The Gracey 5-6 curette is for working on anteriors and premolars.
Content: 1 unit.
GRACEY CURETTES - PLASTIC NEUTRAL CERTIFIED - ZERO PLASTIC FOOTPRINT
The Gracey Curette belongs to the group of specific hospital waste of group IV, materials that cannot be recycled if not incinerated, for hygienic, sanitary and usage reasons it is difficult to find an alternative of another material. VIDU works to always offer the most responsible solution and, while maintaining the necessary hygienic qualities in the clinic, always seeks a balance between fair price and care for the planet.
Environmental impact meters >> Curetas Gracey VIDU plastic footprint = 0 gr.
100% recyclable packaging. Recyclable materials have been used in the packaging of the Gracey Curette, always guaranteeing the highest quality and hygiene conditions for the products.
Fair price. By achieving a fair and reasonable price, we always seek to offer the least polluting and most easily recyclable solution possible, guaranteeing the highest quality and hygiene conditions for the products.
Online distribution. The marketing of these products is carried out via the internet, thus avoiding unnecessary transport and contamination.
Responsible consumption. Do not use more instruments than necessary!
How to manage the waste generated in the clinic with the use of Gracey Curettes?
How to recycle instruments?
The instruments are sterilisable and multi-purpose products. Unfortunately, at the end of their useful life they cannot be recycled, as they are a product that must be incinerated and belong to group IV of sharps waste. VIDU is working on the development of alternatives and new recycling channels for clinical waste.
How can the packaging of this product be easily recycled?
The packaging of the Gracey Curette is made of cardboard and is recycled in the blue bin.
Where does the Gracey Curette come from?
One of the brand's objectives is transparency, which is why the country of origin is always specified on the packaging of all products. It will vary from one product to another, always looking for the manufacturing conditions that ensure: Quality, sustainability and fair prices.