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ORAL SURGERY

Achieve superior results and absolute precision with our finely-tuned, intelligently designed surgical instruments. Since each procedure has its own subtleties and intricacies, choosing the right instrument or suture for the right application is imperative. Through partnering with Key Opinion Leaders, we are continuously developing innovative, ergonomic instruments to meet various surgical applications and individual preferences.

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  • Dental extracting forceps. a hand instrument used for grasping teeth during their removal from the socket. Most such forceps are designed for the extraction of a particular tooth in the maxilla or mandible

  • Dental extracting forceps. a hand instrument used for grasping teeth during their removal from the socket. Most such forceps are designed for the extraction of a particular tooth in the maxilla or mandible

  • Dental extracting forceps. a hand instrument used for grasping teeth during their removal from the socket. Most such forceps are designed for the extraction of a particular tooth in the maxilla or mandible

  • These Forceps will allow you to complete any extraction and work more efficiently even if complications arise. If teeth break during extraction, these are the tools you need to rapidly, safely solve your problems. 

    1. "Blade Beaks" smoothly penetrate in contact with the root.
    2. They has large contact surface for a secure grip.

  • Upper incisors, pediatric Used for dental extraction(also referred to as tooth extraction, exodontia or exodontics): the removal of teeth from the dental.

  • Root Elevators are used for the surgical tooth extraction. They are used to luxate the tooth in the osseous alveolus and to expand the alveolus walls. They are also used to open the gingival sulucs prior to the tooth extraction. 

  • Root Elevators are used for the surgical tooth extraction. They are used to luxate the tooth in the osseous alveolus and to expand the alveolus walls. They are also used to open the gingival sulucs prior to the tooth extraction. 

  • The Lindo - Levien Root Elevators are pushed into the periodontal gap in spical direction untill the serrations will grip on the roots. The root is extracted via a barb effect by straight pulling without leverage.

  • A rongeur is heavy-duty surgical instrument with a sharp-edged, scoop-shaped tip, used for gouging out bone. A rongeur can be used to open a window in bone, often in the skull, in order to access tissue underneath.

  • scissors are the dental instruments which dentists use to cut sutures and similar materials. After tooth extraction process the dentist has to reposition the gum flap and stitch it back in place.

  • Needle Holder with tungsten carbide inserts have gold plated handles.The inserts can be replaced which prolongs the life of the needle holder and reduce the replacement. Examples: Mayo- Hegar, Crile wood etc. 

  • A needle holder, also called needle driver, is a surgical instrument, similar to a hemostat, used by doctors and surgeons to hold a suturing needle for closing wounds during suturing and surgical procedures.

  • Towel clamp. An instrument used to hold towels or drapes in place on the surgical field.

  • Allis Tissue Forceps are finger ring, ratcheted forceps used for grasping organs and slippery or dense tissue during electrosurgery. 

  • Frazier Suction Tube is a thin instrument used for removing fluid and debris from confined surgical sites such as the nasal cavity, lumbar and cervical regions or intracranially. Suction is controlled by a small hole on the handle

  •  Bone chisel. This is a neurosurgical instrument that is used to make small carvings in the bones in order to reach the affected part for treatment. 

  • A scalpel, or lancet, is a small and extremely sharp bladed instrument used for surgery, anatomical dissection, podiatry and various arts and crafts (called a hobby knife). Scalpels may be single-use disposable or re-usable.

  • Access to the working area is among the first steps of dental procedures ranging from surgical implant placement to cosmetic teeth whitening, and the use of a cheek retraction to help the patient keep his or her mouth open while you're working.

  • Periosteal elevators are mainly used to lift full thickness soft tissue flaps. The tips require protection and need to be kept very sharp otherwise shredding of the flap can happen.

  • dental syringe is a used by dentists for the injection of an anesthetic. It consists of a breech-loading syringe fitted with a sealed cartridge containing anesthetic solution.

  • • Dental extracting forceps. a hand instrument used for grasping teeth during their removal from the socket. Most such forceps are designed for the extraction of a particular tooth in the maxilla or mandible