Delicate Gum Scissor

The Xelpov’s Delicate Gum Scissor is a specialized instrument commonly used for dissecting gum tissue during oral surgeries. It is also often preferred by surgeons for sharp dissection of delicate tissues during Plastic and ENT surgeries as well.

  • Beveled Blades For Effortless Dissection
  • Light Weight To Reduce User Fatigue
  • Ergonomic Ring Handles For Better Control
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Description

Our Delicate Gum Scissor includes pointy tips that are ideal for sharp dissection of tissues. Cuts delicate tissues in the oral cavity as well as blood vessels, skin, fascia and sutures. Especially includes beveled blades that enhance cutting performance. The unique design distributes the force along a thin edge for efficient force transmission. The operating scissor also slices through tissues without pulling on adjacent tissue. This protects soft tissue from damage. Moreover, the delicate blades are ideal for precise dissection of tissues. The sharp tips also help with accuracy. Includes ergonomic ring handles for comfortable handling. It also has a streamlined body and light weight to reduce fatigue. Therefore, the Delicate Gum Scissor is ideal for long procedures. Also available in curved and straight variants. The curved scissor is ideal for deeper access to tissues. Whereas the straight scissor works for superficial dissection. Made in premium quality stainless steel with satin finish to avoid glare. The instrument may be sterilized and reused.

Additional Information

Specialty

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Sub-Category

Working End Details

Delicate Blades

Handle Type

Ring Handle

Overall Length

11.5 cm – 4 ½"

Finish

Satin

Material

Stainless Steel

CE Marking

Yes

Reusable

Yes

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