Nordyx Screw thread
Screw threads have the purpose of giving volume and rejuvenation to a chosen area. They can also be used for lip augmentation.
Innovative threads with unique and strong barbs improve the attachments to the tissue and therefore give a better lift and long-lasting result. Nordyx uses the best material that stays the longest time in the tissue to obtain maximum results – PLACL, is a combination of PCL (Polycaprolactone) and PLLA (Polylactic-acid). Biocompatible materials are resorbed by the tissue without any residues.
Stimulates the formation of new collagen, elastin, capillaries, and HA, which results in a stronger and more elastic tissue.
Stimulates angiogenesis (formation of new capillaries) which increases blood circulation and delivers more nutrition to the skin.
Long-lasting results without surgery – no scar formation or irreversible changes.
The Cannulas for thread lifting comes in sizes 18G to 21G. All of these have cogs, and the length of the cannula is from 50mm to 100mm.
You can choose between 3 different cannula types: Sharp, Blunt, and Semi-blunt (L-cannula) cannulas. L-cannula is most used.
The thread inside the cannula comes in lengths from 80mm up to 185mm.
The threads are placed in the tissue by inserting a cannula that already has the thread inside the cannula.The thread leaves the cannula when the cannula is being removed from the tissue.
Lenths of cannulas: 50mm til 110mm
Lengths of the threads: 50mm til 185mm
Cannulas are made of the highest quality steel.
3D Cog/hook (FE)
This type is a product with a three-dimensional designed cog / hook formation, which is bi-directional.
The FE has been used in procedures for a long time, and is produced with a machine that makes the hooks on the thread.
The FE hooks are helical hooks with a 60-degree angular distance, and it therefore has a stereoscopic skin-holding effect that provides greater bonding strength than many other models with FE hooks/cogs.
3D Cog (FE BP)
This hook formation has hooks that go against each other every other time many times along the entire thread.
Here you can place the skin on the thread along the way while removing the cannula. These hooks attach very well to the tissue and can not be adjusted afterwards.
The hooks are FE-3D with a 60 degree angle distance.
The advantage of this product is the strength and durability of the thread. Unlike other types of thread products with cogs, this type uses a production method called the «molding-press process”, which results in very little power loss in the thread material when compared to other types of cogs that are produced using cog pattern processing.
The hooks are thicker than the FE-cogs and create a hold to the tissue that lasts longer. Where you have heavy and older skin that needs more anchoring, these are preferable to the usual FE-3D hooks.
These are threads that are bi-directional (the hooks go in both directions towards each other towards the middle).
SC-cogs (molded cogs)
With SC-cogs, the thread creates a very strong attachment to the tissue due to many strong and molded cogs. SC cogs come in 19G cannulas and are available in 60mm, 80mm and 100mm. They also come in 18G cannula and 100mm cannula length.
The thickness of the threads inside the 19G cannula is 2-0 USP, and in the 18G cannula, they are 1-0 USP. These molded cogs are also available as Double Needle threads, and then have a thickness of 1-0 USP.
SN-cogs (molded cogs)
With SN-cogs you get an extremely good attachment to the tissue, and it is important that you press/massage the tissue into the “openings” on the thread right after you have inserted it sub-dermally so that you then “lock” the tissue on the cogs so that the tissue is prevented from falling down again. The SN threads come in thicknesses 2 and 3 USP, which are the thickest threads on the market. The SN thread comes inside an 18G-L cannula that has either 60mm or 100mm in length.
Normally the thread is dissolved in the tissue after 12-18 months, but the new formation of collagen and other new tissue will give a result that lasts up to 3-5 years.
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