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Rigid electrosurgical electrodes are industry standard needles for dental electro surgery.
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The Sensimatic 700SE is user-friendly—its power switch, operation modes, and power output are all located on the display panel. The...
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PerFect TCS II is a high frequency electrosurgery system, which helps to manage soft tissue with greater efficiency, greater precision...
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PerFect TCS II is a high frequency electrosurgery system, which helps to manage soft tissue with greater efficiency, greater precision...
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PerFect TCS II is a high frequency electrosurgery system, which helps to manage soft tissue with greater efficiency, greater precision...
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The Standard Dental Electrode Set from Ellman is frequency-matched to the Dento-Surg 90 F.F.P. and Radiolase II for reduced tissue...
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Ellman International Dento-Surg Coated Antenna Plate is used in conjunction with Dento-Surg 90 F.F.P. radiosurgery equipment.
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The Wall Bracket from Ellman International is a space saver that is mounted onto any vertical surface and can hold up to 40 pounds. Comes...
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Flocken Electrode Set from Ellman International are bendable, reusable electrodes.
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Ellman's RF Electrodes are easy-to-use, disposable, single-use electrodes that work every time without the annoyance of sterilizing....
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Ellman's RF Electrodes are easy-to-use, disposable, single-use electrodes that work every time without the annoyance of sterilizing....
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PerFect TCS II is a high frequency electrosurgery system designed to manage soft tissue with greater efficiency, greater precision and...

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