Manufacturer of highly realistic Silicone breast forms with life like nipples, natural droop and mobility at affordable prices.

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New developments:

realistic post mastectomy breast forms
 Realistic breast forms

natural bra forms with  natural droop
 
The perfect breast

Very large breast forms 46 E, 2,2 kg each
 Very large breast forms

perfect buttocks with silicone explants
 
  Perfect buttocks


skin attachable breast forms
Attachable breast forms

ventilated self adhesive bra
Adhesive bra ventilated

Breast enhancers

   Breast enhancers

silicone explants in general
  Breast and gluteal 
  explants


silicone flesh seat cushion
  Silicone flesh cushion

silicone sheets for scar treatment
   Scar removal
   silicone sheets

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Scarsil scarsil application

Pure silicone sheeting for occlusive scar treatment and removal of hypertrophic and keloid scars.

 Treatment and reduction of: 

   ...Burn scars

    ...Trauma scars

      ...Acne scars

       ...Post Surgical scars

 

 

Silicone Sheeting for scar management, how does it work?
  

The medical industry has used silicone sheeting since the early 1980's for treating burns and scarring. Although it was proven effective to reduce unsightly scars, the exact mechanism of the silicone sheeting is not known. Several suggestions have been made, including oxygen tension, hydration, increased pressure, and the presence of silicone oil in the local environment. These things are thought to aid in improving the color of the scar, diminishing the size of the scar, and increasing elasticity in both hypertrophic and keloid scars. No product can make scars completely disapear, but occlusive silicone sheeting can make them much less visible.

scarsil silicone sheets, skin tone

How to use Scarsil:

removing ScarsilRemove the Scarsil silicone sheet carefully from plastic bag


cutting right sizeCut out a piece of a sufficient size to cover scar



adhesive tape preparationPrepare a length of hypoallergenic adhesive tape



placement over scarPut Scarsil silicone sheet over scar to cover it completely

 

fixing with tapeApply adhesive tape over Scarsil silicone sheet to hold it in place securely

securely held in place
For best results, a 24 hour scar occlusion period is
recommended.

 

Scarsil silicone sheet should be cleaned regularly with water and mild soap, let dry and may then be used again. Eventually, the same Scarsil silicone sheet may be reused for the whole duration of the treatment. For best results, use Scarsil for at least 8 - 12 weeks.

 

Incision scars

Scar untreated
Scar treated

Acne scars

Acne scars untreated acne scars after

Keloid scars

Keloid formation untreated
Keloid formation treated

 Scarsil
Available sheet sizes: 10cm x 10cm x 2,5 mm
                  10cm x 15 cm x 2,5 mm
                  20cm x 30 cm x 2,5 mm

Colors:             translucent or skin color

New: Internal fabric reinforcement for maximum durability   

 

SCIENTIFIC STUDIES:

Hirshowitz, B., Ullmann, Y., Har-Shai, A., Vilenski, A., Peled, I.J.,
"Silicone occlusive sheeting (SOS) in the management of hypertrophic and keloid scarring, including the possible mode of action of silicone, by static electricity." European Journal of Plastic Surgery 1993; 16: 5-9.
 
Sproat, J.E., Dalcin, A., Weitauer, N., Roberts, R.S., "Hypertrophic Sternal Scars: Silicone Gel sheet versus Kenalog Injection Treatment." Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 1992; 90: 988-992.
 
Boisdenghien, A.,
"Use of the Silicone Sheet in a Physiological Treatment of Hypertrophic Healing and Keloids." Plastic Surgery Etterbeek — Ixelles Hospital Complex, 63 rue Jean Paquot, 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium.
 
Cruz-Korchin, N. I
., "Effectiveness of Silicone Sheets in the Prevention of Hypertrophic Breast Scars." Annual Plastic Surgery 1996; 37: 345-348.
 
Peacock, E.E., Van Winkle, W.,
Surgery and Biology of Wound Repair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: W.B. Saunders Company, 1970.
 
Krizek, T.J., Harries, R.H.C., Robson, M.C., "Biology of tissue injury and repair" (a chapter in Essentials of Plastic Surgery.
 
Ohmori, S., "Effectiveness of silastic sheet coverage in the treatment of scar keloid (hypertrophic scar)." Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 1988; 12: 95-99.
 
Ketcham, I.D.,
"Keloids and hypertrophic scars" (a chapter in Symposium on Basic Science in Plastic Surgery). St. Louis, MO, C.V. Mosby Company, 1976.
 
Madden, J.W., Peacock, E.E.
, "Studies on the biology of collagen during wound healing. 1. Rate of collagen synthesis and deposition in cutaneous wounds of the rat." Surgery 1967; 64: 288-301.
 
Larson, D.I., Abston, S., Willis, B., Linares, H.A., Dobrkovsky, M., Evans, E.B., Lewis, S.R. "Contracture and scar formation in the burn patient." Clinical Plastic Surgery 1974; 1:853-883.
 
Shenaq, S.M., Rabinovsky, E.D. "Gene therapy for plastic and reconstructive surgery." Clinical Plastic Surgery 1996; 23: 157-171.
 
Majno, G. The Healing Hand, Boston, MA; Harvard University Press, 1975.
 
Linares, H.A., Larson, D.I., Bauer, P.S.
"Influence of mechanical forces on burn scar contracture and hypertrophy" (a chapter in Symposium on Basic Science in Plastic Surgery). St Louis, MO, C.V. Mosby Company 1976.

 

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