Root Elevators

Discover our extensive selection of premium root elevators designed to facilitate precise and efficient dental procedures. At, we offer a range of high-quality root elevators suitable for various dental applications. Explore our collection and elevate the quality of your dental practice with our precision instruments.

Precision Root Elevators

  • Luxating Elevators: Our luxating elevators feature sharp, thin tips designed to delicately loosen and elevate the tooth from the socket, minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues and facilitating atraumatic extractions.
  • Cryer Elevators: Experience superior control and maneuverability with our Cryer elevators, which are characterized by their curved blades and ergonomic handles, ideal for accessing and elevating roots in confined spaces.
  • Coupland Elevators: Coupland elevators are renowned for their versatility and effectiveness in elevating roots with minimal force, making them suitable for a wide range of dental procedures, including surgical extractions and root tip retrieval.

General Use: Root elevators are essential instruments used in dental procedures to facilitate the gentle and controlled elevation of tooth roots from the alveolar socket during extractions. By applying precise force to the root, these instruments help minimize trauma to surrounding tissues, reduce patient discomfort, and streamline the extraction process. Whether performing routine extractions or complex surgical procedures, root elevators play a crucial role in achieving successful outcomes and maintaining optimal oral health.

Experience PRIMA Precision

Experience the precision and reliability of PRIMA, our leading brand in dental instruments. PRIMA root elevators are crafted using the highest quality materials and state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques to ensure exceptional performance, durability, and longevity. Trust PRIMA for superior root elevators that meet the demands of modern dental practice and elevate the standard of patient care.

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