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Mepiform Self-Adherent Silicon Dressing - 2" x 3" - Box of 5

Topical silicone has empirically been shown to have positive impact on hypertrophic scars and keloids. It may take from 3 months up to a year or more to improve an old scar, depending on the condition of the scar tissue. Mepiform shall optimally be worn 24 hours a day. It is recommended that Mepiform is removed once a day, e.g. when showering or bathing, for inspection and washing of the skin. For prophylactic treatment, Mepiform shall be used for 2-6 months depending on the condition of the scar.



Thin and conformable self-adherent, bordered foam dressing featuring Safetac® soft silicone technology. Absorbs exudate effectively and minimizes the risk of periwound skin maceration and erosion. The film backing is moisture vapor permeable, waterproof, and provides a bacterial barrier. Indicated for non- to low-exuding wounds, painful wounds, and wounds with compromised or fragile periwound skin such as abrasions, cuts, blisters, finger injuries, and traumatic skin tears.




HCPCS: A6212, A6213
Topical silicone has empirically been shown to have positive impact on hypertrophic scars and keloids. It may take from 3 months up to a year or more to improve an old scar, depending on the condition of the scar tissue. Mepiform shall optimally be worn 24 hours a day. It is recommended that Mepiform is removed once a day, e.g. when showering or bathing, for inspection and washing of the skin. For prophylactic treatment, Mepiform shall be used for 2-6 months depending on the condition of the scar.



Thin and conformable self-adherent, bordered foam dressing featuring Safetac® soft silicone technology. Absorbs exudate effectively and minimizes the risk of periwound skin maceration and erosion. The film backing is moisture vapor permeable, waterproof, and provides a bacterial barrier. Indicated for non- to low-exuding wounds, painful wounds, and wounds with compromised or fragile periwound skin such as abrasions, cuts, blisters, finger injuries, and traumatic skin tears.




HCPCS: A6212, A6213


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