Serrated Curette Double Ended is primarily used to remove granular tissues after extraction. It is crafted from German surgical stainless material. Thus, it can be reused after sterilization.
It comes in multiple variations to accommodate the surgeons in a wide range of medical approaches. The unique design makes it perfect for dental procedures.
Serrated Curette Double Ended is an incredible dental instrument. It is widely used to remove the granular tissues after tooth extraction. It features a textured handle that allows enhanced control. This lightweight instrument reduces the surgeon's hand fatigue. It is ideal for curettage, tooth socket, and cyst removal. The highly polished finishing ensure aesthetic and corrosion resistance. During clinical procedures, it ensures a high degree of flexibility and precision. These instruments come with a combination of variations to accommodate the surgeons in a range of medical approaches.
The body of the instrument is made of 100% medical-grade stainless steel. This metal keeps it lightweight and rustproof. Low maintenance is required due to having high tensile strength and resistance against environmental changes. The stainless body renders the surface inert to many chemical reactions, thus giving an exceptional built-in corrosion resistance, specifically in the internal human body environment. They are reusable tools that can be cleaned and sterilized easily.
GerDentUSA offers an extensive range of curettes with multiple variations. Our versatile surgical instruments are perfect to be a part of your unique surgical kit for years. These instruments are widely preferred to perform a broad range of surgical operations. We can also design our surgeons' custom kit packs according to their needs. The instruments are all fine, durable, and sharp. Millions of surgeons worldwide rely on and use our surgical instruments that set standards in the surgery field. We enable the world's top care community to effectively manage their surgical practices and deliver quality care to patients.