Threads sticking out after scar removal surgery (nylon)
Q: I’m a man in my late 30s. I had surgery four months ago to get rid of the scar on my face. We found a fine thread hollowed out from the surgical site. I went to the hospital and they said it was a knot of thread used for the suture inside the skin. It’s not a melting thread.
A week later, the thread is empty again today. I’m worried. I don’t feel good. I wonder if it’s going to come out empty again. Don’t you usually use melting thread for sutures? I wonder if there is any problem.
A: There are two types of yarns that are buried under the skin during scar surgery: melting yarn and non-melting yarn. There are pros and cons to each of themselves.
Non-melting yarns usually use nylon. The pulling force is good and helps to make the scar smaller 정품비아그라
However, if your skin is thin, the thread will come out and you can feel the knot.
The melting thread is weak in pulling force and cannot be pulled for a long time, resulting in a slight scar. You will choose yarn based on your doctor’s judgment. There’s no problem.