Disposable Dermal Curettes

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Precision Blade
These round, seamless, stainless steel ground blades featuring a unique symmetrically ground beveled edge are double ground which ensures razor sharp cutting edge.
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Safety Cap
Each unit comes with a fitted safety cap for blade protection. The caps are transparent for visual blade inspection.
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Superior Grip
Our latex free handles provide a secure grip due to the asymmetric design. Each unit is color coded as per size.
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Seamless stainless steel semi-sharp cutting edge

Weighted colored body to identify the blade size

Ergonomically designed body makes a perfect fit for the physician’s hand

Available in boxes of 25

Size SKU
2.0 mm Dermal Curette 78002
3.0 mm Dermal Curette 78003
4.0 mm Dermal Curette 78004
5.0 mm Dermal Curette 78005
7.0 mm Dermal Curette 78007

Instructions For Use

Intended Use
Sterile single-use instrument for precise and gentle curettage
The aim of curettage is the removal of a superficial skin change with a minimum, of damage to the surrounding tissue.
The curette is extremely sharp and thus gives precise and gentle tissue removal, which also facilitates its deployment in the treatment of superficial malign tumors.
  • Circular extremely sharp blade
  • Ergonomic plastic handle
  • Good field of operating visibility
Instructions For Use
Before curettage, a local anesthetic is generally required, with appropriate disinfection of the skin. In cases of very small, superficial lesions, it is possible to avoid the anesthetic.
  1. The most commonly-used method is: the curette is held between the thumb, index and middle finger, while the skin should be stretched with the fingers of the other hand.
  2. This method of holding enables precise guiding of the instrument, so that the piece of tissue can be removed in one well-targeted incision.
  3. A further commonly-used method is to hold the handle of the curette in the fold of the finger and supported by the other fingers of the curetting hand. The thumbs serve to provide stable base. This technique makes it possible to guide instrument, applying greater pressure, but accuracy is reduced a little. In view of the sharpness this technique is preferably used only in cases of hard skin.
Warnings/Precatuions for Safe Handling and Preparation
  • Read, follow and keep the instruction for use.
  • Use the product only in accordance with its intended use, see intended use.
  • Store any new products in a dry, clean and safe place.
  • Avoid high temperature, high humidity, direct sunlight, soaking and preserve at room temperature
  • Preserve at the status of non-break to package material and non-pinhole.
  • It is necessary to confirm the use period on each package and box (Shelf life 5 years).
  • By confirming the use period on each package and box, dispose the products which expire the use period.
  • Prior to each use, inspect the product for: loose, bent, broken, cracked, worn, or fractured components.
  • Do not use the product if it is damaged or defective. Set aside the product if it is damaged.
  • Avoid contact of the delicate blades at tips with hard surfaces or other instruments.
Contraindication and Prohibition
  • Re-use prohibited
  • Re-sterile prohibited
  • Do not use after expiry date.
  • Do not use if it is considered that the products aseptic condition is spoiled by broken package.
  • Do not try to clean
Adverse Reactions or Side Effects
None known