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Ear, Nose, Throat Instruments
Ear Nose and Throat Surgical Instruments
Apiary Medical is an authorized distributor of high-quality German instruments. One of our specialties is precision surgical instruments for ENT surgeons.
Trusted Surgical Instrument Supplier to World Leaders In ENT
Many world leaders and innovators in Ear, Nose and Throat surgical procedures have found in Apiary Medical a trusted and reliable partner. Apiary Medical provides High-quality German instruments with excellent customer service and pricing.
Verified ENT Surgical Instrument Quality
Every high-quality German surgical instrument must pass detailed Quality Assurance (QA) tests before it can be sold. Instruments are tested for:
- Pattern Consistency
- Critical Dimensions
Extensive Surgical Instrument resource for ENT
The Apiary Medical partner’s catalogs contain thousands of instrument patterns including many patterns primarily used in Ear/Nose/Throat surgical procedures. To view the instruments available, visit our catalog. For a quick answer on availability of instruments made by other companies, use our search feature or email/fax us a copy of the instrument or brand-name and part number.
Custom instrumentation Development
We offer development of custom or hard-to-find instruments that you currently do not see in our product brochure. If you would like an accurate quotation, send a sample, sketch, or a drawing and we will provide you with a fast answer on pricing and availability.
Competitive Pricing for Precision ENT Surgery Instruments
We have proven that better instruments can be found at prices often 20% to 30% less than other high-priced brands. We keep our overhead costs low and our quality high so that we can pass the savings on to our customers.
The Best Guarantee in The Ear Nose and Throat Surgical Instrument Industry
Each surgical instrument has a lifetime quality guarantee and a one year 100% satisfaction guarantee. Use any instrument for a year, if you are not completely happy, for any reason, return it for a 100% refund. No restocking fees, no hassles.
We bring 50 years of experience in ENT surgical instruments to your customer service experience, so you can count on us to solve instrument problems or hard-to-find pattern requests quickly and efficiently. Your calls will be answered by knowledgeable professionals dedicated to providing the highest levels of service. Some of our customer service highlights include:
- 98% of orders ship the same day.
- Free shipping on all orders of $250 or more
- All instruments are available for surgeon evaluation.
If you have any questions or problems regarding instruments, please consult with our knowledgeable staff at 800.561.6692.
Below are some questions that are frequently asked
What tools does an ENT Surgeon use?
ENT’s use a variety of tools and surgery instruments that are used for common procedures conducted on patients. Some of the most common tools used in ear, nose and throat treatment include:
- Bipolar instruments
Other common ENT surgery tools, medical equipment, ENT instruments, and supplies that are used in an operating room include: osteotomes, curettes, scissors, obstetrical force rongeurs ps and instrument sets,
ENT’s also need hooks, rasps, tongue depressors, dilators, elevators, probes, tuning forks, laryngeal mirror, ear forceps and knives.
Other necessary ear, nose and throat instrument categories include cables, needles, nasal speculum, sinus instruments, needle holders, scopes, and speculums.
ENT surgeons use diagnostic equipment, dressing forceps, suction tubes, shaver systems and middle ear instruments. They also may need bipolar scissors, self-retaining retractors, septum forceps, specialty ENT instruments, laryngeal instruments nasal forceps.
Which of the following is an implant that an ENT would perform?
Ear, nose and throat surgeons perform cochlear implant. A cochlear implant is a device that the ENT implants surgically into the inner ear. It stimulates the nerves in the ear for hearing. Along with the implant, the person wears an external speech processor and microphone.