Types of Instruments Commonly used in Plastic Surgery

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Types of Instruments Commonly used in Plastic Surgery

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  • Plastic surgery procedures are performed to restore, alter, replace, or reconstruct areas of the body in areas such as skin, cranio and maxillofacial, musculoskeletal, hand, breast, and torso.
  • Types of instruments commonly used in plastic surgery medical instruments include:

o Awls, Chisels, Curettes, Gouges, and Mallets

o Pliers, Osteotomes, Rasps, Rongeurs, and Wire and Pin instruments

o Electrosurgical instruments such as Bipolar and Monopolar Forceps, Cables, and Electrosurgical Units

o Cannulas, Calipers, Gauges, Markers, and Rulers

o Clamps, Forceps, Graspers, Elevators, and Spreaders

o Dissectors, Elevators, Hooks, and Probes

o Endo Brow Lift Instruments, Knives, and Punches

o Needle Holders and Needles

o Speculums and Retractors in styles such as handheld, self-retaining, and fiberoptic

o Scissors in traditional and Super-Cut styles

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