Joseph Periosteal Elevator

Xelpov’s Joseph Periosteal Elevator assists surgeons to lift flaps of the periosteum during nasal explorations.

  • Serrated & Bulky Handle For Non-Slip Grips.
  • Long Shaft For Deep Surgical Reach.
  • Premium Grade Materials For Reliable Service.
SKU: RH-551-16

Xelpov’s Joseph Periosteal Elevator enable surgeons to treat nasal diseases. For instance, the device removes flaps of the bones in plastic surgery. This helps repair nose fractures and deviations that result from trauma or disease. In addition, it can treat pain and remove infected tissues.

Therefore, we designed the handles with a bulky frame to increase your control and efficiency. Moreover, the outer serrations increase your comfort and prevent hand slips in fine procedures.

We made the long blade with a 6 mm size and a round end in order to separate soft nasal tissues without direct cuts.  In addition, the outer edges of the blade are blunt to prevent damage to surrounding structures. You can use the blade’s curve to lift tissues smoothly. In addition, its straight profile allows you to see the working tip in small spaces.

The Xelpov’s Joseph Periosteal Elevator is 18 cm long and has a slender design to reach deep parts of the nose. Furthermore, we offer devices with a wide range of styles for your convenience. This range of devices allow you to suit the needs of every patient.

SURTEX® Instruments manufacture these devices from premium grade stainless steel that you can depend on for years of fine service.

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Working End Size

6.5 mm

Handle Type

Hollow Handle

Overall Length

18 cm – 7"




Stainless Steel

CE Marking




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