GDC Allis Forceps 5x6 (15cm) (TFS)
Allis Tissue Forceps is surgical instrument with sharp teeth with finger ring, ratcheted forceps used to hold or grasp tissue during minor or major oral & maxillofacial surgeries.
MORE ABOUT ALLIS FORCEPS
This tissue holding forceps is named after Oscar Huntington Allis, an American surgeon (1836-1921) who is remembered for his contributions in orthopedic surgery. The forceps has a ratchet locking system; the terminal end of the blades bears short teeth. The teeth have grooves in between so that when the two blades meet, one tooth of the blade fits in the groove of the other blade. The blades may be curved or straight.