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Pellet Bunching Can Harm Patient Outcomes

BHRT can be administered in several ways. Topical options such as gels and patches are common. So too are pills and shots commonly used to supply bio-identical hormones to patients dealing with the adverse consequences of perimenopause, menopause, and andropause.

A newer and compellingly effective option for BHRT is hormone pellets. Inserted through a tiny incision – typically in the gluteal region – hormone pellets slowly release bio-identical hormones over the course of several months, allowing for sustained patient results.

The number of pellets used is dependent on the individual, but up to six pellets can be placed during a single treatment. Because more than one pellet is inserted during the procedure, however, the risk of pellet bunching is possible, and this can pose a host of aesthetic and physical discomforts until they have dissolved; perhaps even long after.

Pellets are inserted with a handheld device. In some cases, pellet delivery may be uneven or fail to push the pellets deep enough, allowing for bunching and overlapping. This can result in lumps and bumps underneath the skin for several months. It can also increase risks for the development of scar tissue and result in other unpleasant aesthetic outcomes.

While some of these risks can be diminished through provider experience, having a pellet delivery tool that works to prevent bunching can help to ensure optimal patient outcomes for even the most experienced physician.

The Re3® Advanced Pellet Delivery System for Men & Women from Pellecome®

Ergonomically designed for optimal provider comfort and stocked with state-of-the-art and patented technologies designed to improve the comfort of patients, the Re3 pellet delivery system helps to ensure pellets are inserted at the appropriate depth and distance to avoid bunching. Further improving patient outcomes, the Re3 system does not require as much anesthesia as other pellet delivery systems, and its precision and advanced features also help to reduce instances of bruising and post-insertion discomfort, making it an ideal addition to medical spas, plastic surgery practices, and other medical offices looking to provide the safest and most effective BHRT options.

If you are considering adding BHRT to your practice or if you are interested in upgrading your current system to help improve patient experience, please contact us online or by phone to learn more about the advanced systems offered by Pellecome®.

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