Wire forceps are surgical instruments used to manipulate and handle small objects or delicate tissues during medical procedures. They consist of two slender arms with a pointed tip and a spring mechanism that allows the user to open and close the arms with precision. The arms of the wire forceps are typically long and thin, allowing for a greater degree of flexibility and control when manipulating objects or tissues. The pointed tips of the forceps are often serrated or have teeth to provide a better grip on objects. Wire forceps are commonly used in dental procedures to manipulate wires and brackets, and in ophthalmic procedures to handle delicate tissues in the eye. They are also used in other surgical specialties such as plastic surgery and microsurgery, where precision and control are essential.