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Role of PLA Fillers

* Role of PLA Fillers

Reduce in collagen, moisture and fat layers in old skin compared to young skin PLA fillers promote volume filling, collagen and other biological tissue creation.

* Lactic acid

Lactic acid
  • Produced mainly through a fermentation process

  • Widely used as a raw material for food and medicine

  • Recently used as a monomer for biopolymers (PLA)

Polylactic acid (PLA) is a fatty polyester that is also a thermoplastic material that is synthesized using monomers from 100% renewable sources, such as starch from corn and potatoes.
There are two types of enantiomers, L-body and D-body in the monoamine lactic acid of PLA which becomes poly L-lactic acid (PLLA) and poly D-lactic acid (PDLA) respectively when polymerized.

These acids have different optical properties but the chemical and physical properties are the same.
The characteristics of these biodegradable polymers can be used to biodegrade medical 
products after performing certain functions in the body, so no removal surgery is required and foreign substances, or any chronic problems related to none.

* Features: Ease of Treatment

* Features: Decomposition Speed

  • The melting speed is significantly faster compared to other products when mixed with sterile water and left at room temperature

  • Fast melting - easy pre - treatment preparation



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