The Distal Elevator (GMX DE) is used prior to the Physics Forceps to
separate the tuberosity and distal bone when extracting a maxillary
second or third molar to prevent removal of tuberosity during the
extraction procedure.

Model Number


Upper Root Tip Extraction System | Recommended Instructions

This system is for atraumatically extracting upper root tips. By placing
the buccal and lingual elevators between the gum and bone to the end
of the root, you create space for the forcep beaks to slowly leverage
the broken tooth/root tip out. This system is only used to extract upper
root tips.

Step 1

The buccal then lingual elevators are placed between the gum and the
bone and inserted at a depth that reaches the end of the root utilizing
the guide lines on the elevators for assistance. It is very important to
ensure the elevators reach the end of the root. The gum line should fall
between the two guidelines on the elevators.
Step 2

Insert the forcep beaks where the elevators were placed in Step 1
(i.e., replace the elevators with the beaks of the forceps). The elevators
are exact replicas of the beaks of the forceps, where Step 1 allows room
for the beaks of the forceps to be inserted between the bone and the
gum. The beaks of the forcep should be inserted to the end of the root
utilizing the beak guidelines to obtain proper depth.
Step 3

Model Number

GMX 69S*
*Set Includes GMX 69 Forcep, GMX BE (Buccal Elevator), GMX LE (Lingual
Elevator) & Instructional DVD

With your wrist and no squeezing move in a buccal and lingual back
and forth motion; move the forcep beaks out 1-2mm and again
repeat the buccal and lingual movement until the root is completely
compressed from the socket. If the root is not removed on the first
attempt, repeat the forcep movement steps until the root appears and
can be removed from the socket.

Cowhorn Extraction System

The GMX 23 or GMX 17 cowhorn forcep is used to extract 1st, 2nd and
3rd (if accessible) lower molars with divergent roots and convergent
roots respectively. The cowhorns can be used when:
The tooth has less than a 20 degree angle of mesial drift;
The furcation is less than 2mm below the gum line allowing the
beaks to be placed (GMX 23 only); and
The tooth crown is not fractured or greatly decayed.
The beaks of the cowhorns have been modified to allow the beaks better access or ability to be placed with divergent roots at the furcation
point (GMX 23) or on the tooth (GMX 17). Specifically, the beaks are
longer and are more curved to prevent the beak from touching/cracking
the crown. Additionally, the handles have been designed in a manner
that allows for practical placement in your hands.
This is not your everyday cowhorn!
Product Description

Model Number

Cowhorn Set
Cowhorn 17
Cowhorn 23

GMX 17
GMX 23

*Set includes GMX 17 & GMX 23 Cowhorns.

About Us
Golden Dental Solutions is the manufacturer and direct seller of the revolutionary Physics Forceps dental extraction forceps and other
innovative dental products. Golden Dental Solutions is comprised of a group of practicing dentists and other professionals with several
years of experience in the dental industry.
The Physics Forceps were invented by Dr. Richard Golden, a practicing general dentist in Detroit, Michigan. To increase office efficiencies,
in the early 1990s, Dr. Golden began to closely analyze the typical methods of performing procedures and realized the conventional
methods and instruments available were quite antiquated. Extractions, in particular, were one primary area he focused on and he was
determined to improve the predictability of extractions. In 1993, Dr. Golden began to clinically study the techniques of performing extractions and his most notable breakthrough was the discovery of applying the power and predictability of controlled leverage to the extraction procedure by using only his wrist. This resulted in the development of several innovative extraction techniques and instruments over
the next ten years, including the widely popular Physics Forceps. The Physics Forceps have been called by many industry leaders as the
most exciting and innovative advancement in exodontia in over 200 years.
Golden Dental Solutions is involved in continuing education and takes great pride in helping other dentists learn new advancements in
dentistry. Golden Dental Solutions offers several live patient hands on continuing education courses at the University of Detroit Mercy
School of Dentistry, as well as many other educational opportunities such as on-line courses, webinars and clinical teaching videos.
Dentists who refer out extractions on a regular basis do so predominately because of
stress, unpredictability, and the potential for tooth fracture. With the Physics Forceps dentists will convert extraction procedures into an efficient, pleasant and routine procedure
that offers a high margin, predictability, and a result that will pleasantly astonish their
I guarantee you will be 100% satisfied with our products because they are clinically tested
and designed to work.
Richard Golden, D.D.S.

877.987.2284 |
Detroit | Michigan | USA