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The probe end has periodontal markings etched in black which
will not fade even after many autoclave cycles. The fine but
robust tip is ideal for periodontal probing in cats or dogs. The
other end of the probe has a shepherd hook explorer to detect
tooth defects both supra and subgingivally.
Very Fine Periosteal Elevator
Perio Felines and/or Small Canine instruments
The small delicate flat ends of this double-ended elevator make
it ideal for lifting a muco-periosteal flap off the bone in cats. The
rounded tip helps prevent accidental slippage and tearing of the
Resorptive Lesion Probe
This probe can be used to subgingivally detect resorptive
lesions or residual calculus. The probe can also be used to
identify furcation involvement (loss of alveolar bone between
This double ended hand instrument is used for the removal of
supragingival (above the gum) plaque/calculus and stains.
Molt Periosteal Elevator – No. 9
The rounded edge of the periosteal instrument minimises
the tearing of tissue when lifting the gum flap. The sharp end
makes the initial lifting of the flap easier. Suitable for medium
to large dogs.
This slimline curette is ideal for calculus and plaque removal both
supra and subgingivally (above and below the gum). The fineness
of the instrument is well suited for use in cats and small dogs.