Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Tissue forceps


Sometimes referred to as rat-tooth forceps, these forceps have two fine teeth designed to carefully grasp the most delicate of tissues. They are commonly used in oral surgery to grasp and stabilise loose tissue ends during suturing procedures.




Keywords for this page

Pages like this

Search for similar pages. Select keywords from the list above (click to select, click again to deselect). Choose page types: