ADMIRE SURGICAL ’s Plastic surgery involves a variety of instruments and tools designed for specific procedures and tasks. Here are some of the common instruments used in plastic surgery:

  1. Scalpel: A small, sharp knife used for making incisions in the skin and tissue.
  2. Scissors: Surgical scissors come in various shapes and sizes and are used for cutting tissue, sutures, and other materials.
  3. Hemostats: These clamping tools help control bleeding by compressing blood vessels.
  4. Needle Holder: Used to hold needles and suture material while suturing wounds or incisions.
  5. Forceps: Surgical forceps come in different types, including tissue forceps, hemostatic forceps, and dressing forceps, and are used for grasping and manipulating tissues and other objects.
  6. Retractors: Retractors are used to hold back tissues and provide visibility during surgery. Common types include self-retaining and handheld retractors.
  7. Liposuction Cannula: A thin, tube-like instrument used for removing excess fat during liposuction procedures.
  8. Microsurgical Instruments: These specialized instruments, such as microscissors and microforceps, are used for delicate procedures requiring high precision.
  9. Dermatome: A device used to harvest skin grafts by cutting thin slices of skin from a donor area.
  10. Tissue Expanders: Implantable devices used to stretch and expand the skin and soft tissues in preparation for reconstructive surgery.
  11. Suction Devices: Used to remove fluids and debris from the surgical site during procedures.
  12. Electrocautery and Laser Devices: Used for cutting, coagulating, or vaporizing tissue through the application of heat energy.
  13. Sutures and Staples: Various types of sutures (stitches) and staples are used to close incisions and wounds.
  14. Implants: Silicone or saline implants are used for breast augmentation and other body contouring procedures.
  15. Bone Saw and Osteotomes: These instruments are used in procedures that involve reshaping or repositioning bones, such as facial reconstruction.
  16. Skin Hooks: Used to hold and retract skin during surgery.

Breast Dissectors and Retractors (29)

Delicate Skin Hooks (23)

Elevators & Raspatories (14)

Haemostatic Forceps (23)

Mallets and Cartilage Instruments (17)

Measuring and Marking Instruments (18)

Needle Holders (18)

Retractors & Dissectors (61)

Scalpel Handles & Knives (22)

Self-Retaining Retractors (6)

Suction Tubes (7)

Surgical Scissors (57)

Thumb Forceps (60)