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Knives, Dental, Periodontic

Definition : Dental knives designed to cut tissues around the teeth (i.e., periodontic). These knives typically consist of handheld, manual instruments with a handle and an integral cutting blade at one or both of the distal ends (i.e., single or double ended). They are available in a variety of blade shapes (e.g., flat, triangular) and sizes according to the periodontal procedure to be performed. Dedicated periodontal knives are available for particular procedures such as interdental gum cutting and/or removal; they can also be used for gingival contouring.

Entry Terms : "Periodontic Knives"

UMDC code : 27490

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American Eagle Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

American Eagle Instruments Inc. incorporated in January 1992, but our craftsmen and women have spent an average of over 20 years each building dental instruments.

Brite Sources USA

Company Type: Parent

G Hartzell & Son

Company Type: Parent

G. Hartzell & Son is a family-owned manufacturer of dental & surgical instruments, founded by George F. and George O. Hartzell in 1935. Unlike most instrument companies, our firm is an actual MANUFACTURER. Approximately 85% of our instruments are manufactured from our factory located in the East Bay area of San Francisco, and (with 2 "special" exceptions) the balance of production is from Germany.

Hu-Friedy Mfg Co LLC

Company Type: Parent

Sabra Dental Products

Company Type: Parent

Specializing in handpiece sales, Sabra manufactures the OMS-45 series handpiece, the gold standard for Oral/Perio Surgery, and the New Patented Sabra 105° handpiece, a revolutionary new design in handpiece technology.

Zimmer Biomet

Company Type: Parent

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