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Breakthrough Science for Healing Wounds - Ozone Scar Release Technique - Great for C-Section Scars and other Surgical Incisions

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 27, 2018 6:29:22 AM / by Winter Ninivaggi

Could stitches be a thing of the past? 

A research team from ASU recently demonstrated the ability to repair wounds on animals using a laser and special laser activated nanomaterial. Early demonstrations show the new approach producing a leak proof seal that takes less time to form than it does using traditional suturing techniques. 

The material is made with gold nanorods embedded into a special type of purified silk. When the laser is introduced to the material, the heat generated causes the silk to bond with the skin creating a seal 7 times stronger that traditional stitches. 

"Researchers have created two distinct types of this nanomaterial. One is water-resistant, for use in areas in which more liquid is present, as with the intestine. The other formulation involves mixing the laser-activated nanosealant with water. This allows for application on superficial skin wounds." (Reinke, 2018)

While it has not yet been tried on humans, it has been successful in treating soft-tissue wounds in animals. 

If you've had a wound treated with stitches, glue or staples you may have a puckered scar you'd like to get rid of. Ozone does the trick! We are now offering ozone scar release treatment to release puckered scars from the skin. The skin is connected to the autonomic nervous system and scars that are not released can cause pain in other areas of the body. That lower back pain or lower abdominal pain might be caused from your C-section scar. We can effectively change your pain pattern in one treatment. 

Ozone therapies are safe and effective! Get rid of your pulling scar in as little as one treatment!

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Reinke, Jeff. “Lasers Could Replace Stitches for Wound Treatment.” Thomas Insights - U.S. Manufacturing and Industrial News, Thomasnet, 21 Nov. 2018, news.thomasnet.com/featured/lasers-could-replace-stitches-for-wound-treatment/.

Winter Ninivaggi

Written by Winter Ninivaggi

Isadora Guggenheim, ND, RN, MS, CNS LMT, owner of Second Nature Naturopathic Care, LLC
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