The use of 3D cannula threading is recommended for patients with drooping tissues, making reasonable treatment progression and tissue passage possible.
Cannulas present a number of advantages: they are non-invasive, they are respectful of hypodermic structures, and they produce exceptional results with 3D cog threads for therapeutic use.
Compared to traditional barbed sutures, the application of 3D cog threads generates numerous force vectors, as well as elevated anchoring and tissue traction. Results are improved using fewer threads, which means fewer punctures.
The design of 3D cog threads is not only state-of the-art but also a therapeutic breakthrough, contributing great technical versatility as the sutures can be used with a needle or a cannula. This means a more accurate fit between the patient and the technique used, resulting in greater customisation.
- 3D cog threads
- Reduced adverse effects
- Ideal for body treatment
- Body sagging management
- Increased lifting effect
- Heavier tissues
- Respectful of hypodermic structures
- Small nerves, etc.