In cosmetic surgery, the aim is to obtain proteins from the blood of the patient. These proteins have biological activity, the most important of which are growth factors for stimulation and regeneration of tissue. Its application in aesthetic medicine can restore the vitality of the skin, giving it greater moisture and promoting the formation of blood vessels, resulting in a more youthful and resistant skin.
There are no complications, since the product is taken from the body of the same patient.
It consists in extracting the blood and, after centrifuging it and obtaining the plasma component, injecting that component under the skin in tiny, painless injections in the regions we want to rejuvenate. The most appropriate areas are the face, neck, neckline and hands.
Using this technique, we can:
It is recommended that patients undergo three sessions of treatment over three months (1 each month). One to three maintenance sessions per year then follow, depending on the needs and type of skin of each patient.
Cosmetic treatment with plasma rich in growth factor is presented as one of the latest developments in facial rejuvenation (facial anti-aging). It is a technique that isolates and uses the growth factor present in plasma to stimulate, boost and accelerate tissue regeneration.
No, as the injected component belongs to the same patient, there is no risk of allergic reactions to any product or a rejection of the material used. As a result, it is highly recommended to patients with autoimmune problems or allergy history.
We can also use it on the neck, chest and hands. It also produces excellent results in people experiencing hair loss since it strengthens existing hair, preventing it from falling out and helping regenerate the hair follicle so that new hair can grow.