Care Instruments offer Delicate Scissors that are specifically designed for use in procedures that require precision and minimal tissue manipulation. They are typically smaller and more lightweight than other types of surgical scissors and have very sharp, fine tips. They are commonly used in microsurgeries, such as ophthalmology, neurosurgery, and plastic surgery.
Delicate scissors are also useful in procedures where precision and minimal tissue manipulation are required, such as in dissections of small blood vessels, nerve structures, and delicate tissue planes. They can also be used for cutting sutures, cutting fine membranes and cutting and dissecting small tissue samples during pathological examination. The products such as
IRIS Delicate Scissors are a type of surgical instrument that is specifically designed for use in ophthalmic (eye) surgery. The IRIS scissors are designed to make precise cuts within the eye while minimizing tissue damage. They have a unique internal rotational mechanism that allows the surgeon to rotate the blades within the eye, making it easier to make precise cuts without damaging surrounding tissue.
IRIS Ribbon Handle is a type of handle designed to be used with IRIS delicate scissors. The handle is designed to provide a comfortable grip and greater control for the surgeon during use. The ribbon handle allows the surgeon to rotate the scissors while maintaining a stable grip on the handle.
IRIS (Locklin) Scissors | 25° Angled are a type of delicate surgical instrument that is specifically designed for use in ophthalmic (eye) surgery. They are similar to the IRIS delicate scissors, but have a 25-degree angled blade, which allows for better visualization and access to certain areas of the eye during surgery. These scissors are used for cutting and dissecting fine membranes and structures during ophthalmic surgery, particularly in retina and vitreous surgery.
Kaye blepharoplasty Undermining Scissors are a type of surgical instrument that is specifically designed for use in eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) procedures. They are used to make precise cuts and dissections of the eyelid tissue, particularly in the lower eyelid area, to create a smooth and natural appearance.
Stevens Ribbon Handle | 10cm is a type of handle designed to be used with Stevens scissors, which are surgical instruments typically used in ophthalmology, otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat) and plastic surgery procedures.
Converse Scissors| Wilmer| Conjunctival Scissors|10cm Angled are a type of surgical instrument that is specifically designed for use in ophthalmic (eye) surgery. They are angled scissors, typically with a 10cm length, and are used for cutting and dissecting the conjunctiva, which is the thin, transparent membrane that covers the white part of the eye (sclera) and the inner surface of the eyelids.