Scalpel & Suture

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Absorbable Suture, Needle Combination(25)
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Nobel Biocare
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Water Pik, Inc.
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Left-curved instrument with a small ball on instrument tip for the periodontal debridement of furcations and concavities.
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RS3 Razor Sharp Sutures from A. Titan Instruments have a smooth polished surface, stainless steel needles to eliminate flex and fracture,...
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Green Braided Dacron Dental Surgical Sutures from Patterson® Dental. Nonabsorbable HRT-17 Point cutting 1/2 circle needle
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Bone Wax is a sterile mixture of beeswax and isopropyl palmitate (wax softening agent) that achieves local homeostasis of bone by acting...
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Chairside Replaceable standard canister turbine (push button type) for use with NSK Pana Air, Schein Master, TrueSpeed, Super Trac,...
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Clinpro Sealant is a light-cure, fluoride releasing pit and fissure sealant with a unique color-change feature. Convenient direct...
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Perma Sharp Polyglycolic Acid (PGA) Sutures are designed for efficient and reliable soft tissue closure for all types of dental...
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Perma Sharp Plain Gut Sutures are designed for efficient and reliable soft tissue closure for all types of dental surgeries.
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For safe removal of scalpel blades. Protects hands against accidental cuts and punctures Stainless steel Autoclavable

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