Waldent Distal End Cutter TC 10/102

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The flush cut feature of the cutter allows the operator to cut the archwire at the end of the buccal tube eliminating the possibility of patient discomfort resulting from archwire protrusion.
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Waldent Dental Instruments excel in highest quality standards. They are manufactured from selective stainless steel by skilled workers with modern machines, keeping control on production and quality at every step to guarantee a supply of Instruments with utmost precision.

"Rostfrei"  in German means "PURE", is a German quality stainless steel carved out with intensive research of high quality alloys combined together to yield the best instruments in Dentistry.

Waldent Wal-Orthodontics Distal End Cutter 10/102 is capable of cutting the archwires upto 0.56 x 0.70mm/ 0.022" x 0.28" both intraoral and extraoral methods

It is ideally used for cutting the distal end of the orthodontic wire emerging out of molar tubes

It also has a safety mechanism to hold the cut archwire so that it doesn't fall into the patient's mouth

  • Ergonomically designed handle light in weight, easy to grip and less stress on fingers
  • The tips are made with finest quality stainless steel. 
  • Made up of Rostfrei Stainless Steel helps in retaining their shape and resist breakage of tip
  • Corrosion resistance alloy
  • Suitable for all types of Disinfection solutions

    • Must clean after every use with arm water to remove blood , tissues and mucus from the instruments
    • Ultrasonic cleaning is recommended for all the instruments specially articulated instruments such as forceps, rongeurs, etc
    • Use only standard and reputed brand of disinfectant solutions.


    • We recommend that the temperature does not exceed 120C
    • Dry heat sterilization see that temperature does not exceed 180C and there should be no long exposure as this would cause discoloration, loss of tmper and this in turn would diturb the hardening of the instrument
    • Do not use substandard chemicals or disinfectants as they can damage the instruments
    • Avoid use of unsuitable highly acididc chlorine containing agents
    • Use Demineralized water only
    • Never rub an instrument with metal brush at the time of cleaning.

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