With dental and facial aesthetics in mind Swann-Morton offer the versatile Fine range of handles and blades. The cutting edge expertise embodied within these blades meets the most demanding and complex requirements presented by modern day Periodontal, Cosmetic, Oral Implantology and Maxillofacial procedures.

The EU Sharps Directive compliant sterile retractable safety scalpel supports existing safe passing protocols and encourages safe disposal of sharps in the dental practice. It is currently available in three blade shapes, 10, 11P and 15 which are colour-coded for ease of recognition.

The single use sterile blade remover assists in the safe removal of a contaminated surgical blade from the traditional metal surgical handles whilst the Cygnetic range combines a thicker stainless steel blade with a special innovative handle which grips the blade firmly on both sides providing additional lateral strength. The system minimises the handling of the blade when fitting and removing from the handle.

Swann-Morton surgical blades can be used in the surgery for the following:

  • Minor surgery
  • Oral and Maxillofacial surgery
  • Implantology
  • Labial freanum
  • Incising abscesses
  • Peridontal Surgery
  • Maxillary sinus floor augmentation
  • Raising Skin Flaps

Swann-Morton Dentistry Range

Below is the full range of our dentistry blades and handles.


11, 11P, 12, 12D, 15, 15c, SM64, SM65, SM67 & SM69 Carbon or stainless steel sterile surgical blades


No. 3, No. 3G, No. 7, No. 9, No. B3, No. B3L, SF13 & SF23 surgical handles

News & Exhibitions


21st October 2019

New booth location for MEDICA 2019

At this years MEDICA Swann-Morton took up residence in their new location, Booth D26 ,Hall 11. As well as their usual experienced team they were joined by senior management from their two overseas subsidiaries, Swann-Morton/Sinner, France and JK Surgical, Poland

New booth location for MEDICA 2019

News Articles

5th February 2020

Post Implementation Review of Sharp Instruments in Healthcare regulations 2013.

Injuries from needles and other sharp instruments (needlestick / sharps injuries) constitute a known risk in the healthcare sector. Sharps injuries to healthcare workers from instruments contaminated with a patient’s blood have potential to transmit more than twenty infectious diseases including blood-borne viruses. This can have a serious impact on health. Also, the anxiety and side effects of post-exposure prophylaxis can have a significant personal impact on healthcare workers.

Post Implementation Review of Sahrp Instruments in healthcare regulations 2013.