This slim, small cutter is designed for easy access to tight areas and offers a safety hold feature for securely catching and holding the distal end of wires after cutting. The inserted blade design will make cuts within 0.5mm of the buccal tube. For use with round or rectangular wires up to .022" x .028"
Simple to use. Durable stainless steel design. Easily crimps distal ends. Accommodates all typical wire sizes. Double-ended version has an .018" opening perfect for smaller wires. Heat sterilizable up to 370F/188C
Makes 1mm V-bends anywhere on the archwire to provide positive stops to keep the archwire from creeping. Edges are carefully diamond honed to prevent wire scoring. Works on round archwires up to .020".
The standard plier for heavy wire bending and detail work. The tips are precision crafted to avoid nicking the wire. Inserted tip sizes are .035". For use with round wires up to .032" or rectangular wires up to .022" x .028"
This unique plier combines the standard bird beak and a heavy duty wire cutter at the base of the jaw for both wire forming and cutting. Inserted tip sizes are .035". For use with round wires up to .032" or rectangular wires up to .022" x .028"
This versatile utility plier has an angled and tapered head design. The fully serrated tips allow for a secure grip of archwires and auxiliaries without damage. Inserted tips are curved gently to form a convenient working angle and ensure lip and tissue safety. For use with round or rectangular wires up to .022" x .028"
This inserted tip plier is designed to securely hold all types of crimpable hooks. One gentle squeeze is all you will need to easily attach hooks to the archwire. Can be used inside or outside of the mouth.
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