Everything you need to know about bio fillers
Plasma gel filling is a form of an autologous (made from patients own blood) method for medical/ facial rejuvenation. It is easy to obtain.
It replaces Hyaluronic acid fillers and is far more beneficial than treatments such as Botulinum toxin. Plasma gel is a natural product that the body accepts and absorbs easily.
Considering the low cost and plasma gel being an autologous product so there is no chance of hypersensitivity or allergic reaction.
Plasma gel is a filler used to treat wrinkles, ageing face, scar reduction. It has recently gained popularity in the medical field with excellent results in a single session for wrinkle reduction.
The procedure involves the patient’s own 10- 20 ml blood being centrifuged, filtered and processed to produce a platelet rich serum and then into a plasma gel or PRP gel.
Where the plasma which contains platelets(thrombocytes) which contain various proteins(growth factors) help in collagen formation and new blood vessel formation. Sonication process – In order to prepare the plasma gel and get maximal results, sonication process is an effective method used to break the cell membane release maximum growth factors from platelets.
This being a biostimulative treatment, the growth factors help the body to naturally produce collagen. This helps to tighten the skin and make it more radiant and glowing in one sitting.
The best results for plasma gel are:
1. Cheek enhancement
2. Sides of the forehead or temple area
3. Laugh lines or nasolabial folds
4. Lip and nose reshaping
5. Acne scars and stretch marks
Benefits of using plasma gel :
1. Minimally invasive procedure
2. Inexpensive compared to dermal fillers
3. Painless, no sedation required
4. No known risks or side effects
5. Results last from 18 to 24 months
Slight swelling on the injected area which subsides in a few hours
The patient is asked not to massage the area and apply makeup
Avoid taking Blood thinners like Aspirin, Vitamin E or Brufen for 24 hours
Patients can resume work immediately after the procedure.
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