Delicate serrated blades with angled shanks and flattened tips. Serrations on the lower blade help prevent tissue slippage.
Long blades for deep portions of the septum.
Double-action for improved cutting power. Short, strong serrated blades for heavy cartilage
Ribbon type scissors with sharp points on short blades.
Delicate suture removal scissors ideal for office or emergency room use.
Bi-directional (push-pull) cut allows for greater flexibility and control.
Graduated in millimeters with bold centimeter markings.
Lead filled head with large comfortable handle.
Lower lateral morselizer available in two jaw surfaces, which allows cartilage to be crushed or cut.
Useful for reforming soft tissue.
Useful for reducing inferior turbinates and removing nasal polyps. Angled shanks for greater visibility.
Long, thin shaft, designed for retrieving bone fragments or nasal cartilage.
Stainless steel with small multiple teeth.
Delicate multiple tooth tissue forceps for facial, eye or hand surgery.
Stainless steel with serrated jaws.
For precise elevation of the nasal periosteum/perichondrium.
Long, double-ended septal elevator with graduated shaft. For elevation of delicate structures.
For elevation and manipulation of bone fragments in nasal fracture repairs.
Fine, double-ended periosteal elevator. Straight and angled ends facilitate precise elevation behind curvatures and spurs.
Double-ended instrument with knife blade and spoon shaped elevator.
Features thin blades for added operative space.
Popular nasal retractor with concave blade for added operative space and visibility.
Holds Bard-Parker Blades 10, 11, 12, 15
For accurate measuring in eye, facial or hand surgery.