Tissue forceps/pliers used to grasp and stabilize soft tissue during suturing. Thumb forceps with serrated tips for increased grip. This tool is used primarily to secure tissue without the worry of slippage. In oral surgery, Adson tissue forceps are used to grasp loose, excised tissue as well as to manage placement of oral tissue while it is being sutured. Serrated forceps are used on tissue; counter-intuitively, teeth will damage tissue less than a smooth surface because one can grasp with less overall pressure. Smooth or cross-hatched forceps are used to move dressings, remove sutures and similar task. These forceps have been expertly finished under great magnification and have the most finely executed points available. They are extremely light, superbly balanced, and have a gentle spring action. The shanks are specially designed with an arch which ensures maximum force to the tips.
The Adson Forcep is not only part of the daily work of a physician, but also provides the modeler or multiple tasks at home or work with a professional fine mechanical tool for Electronics, Jewelry Making, Laboratory Work etc.
- Adson Forcep Tweezer Serrated Tip Dental Surgical
- It measures 5" long.
- Crafted Using Premium Grade Stainless Steel
- Designed for Perfect Balance Instrument
- Highly Dull Finish for Aesthetic
- Rust Resistant
- Corrosion Resistant
- High Degree of Precision and Flexibility While Conduction Clinical Procedure
- Great Performance
- Superior Craftsmanship
- Autoclaveable and Sterilizable
- Satisfaction Guaranteed