Silicone Dressings

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McKesson Silicone Wound Contact Layer Dressing, 3 x 4 Inch - 1083095_BX - 1
McKesson Silicone Wound Contact Layer Dressing, 3 x 4 Inch
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McKesson Silicone Wound Contact Layer Dressing, 4 x 7-2/5 Inch - 1083096_BX - 1
McKesson Silicone Wound Contact Layer Dressing, 4 x 7-2/5 Inch
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Mepilex Border Flex Adhesive with Border Foam Dressing, 4 x 4 Inch - 1114380_BX - 1
Proximel Silicone Foam Dressing, 4 x 4 Inch - 1118896_BX - 1

Perfect for a wide array of skin conditions and wound types, silicone dressings promote a moist healing environment, accelerating the natural healing process while safeguarding the delicate new skin. Their semi-permeable structure allows the skin to breathe, ensuring proper moisture balance and protection against bacteria and contaminants. Whether it's for post-operative wounds, chronic ulcers, or everyday cuts and abrasions, our Silicone Dressings offer versatility, ease, and efficacy.

Embrace the innovation of silicone dressings and experience the perfect blend of protection, comfort, and healing. Ideal for sensitive skin and suitable for all ages, these dressings are your go-to solution for a faster, hassle-free recovery. Dive into our collection and find the perfect dressing to suit your individual needs, because when it comes to wound care, you deserve nothing but the best.

Frequently Asked Questions about Silicone Dressings

Silicone dressings offer gentle adhesion, minimizing damage to the skin during removal. They are also known for maintaining a moist wound environment, which is essential for healing, and reducing the risk of scarring.

Silicone dressings are less abrasive and offer pain-free removal compared to some traditional dressings. They also provide better thermal insulation and moisture retention, promoting faster healing.

While silicone dressings are versatile, it's important to consult a healthcare professional as some wound types or conditions may require specific treatment approaches.

The frequency of changing silicone dressings depends on the wound's condition and exudate levels. It's generally less frequent than traditional dressings due to their absorbent and non-adherent nature.

Silicone dressings are generally safe and well-tolerated. However, in rare cases, some individuals may experience skin irritation or allergic reactions.

They maintain a moist environment, protect the wound from infection and external irritants, and minimize trauma during dressing changes, all of which are conducive to wound healing.

There are foam silicone dressings, silicone gel sheets, and bordered silicone dressings, each designed for different wound types and healing stages.

Yes, silicone dressings are often recommended for sensitive skin due to their gentle adhesion and reduced risk of irritation.

Cleanse the wound area, ensure the skin is dry, apply the dressing gently, and smooth it into place. To remove, gently peel back the edges and lift away from the skin.

Silicone dressings may be more expensive than traditional dressings, but their extended wear time and effectiveness can offer cost savings in the long term through reduced dressing changes and better wound healing outcomes.

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