Safe Ear Curettes™

Bionix Safe Ear Curettes™ allow healthcare providers to safely and gently remove cerumen with styles to match different types of wax and personal preference.

Problem: Hard, rigid stainless steel curettes not only cause patients pain and discomfort, but can also easily damage the ear canal and tympanic membrane.

Solution: Bionix Safe Ear Curettes are flexible, to reduce injury to the ear canal, making them safer than stainless steel curettes.

Result: Seven color coded tip styles to meet specific needs, giving you “the right tool for any job” for every cerumen situation.

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Features & Benefits

Made of smooth, flexible polypropylene designed to bend when they encounter an obstacle unlike hard, rigid stainless steel curettes.

Complete line of seven color-coded styles (including Adult and Youth sizes) each designed for a specific type of patient and cerumen condition.

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

Engineered and manufactured in the U.S.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the tip size on each curette?

– White FlexLoop® (# 9555) is a 4mm wide tip.
– Red AngleLoop® (# 3444) is a 4mm wide tip.
– Yellow CeraSpoon® (# 6333) is a 4mm wide tip.
– Green MicroLoop® (# 1222) is a 3mm wide tip.
– Purple VersaLoop® (# 4111) is a 3mm wide tip.
– Blue InfantScoop® (# 4888) is a 2mm wide tip.
– Orange ControLoop® (# 2999) is a 4mm wide tip.

How do they come packaged?

Fifty curettes per box.

Are curettes individually wrapped?

No, fifty 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. Alternatively, cerumen removal may increase the complexity of the visit. Curettage can also be used for foreign body removal. It can be submitted under CPT code 69200 for potential reimbursement.