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SockIt! Oral Hydrogel Wound DressingMCMPSockIt! is designed from the ground up to improve healing of all oral wound and virtually...
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Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Inc.'s Scalpel Handle is designed for cutting gingival tissue and making surgical incisions.
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Cutter Lingual Pin & Lig by Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Inc. has a unique design for lingual treatment. It is capable of cutting soft wire pins...
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The Hu-Friedy surgical elevators have thin, sharp blades that are used to cut periodontal ligaments and loosen teeth. Elevator that lifts...
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Highest quality surgical stainless steel, precision crafted in England. Nonserrated.
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The Hu-Friedy surgical elevators have thin, sharp blades that are used to cut periodontal ligaments and loosen teeth. Elevator that lifts...
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Highest quality surgical stainless steel, precision crafted in England. Nonserrated.
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The Hu-Friedy surgical elevators have thin, sharp blades that are used to cut periodontal ligaments and loosen teeth. The luxating...

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