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Choosing Your Handle Size
The most common questions we get from customers about elevators and luxating type elevators are how the instruments should fit in their hand, and what handle and shank size they need. Because the size of the instrument makes a big difference to ergonomics, comfort, technique, and the safety of the patient, it is important to know what handle and shank size fit you best.
How should dental elevators and luxating elevators fit?
With the end of the instrument’s handle resting in the center of your palm, your index finger should be able to comfortably reach the end of the tip.....read more
Cislak EX-9 periosteal elevator. The periosteal elevator is used to lift a muco-periosteal flap off the bone when performing surgical extractions. Can't Find What You Are Looking For?We can custom...
Cislak 1.3S straight root/rodent elevator. This Instrument is also part of our Serona Feline Extraction Kit (EX118). Great for your small dogs too!Can't Find What You Are Looking For?We can...
Luxating-Type Elevators are thinner and sharper than standard elevators. They are used ONLY in a pushing and cutting motion to cut the periodontal ligament for easier extraction. Can't Find What You Are...
Winged elevators can be used to cover most extraction procedures. The elevators is used with a steady gentle rotational pressure for 10 to 30 seconds to fatigue the periodontal ligament...