SILHOUETTE SOFT® 12 CONES 5 packs (2 sutures with 12 cones each)
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What is Silhouette Soft?
Silhouette Soft are surgical sutures made of poly-L-lactic acid with attached molded cones. Use these sutures on the face to lift and tighten aging skin. Only authorized personnel in accordance with local regulations should use Silhouette Soft sutures.
Where can I buy this product?
You can order Silhouette Soft instalift device online from GlowHealth.eu or you can phone our friendly customer service associates to order this and other medical supplies. When you order Silhouette Soft sutures from Glow Health, you can give your patients a non-surgical facelift to correct the appearance of sagging skin for a more youthful look.
What does this product come with?
5 packs x 2 sutures (with 8 cones, 12 cones, or 16 cones on 26.8cm, 27.5cm, or 30cm long sutures)
2 attached 12cm straight needles
5 traceability labels
What are the benefits of this product?
Silhouette Soft instalift device is a special suture that can you can use to perform a non-surgical facelift. The suture is made of polylactic acid which gradually dissolves, leaving behind natural collagen growth, with bi-directional cones made of poly(lactide-co-glycolic acid), which is a mixture of lactic and glycolic acids. These cones help to keep the threads in place. Silhouette Soft comes in sutures that are 26.8cm, 27.5cm, and 30cm long and with 8, 12, or 16 cones on each suture, and they come in packages of 2 sutures. A Silhouette Soft procedure is sometimes called a "puppet face lift", "one-stitch face lift", or a "non-surgical face lift." In some locations, Silhouette Soft is called Silhouette Lift® or Silhouette Instalift™. It is similar to PDO threads (polydioxanone threads).
How does this product work?
The Silhouette Soft sutures work by physically lifting sagging skin, with the bi-directional cones to hold the sutures in place after insertion. The materials used to make these sutures are biodegradable so they gradually break down within the skin, leaving no trace. In the meantime, the sutures provide structure for collagen growth, encouraging the growth of collagen so that when the sutures dissolve, a network of collagen remains to give the skin structure. Studies show collagen begins to encapsulate the sutures at about 30 days after insertion. The suture may begin to absorb around 181 days after implantation, and after a year, the sutures may show degradation.
What are the ingredients?
Surgical strands of poly-L-lactic acid with molded cones.