Equus Excellent Tissue Nipper 4.5″ B/J.F Jaw 7mm D/Spring SS.

Equus Tissue Nipper 4.5″ B/J.F Jaw 7mm D/Spring Stainless Steel.

Crafted from surgical stainless steel, and recognized by their finely finished surface, our instruments are designed to perform with precise surgical function. They are also conceived to be affordable. It is this combination that distinguishes the Equus brand from the others. Lifetime Guarantee.

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Equus tissue nipperEquus Tissue Nipper 4.5″ B/J.F Jaw 7mm D/Spring Stainless Steel.

Crafted from surgical stainless steel, and recognized by their finely finished surface, our instruments are designed to perform with precise surgical function. They are also conceived to be affordable. It is this combination that distinguishes the Equus brand from the others. Lifetime Guarantee.

Packaging:
1/Pkg.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Tissue Nipper?

A Tissue Nipper is an innovative product for removing unwanted skin or other soft tissue from your fingernails, toenails, or any area on your body where you want it removed without damaging surrounding healthy tissue. The unique design of tissue nippers allows for easy access into hard-to-reach areas while protecting against damage to sensitive underlying structures. Tissue Nippers are ideal for use by podiatric physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, estheticians, cosmetologists, barbers, manicurists, pedicurists, and anyone else who needs to gently remove unwanted material from their clients.

How do Tissue Nippers work?

The patented “tissue nipper” consists of two parts: A spring-loaded jaw that holds the tissue firmly between its jaws; and an adjustable handle that controls how far down the jaw goes when activated. When used properly, this device can be very effective at separating tough materials like calluses, ingrown hairs, warts, corns, etc., from the surface of the nail bed or other areas that have unwanted tissue. Simply apply gentle pressure to the base of the desired amount of tissue to separate the unwanted tissue. Then simply pull up on the handle to release the tissue. Repeat if necessary.

What are the uses of a Tissue Nipper?

Tissue nippers can be used to remove excess dead skin cells that build up under the cuticle of the fingers or toes. They can also be used to nip off hair follicles in order to prevent ingrown hairs. Tissue nippers can also be used to remove warts with ease. Removing corns before they become infected is another possible use of tissue nippers. They can be used to remove splinters out of feet and callouses from hands. Removing dry scabs and crusty patches of psoriasis can also be accomplished by using tissue nippers.

What jaw size should I get?

Personal preference is what determines jaw size. The smaller the jaw, the more control it gives. A 1/4 jaw (3mm) nipper is the smallest and a 1/2 jaw (5mm) is the most popular one. If you prefer to remove more tissue at the same time, use a larger jaw.

What handle length is best for my hand?

Depending on hand size and preference, choose an appropriate handle length. You could try a 4 1/2 inch long version if you have larger hands. If you have average size hands, a 4 inch nipper should suffice.

Double spring or single spring?

How much bounce back you want is what determines the type of spring you choose. The tool’s handle has less bounce back from the single spring. The double spring features two springs bouncing off of each other.

Box joint or lap joint?

Box joint is a good choice for nippers because it provides more control and doesn’t shift. The box joint ensures a longer lifespan for your nipper, which saves you money in the long run.

Do I care about price or quality more?

Purchasing a quality nipper will save you money in the long run. The springs can be replaced, and the nipper can be cleaned frequently.

What are some benefits of cutting nails?

There are many benefits associated with regularly trimming the fingernails and toenails. Here are some reasons why it makes sense to keep them looking neat and healthy:
1. Nails protect the fingers and toes from injury. When you cut off all of the nails, there is nothing protecting the fingertips and toes from getting injured by sharp objects such as knives, scissors, etc. By keeping the nails trimmed, you ensure that these areas remain protected.
2. Nails provide traction on slippery surfaces. Without proper traction, you could easily slip and fall while walking upstairs or even just standing still. Having strong nails helps give you better footing so you won’t lose balance.
3. Nails act as a barrier between the hands and items that might cause damage if they were to come into contact with the fingertips. For example, if you accidentally touch something hot, having clean nails means that you’ll avoid burning the hand.
4. Nails help maintain hygiene. Keeping the nails trimmed prevents infections and fungus growth. These conditions can make the nails appear yellowish and brittle.
5. Nails grow back faster than hair does. Because nails grow much quicker than hair, they need to be kept shorter to allow time for regrowth. However, too little maintenance can result in weak, thinning nails.

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