Ligature Director Single Ended
- Manufactured to direct the archwire into the bracket slot.
- German surgical stainless steel
- Up to 30% lightweight
- Gripped handle
- Postage Free Standard UK Delivery
- Delivery Various Delivery Options Available
- Return 30-Days Returns
Dr. Karlheinz® Dental Hand Instruments: Premium Yet Affordable
Dr. Karlheinz® presents carefully selected range of premium dental hand instruments. Precision working ends are fitted with aesthetically attractive gripped handles for extra control and performance. From ligature directors to tuckers, from band seaters to pushers, from dental explorers to probes, Dr. Karlheinz® dental hand instruments effectively cover your clinical needs. Covered with lifetime warranty and ready to ship in UK with Free delivery, why not give your patients satisfaction of precise, efficient and safe treatment with Dr. Karlheinz® premium orthodontic instruments?
Design That Delivers
Dr. Karlheinz® offers a variety of hand-crafted dental hand instruments, including dental probes, dental scalers, and dental explorers, each of which may be ideal for a wide variety of clinical procedures. The sleek and modern designs of each orthodontic hand instrument offers enhanced aesthetics and features gripped handles for better control and precision.
Choosing dental hand instruments that offer a firm grip will enhance the comfort and precision of the orthodontists. Some dentists may prefer tools with a certain textured grip over another. Dr. Karlheinz® orthodontic hand instruments come with various models of chequered handles to provide an improved grip to practitioners during their clinical procedures.
Our dental probes and dental explorers are designed in both single and double ended formation. Both designs carry their own unique usage. Double ended hand instruments usually merge two popular head shapes in one orthodontic tool. Whereas, single ended instruments focus on a primary orthodontic task. A well-designed dental hand instrument like Dr. Karlheinz® would feel like an extension of the orthodontist’s hand rather than a separate tool.