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I Dental Standard Handle Perfect Stubby Handle Too short Stubby Handle Perfect Standard Handle Too long Choosing the right size handle - a standard or a stubby (short) handle? It is a great advantage to have two different sizes og handles to choose between, when selecting your luxators/elevators. It is important to have full control over the instrument, otherwise it can slip and hurt the patient. If you can put the blunt end of the handle in your palm and almost reach the tip of the instrument with your index finger, then the dental instrument is the right size for your hand. If not change size to larger or smaller. KRUUSE luxator, stubby handle Cat. No Description 282342 KRUUSE luxator, 1 mm, stubby handle 282343 KRUUSE luxator, 2 mm, stubby handle 282344 KRUUSE luxator, 3 mm, stubby handle 282345 KRUUSE luxator, 4 mm, stubby handle 282346 KRUUSE luxator, 5 mm, stubby handle Dental I 04 ยท 56 KRUUSE 1 mm 2 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm KRUUSE Serrated Luxators, Stubby Handle Serrated luxators are used to loosen the tooth from the periodontal ligament and the serrations keep an increased grip of the root during extraction procedure. Cat. No 282324 282325 282326 282327 282328 282329 1 mm Description KRUUSE serrated luxator, 1 mm, stubby handle KRUUSE serrated luxator, 2 mm, stubby handle KRUUSE serrated luxator, 3 mm, stubby handle KRUUSE serrated luxator, 4 mm, stubby handle KRUUSE serrated luxator, 5 mm, stubby handle KRUUSE serrated luxator, 6 mm, stubby handle 2 mm 3 mm 4 mm 5 mm 6 mm KRUUSE Straight Root Tip Pick, Standard Handle Very useful instrument for extraction of cat teeth and broken root tips. This instrument is very sharp, and care is required when using it. Cat. No 282354 www.kruuse.com Description KRUUSE straight root tip pick, standard handle