Xelpov Surgical‘s Aufricht Nasal Scissors is a multi-use tool used in a variety of endonasal or rhinoplasty procedures. The triangular blade of the Aufricht Dissecting Scissors offers the surgeon more control during the procedure.
During Rhinoplasty Aufricht Scissors is used for dissecting the dorsal nasal cartilages of the nose as well as fascia, skin, and sutures during ENT and Plastic surgeries.
The blades of the supercut variant of Aufricht Nasal Scissors also consist of micro-serrations that securely grasp tissue and dissect tough tissues effortlessly.
Furthermore, these Nasal Scissors come with ergonomically designed ring handles and a rivet screw joint to minimize user fatigue.
In addition, the Aufricht Dissecting Scissors have smooth edges which allow them to easily pass through tissues without damage. The blunt tips of the instrument also work to prevent adjacent soft tissue damage.
The supercut version has serrated blades that securely grasp slippery tissues. Moreover, they also prevent tearing of surrounding tissue preventing damage. In addition, it includes ergonomic ring handles which improve control during rhinoplasty. Also has a lightweight and streamlined body that minimizes user fatigue.
All our Rhinoplasty Scissors are also available in a tungsten carbide variant to service the demands for longer durability and resilience of the instrument.
Secondly, this Rhinoplasty Scissors includes ergonomic ring handles for better control of dissection. The lightweight and streamlined design of fomon Scissors also increase accuracy.
Made in premium quality stainless steel with a satin finish to reduce glare. The instrument can be sterilized and reused.
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Length : 14 cm
- Blade Details: Blunt/Blunt or Sharp/Sharp
- Rusting Prevention Procedure: Passivated
- Ultrasonic Cleaned: Yes
- Dull-Polished: Yes
- Reusable: Yes
- Grade: Premium OR
- Latex: Latex Free
- Sterility: Non-Sterile
- Tests Performed: Boil Test, Performance Test, Shape Test
- Packing: Individually Packed
- QC Passed: Yes