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PCLA Mesothreads. Screw threads

Polycaprolactone screw threads represent a specialized form of mesothreads used in aesthetic medicine for skin rejuvenation and tightening. These threads have a unique twisted structure.

Distinguished by their unique spiral configuration, screw threads provide enhanced tensile strength and tissue support compared to conventional monothreads.

By inducing mechanical tension upon the skin, screw threads stimulate collagen synthesis, providing support for tissues and contributing to skin tightening and firming.

We highly recommend using PCLA Screw Threads: Rainbow. PCLA Threads (Mono Type: Screw) | 1 pouch (20 pcs) – box (5 pouches*20 pcs).

The procedure involving polycaprolactone screw threads is typically performed in several stages:

Firstly, you should consult with a qualified aesthetic medicine specialist who will evaluate your skin’s condition, discuss your goals and expectations from the procedure, and address any inquiries you may have.

Preparation involves thorough cleansing and disinfection of where the threads will be inserted, potentially supplemented by local anesthesia or numbing cream application to mitigate discomfort.

Thread insertion entails the adept placement of thin needles or cannulas carrying polycaprolactone screw threads into precise locations within the skin. Techniques may vary, accommodating individual patient requirements regarding thread quantity and depth of insertion.

After thread insertion, the specialist shapes and secures them in the desired position to achieve a lifting and firming effect, thereby rejuvenating the skin.

Upon completion of the procedure, the treated area receives post-procedural care to prevent infection and reduce the risk of inflammation. Patients receive skincare recommendations and guidance on what to avoid for a certain period.

Employing thin needles or cannulas, the insertion of polycaprolactone screw threads is a relatively minimally invasive procedure, facilitating swift recovery and enabling patients quickly return to their daily activities.

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