Patient Experience with Planatome
Surgical patients often ask three important questions about an upcoming procedure. They want to know if it will hurt, how fast it will heal, and if it will leave a nasty scar. Physicians who use Planatome blades for surgical procedures can reassure their patients that they will heal faster, with less postoperative pain and scarring.
Planatome Patient Benefits
- Smoother incisions with less tissue damage
- Faster healing and quicker recovery
- Improved nerve regeneration
- Smaller and less noticeable scars
The Planatome Difference
With a smooth, sharp blade, there is less tissue trauma during the incision. This is critical, as tissue trauma, with micro-tears from the jagged edge of traditional blades, promotes macrophage density and inflammatory response. This produces more bleeding, more postoperative pain, slower incision closure, and a long-term cosmetic impact from scarring.
Conversely, Planatome surgical blades create less tissue damage, less bleeding, and clean margins. The blades inhibit macrophage density, limit inflammatory response, and, based on results from surgeons using Planatome blades, less scarring.