Lighted Articulating Ear Curette™

Bionix Lighted Articulating Ear Curette™ combines illumination, magnification and a 90⁰ articulating tip to help healthcare providers take less time to see and safely remove ear canal and nasal passage obstructions.

Problem: Blindly curetting in the ear canal or nasal passage can result in pushing the object deeper, causing damage, swelling and making removal more difficult, especially with an uncooperative child.

Solution: The Lighted Articulating Curette brilliantly illuminates the ear canal, which provides the ability to work behind an occlusion, without using a blind sweeping motion that can abrade the ear canal.

Result: Complete visualization shortens procedure time and increases efficacy.


Features & Benefits

The Bionix® Lighted Technology Products are on the Vizient Innovative Technology Contract.
Contract #: MS3771

Allows the physician to work behind a cerumen plug or foreign body.

The LED allows medical professionals to quickly and efficiently visualize the ear canal to remove cerumen, while also increasing accuracy and safety of the procedure.

The magnification lens enhances the view of the ear canal.

Single-use tool reduces the risk of cross-contamination while also eliminating sterilization costs and hassles.

Engineered and manufactured in the U.S.



Instructions for Use


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Press Releases

Bionix Receives Innovative Technology Contract from Vizient

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the tip size on the Lighted Articulating Ear Curette?

Lighted Articulating VersaScoop® is a 3mm wide tip.

How do they come packaged?

25 curettes per box.

How long does the light source last?

The light source is the same high quality light source used for the Lighted Ear Curette with Magnification, which was designed to provide brilliant light for over 50 curettage procedures.

Are curettes individually wrapped?

No, 25 curettes come in a single pouch for easy access.

Are they sterile?

Not necessary, not used in a sterile environment.

Is there a CPT code for this procedure?

We recommend that you submit this under CPT code 69210 for potential reimbursement. Curettage can also be used for foreign body removal. It can be submitted under CPT code 69200 for potential reimbursement.

For potential reimbursement of foreign body removal of the nose, we recommend that you submit CPT code 30300.