Curettes

Curettes

Curettes The curette is an ophthalmic instrument used to remove the lipogranulomatous material of the chalazion following the incision performed by the surgeon, and for polishing the anterior or posterior lens capsule. Moreover, curettes are used by the operator to remove other types of material from the lids, such as cysts or masses.
Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Curettes

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Nightingale Posterior Capsule Polishing Curette

Curettes

Nightingale Posterior Capsule Polishing Curette

Shephard Capsule Polishing Curette Open Ring Semi-Sharp

Curettes

Shephard Capsule Polishing Curette Open Ring Semi-Sharp

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Curettes

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Curettes

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Curettes

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Curettes

Meyerhoefer Chalazion Curette

Surtex Instruments provides a broad range of curettes, all featuring a flat handle and a sharp rounded blade usually known as cup. The adaptable cup is manufactured in different millimeter increments according to the surgeon preferences and the patient requirement. As an example, the MeyerhoefferChalazion Curette is precisely designed to excise lid masses and is best used with a chalazion clamp; it is available in seven different cup sizes. On the other hand, during surgical interventions such as phacoemulsification the surgeon polishes the anterior or posterior lens capsule using a Shepherd Capsule Polishing Curette. All our curettes are manufactured using the finest surgical grade stainless steel, ensuring a longevity and accuracy of the instrument for an extended time period.