The raw material used is the fine thread from silkworm cocoons. In a special process, the raw silk threads are braided and coated to make them water-repellent and resistant to serous secretions. Silk is one of the non-absorbable suture materials of natural origin and has been used effectively in surgical procedures for centuries.
|Areas of use:||Ligatures, Retention suture, Marking, Oral and maxillofacial surgery, Ophthalmology|
|Special Features:||knot-holding security, exceptionally smooth passage through the tissues, very easy handling|