Surgical Glue for Cuts

Surgical Glue for Cuts

Surgical glue is a special medical glue used to close wounds. Also called “tissue adhesive” or “liquid stitches”. It can be used on its own or with stitches or adhesive tape.

Surgical glue is often used to close both major and minor wounds, such as lacerations, incisions made during laparoscopic surgery, and wounds on the face or in the groin.


Surgical glue is a type of adhesive used to seal cuts or incisions during surgical procedures. It is generally safe and effective for use in minor cuts and wounds. However, it may not be suitable for larger, deeper wounds or wounds that are located in areas of high stress or tension. In these cases, traditional sutures or staples may be more appropriate. Different wound closure methods: adhesive tape, sutures, staples, and glue how to choose


In addition to its effectiveness in sealing wounds, surgical glue has several advantages over traditional sutures or stitches. These include:


  • Faster healing time: Surgical glue promotes faster healing compared to traditional sutures or stitches, as it doesn’t require time for the wound to heal around the stitches or for the stitches to be removed.
  • Reduced risk of infection: Because surgical glue seals the wound completely, there is a reduced risk of infection compared to open wounds closed with sutures or stitches.
  • Less scarring: Since surgical glue doesn’t leave visible marks on the skin, it can result in less scarring than traditional sutures or stitches.
  • No need for anesthesia: Applying surgical glue is a relatively quick and painless process that doesn’t require anesthesia, making it a good option for patients who cannot tolerate local anesthesia.



ModelMain IngredientVolumePackingAvailable Color
PLO-0502-Octyl Cyanoacrylate0.5ml6pcs/box, 24boxes/ctnBlue
PLO-1002-Octyl Cyanoacrylate1ml6pcs/box, 24boxes/ctnBlue


The video of the doctor using PerfectSeal® surgical glue to seal a child’s forehead wound


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