SKU : 1.1680-18MC
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Various types of instruments are used in different surgeries. The face lift or Rhytidectomy surgeries require special types of scissors that are particularly designed for this purpose. The Freeman Kaye scissors are a type of scissors used in Rhytidectomies. Robbins Instruments is one of the leading providers of Freeman Kaye scissors in the US. The SKU for this Freeman Kaye Supercut scissor is 1.1680-18MC.Product Description
In order to carry out the undermining of face and neck flaps precisely, the Freeman Kaye scissors are used. These scissors are serrated to deliver efficient performance. The blades of these scissors are semi-sharpened on the outside edge and double-beveled. These features allow them to cut the tissue with little or zero resistance. The scissors feature blades with slightly flattened and tapered tips. This feature prevents “buttonholing” and helps achieve precise dissection. The skin is tensed backward, and the scissor is run with its tips slightly spread. This creates channels, and helps achieve rapid dissection. The blades are designed in such a way that they allow efficient interconnection of the channels. The open shanks of the scissors conform to the normal resting position. This helps reduce fatigue and improve the control while using these scissors.
The length of these scissors is 7″ (English), and 18 cm (Metric). They are manufactured from German stainless steel. The tips of these supercut scissors are straight and its blades are serrated for an effective use. The tip configuration of this Freeman-Kaye scissor is blunt/ blunt, which makes it suitable for dissection of delicate tissues. These scissors are latex-free and non-sterile.
Beneficial Features of the Freeman-Kaye Supercut Scissors 1.1680-18MC Provided by Robbins Instruments
|Product Type||SC Freeman Kaye Scissors|
|Tip Style||Straight, Blunt, Serrated|
|Material||German Stainless Steel|
|Length (English)||7 inch|
|Length (Metric)||18 cm|
|Manuf / Supplier||Robbins Instruments|
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