What is involved?
A small blood sample is drawn by Dr. David, similarly to how you give blood at you GP, from your arm.
This blood is then centrifuged for a specific time and speed to separate the precious cells and harvest the plasma.
Your blood plasma is then heated to a specific temperature, which gives it a thicker, gel like consistency. This is now your all 'Natural' filler, which can be used in all the same ways that hyaluronic acid dermal fillers can used (apart from lips).
Results are instant, as per hyaluronic acid (HA) filler. However, 2-3 treatments may be needed for maximum results, as these are your own cells.
But! Not only does Plasma Filler improve volume loss, it also boosts fibroblast expansion (our collagen producing cells) has an excellent cell bio-compatability and safety profile, and overall, results can last longer than HA filler.
Follow up treatments can be requested once or more a year, after the initial group of treatments, to boost and maintain the results.
- Clever regenerative medicine that can -
- Add volume and smooth out creases
- Improve fine lines and wrinkles
- Rejuvenate lip lines
- Treat décolletage
- Plump recessed scars
- Enhance contours such as cheeks
- Improve laxity
- Treat tear troughs and dark circles under eyes
- Improve tone and texture
How do I know of this is for me?
- Are you are looking for a 100% natural anti-ageing rejuvenation solution?
- Are you looking for 100% natural results?
- Are you are looking for a SAFE treatment? Plasma filler uses your own cells so has an excellent safety profile.
- Have you had a bad experience with dermal fillers? Dermal fillers can cause swelling as they attract water and there are more risks involved.
Note! Unfortunately, Patients with the following conditions are not candidates for this treatment:
- Acute and chronic infections
- Systemic Skin disease (e.g. SLE, porphyria)
- Cancer & those undergoing Chemotherapy treatments
- Abnormal platelet function (blood disorder Hypofibrinogenemia, Thrombocytopenia)
- Chronic Liver pathology
- Anticoagulation therapy
- Systemic use of corticosteroids within two weeks of the procedure
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding