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KRUUSE I Dental Single Ended Round Elevators Dental I 04 ยท 54 Every vet working with dentistry has a favourite shape of the handles of elevators and luxators. The most important considerations are a good ergonomic fit to secure a firm grip and the sharpness of the tip. When choosing the KRUUSE pear shaped handle, you get a perfect fit in the palm of your hand as well as a choice between two handle lengths. This will allow you to gain complete control of the tip of the instrument and you will get a good experience of holding the optimal tooth extraction instrument in your hand. KRUUSE Elevator, Winged, Standard Handle The KRUUSE winged elevator provides you with a very sharp blade and the lateral wings match the shape of the tooth. This combination will help stretch and cut the periodontal ligaments. Cat. No 282330 282331 282332 282333 282334 282335 1 mm Description KRUUSE elevator, winged, 1 mm, standard handle KRUUSE elevator, winged, 2 mm, standard handle KRUUSE elevator, winged, 3 mm, standard handle KRUUSE elevator, winged, 4 mm, standard handle KRUUSE elevator, winged, 5 mm, standard handle KRUUSE elevator, winged, 6 mm, standard handle 2 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm 6 mm Sharpening Stone With a flat surface, this dental sharpening stone can be used for sharpening most dental hand instruments including curettes, elevators and scalers. In order for the instruments to maintain optimal function, they should be kept sharp at all times. For best results, sharpen the instruments after use. The stone can be used in dry condition or together with water or oil. See page 68 for more sharpening stones. Cat. No 282419 www.kruuse.com Description KRUUSE sharpening stone, 15 x 5 x 0.75 cm