Our surgical tweezers are sharp and have teeth on both sides, which mesh when pressed together. There is usually one tooth on one jaw part and two (1: 2) on the other or two on three teeth (2: 3). This enables a firm hold when grasping tissue. Often the surface behind the teeth is also cross-corrugated, which offers additional support. Surgical tweezers are used to hold the subcutaneous fatty tissue, for example, or to grip rough structures such as muscles or fascia. The most important representatives of this category are surgical tweezers according to Adson, Bonney, Cushing, Potts-Smith, Stille or Brown.
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