PTFE Sutures used in dental are the gold standard today. Leading dental surgeons prefer to use WEGO-PTFE surgical sutures for ridge augmentation, periodontal surgeries, tissue regeneration procedures, tissue grafting, implant surgery, bone grafting procedures.

Medical supplies are a key component of the success of your dental practice. Flawless surgical procedures and the best outcomes are made possible with high-quality Teflon PTFE sutures. WEGO-PTFE sutures are 100% medical-grade without dyes or coatings. The monofilament design of PTFE sutures in dental ensures a biologically inert and nonreactive product. The soft monofilament structure is non-absorbable and maintains its structure without bacterial wicking. Both soft and comfortable the WEGO-PTFE sutures can provide desirable outcomes for patients thanks to a biologically inert PTFE sutures structure.  WEGO-PTFE sutures are an excellent choice for implant surgeries and other dental procedures. WEGO-PTFE surgical sutures are non-absorbable and designed for easy handling.

The key advantages of WEGO-PTFE sutures are:

● penetration.
● Threads are free of dyes and coatings, eliminating bacterial wicking.
● Sutured sites remain stable and closed thanks to a non-absorbable design.
● All WEGO-PTFE sutures are medical-grade. They are non-reactive to chemicals and are completely biologically inert. This improves aftercare and maintenance for patients.
● There is no package memory when working with PTFE. This improves handling because threads will never recoil into their package shape.
● Wound healing is promoted with non-reactive and non-absorbable sutures. PTFE cannot absorb food residue, beverages, bacteria, saliva, or blood.
● Comfort is dramatically improved compared to most monofilament sutures. Knot ends don’t cause oral irritation.
●  PTFE offers best-in-class durability and stability for all procedures.

Non-absorbable PTFE dental sutures are ideal for cases where strength and durability are key demands. With a biologically inert compound, healing is promoted with minimal risk of infection or complication.

Post time: Sep-03-2021