Saturday, 9 March 2013

More on P-ure breast implants special netted coating


P- ure implants have a netted coating that gives the implant some special qualities which I refer to as the “Velcro effect” and the “lattice effect”. Here I have discussed in further detail the two qualities that make P-ure impants stand out form the rest.
The Lattice Effect is a little more complex than the velcro effect but put simpily; when normal smooth or textured implants are put in the chest, the chest forms what appears like a thin plastic bag round them called a ‘capsule’. The plastic bag is made up of scar tissue or collagen. If the capsule is disturbed, the fibres of the bag contract and it tightens round the implant making the breast go hard and deforming the shape. This is referred to as ‘Capsular Contracture’ and is the number one complication with breast augmentation.
When a P-ure coated implants are put in the chest the collagen fibres coil around the surface, creating a netting. If it is disturbed it will only tighten miniscullay around the separate strands of netting as opposed to around the whole implant which prevents capsular contracture and leaves the breast soft.
The Velcro Effect is very easy to understand. The bodies natural healing tissue grows into the netting on the implants surface and holds it firmly in place. The implant performs like an inner bra that supports its own weight and keeps the breast tissue firm as well. The result is that P-ure implants actually prevent the breast from sagging.
The Velcro Effect also helps avoid other complications like active breasts (which is excessive movement under the muscle) implant migration and rotating of teardrop implants.
These benefits of P-ure implants means the cleavage won't move apart with muscle movement, the implants won't sag and the breasts will remain soft. 

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