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PCL Mono 30G-25mm (for skin re-modelling - Eyes, Lip Lines, Cheeks, Neck

PCL Mono 30G-25mm (for skin re-modelling - Eyes, Lip Lines, Cheeks, Neck




    Mono: Mono threads are smooth threads without barbs. These thread types are usually placed into the face in a mesh-like fashion for skin tightening effects by improving and stimulating collagen formation around the thread.
    Mono threads are often used on neck lines, neck sagginess, forehead and under eyes. Although effective in the stimulation of collagen production and synthesis, mono threads are generally effective only for tightening of the skin but not lift.

    Screw/Tornado: Screw threads are sometimes known as Tornado threads. They are often in the form of single or double threads intertwined together around the inserting needle. These threads have a great effect on volumizing sunken areas of the skin. Naturally, the intertwining threads have a stronger effect over the singular threads and are usually used for general face-lifting.

    Cog: Cog threads are essentially mono threads, but with barbs deigned to hook to the underside of the skin. These barbs are usually either cut or molded as part of the thread and purposed as a support structure to lift sagging tissues. In the case of cog threads, collagen formation will occur around both the threads and their barbs; making it most effective for significant lifting.

    Polydioxanone (PDO):
    The effects of polydioxanone (PDO) threads can last between 4 to 6 months, with threads completely dissolved and absorbed by the skin after 6 months.
    The functions of PDO has been known to cause changes in the dermis and many studies have shown that it is effective in improving pores and fine wrinkles.
    Fat cells have been observed to have denatured by the granulation tissues in the area of treatment, proving that PDO threads, if used correctly, can be very effective in face shaping, contouring and rejuvenation procedures.

    Poly-L-Lactic Acid (PLLA): Another material often chosen for surgical sutures is the Poly-L-Lactic Acid (PLLA). The PLLA has been observed to be even more effective at simulating collagen production than PDO. This material has a longer lifetime.
    Used as an alternative to fillers and botulinum toxin, PLLA can function as a volumizer and is able to stimualte the production of Type 1 and Type 3 collagen. One benefit of using PLLA over PDO threads is that it causes almost no or very small amount of inflammatory reaction to the surrounding tissues, yet delivering similar, if not better results.

    Polycaprolactone (PCL): Although not as commonly used or as popular as the PDO and PLLA, polucaprolactone (PCL) threads is one that can last the longest. This is because, the chemical bonds and structure in PCL are stronger and more complex, hence it takes a much longer time to be dissolved completely. PCL is also known to be very potent at stimulating collagen production as compared to PDO or PLLA. Once dissolved, the material breaks down into nontoxic ordinary substances and even after the thread has dissolved, collagen production can last for up to one year.


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