Gubisch Rhinoplasty Instrument Range

Ideal for Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery or Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Surgery

Professor Wolfgang Gubisch has been working in the field of plastic surgery since 1974 with a focus on facial surgery. He has worked in conjunction with Medicon to develop a range of Rhinoplasty instruments specifically for corrective nasal surgery. This instrument set is continually updated to adjust to new operating techniques.

He has developed a range of Rhinoplasty Instruments in conjunction with Medicon. The instruments are constantly updated and developed to minimise any traumatising effect of the surgery whilst ensuring the chisels are sharp enough for smooth cutting edges in the bone and reduction of comminuted fractures.

Gubisch Rhinoplasty Instruments

Professor Gubisch is the Chairman of the German Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, is a member of the Board of Directors of the German Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons and is the President of the German Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. He has written more than 170 scientific publications and has produced five educational films. He was a Key Note Speaker at the 2011 Australian Plastic Surgery Congress, where he presented on rhinoplasty.

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The range includes:

  • Nasal septum scissors with dual transmission, serrated cutting, curved
  • Nasal Rasps
  • Rongeurs with very flat cutting edges; the osteotomy surfaces are continuously preserved and allow precise separation
  • Rongeurs with aluminium handles, ideal for direct, transversal osteotomy through the skin. This model is characterised by a firm handle and accurate guiding
  • Septum compression forceps with dual transmission, tungsten carbide profile in the jaws for the neutralisation of cartilage tension. This facilitates new contouring without adverse affecting the cartilage structure
  • Septum morseliser forceps with protective guard
  • Cartilage instruments
  • Osteotomes for direct transversal and lateral osteotomies via a stab incision in skin

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