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Facil rejuvenation

Facial rejuvenation in A Coruña with growth factors

Aging is a multifactorial process that takes place during the last stage of life and it is characterized by progressive loss of functional capacity in all tissues and organs.
It is known that the skin aging is caused by cellular degradation or intercellular matrix, decreased vascularization, fat atrophy, muscle atrophy etc. These phenomena are involved in a fundamental way in the inexorable passage of time and genetics.
The skin deteriorates with age, exposure to certain environmental factors (sun or cold) and the development of certain diseases. Consequently, the skin loses moisture, elasticity and firmness; also losing their regenerative capacity.
pH, hydration, elasticity, sebum production, level of scaling, roughness etc).
To maintain the ideal microenvironment in which the cells are, growth factors play a crucial role, promoting the proliferation, chemotaxis and cell migration and the synthesis of proteins such as collagen and elastin, giving the skin a more healthy aspect. The plasma rich in growth factors (PRGF) contains multiple proteins and growth factors that are involved in tissue regeneration.
Currently, due to social pressure, the emphasis on our physical appearance is increasing, being considered and acceptable and even necessary the struggle to maintain a youthful and healthy appearance. This growing aesthetic awareness means that there is an increasing interest in developing new products to help us improve the appearance of our skin.
The professionals at the Pardiñas Clinic have received specific training in the technology of plasma rich in growth factors and it is a recognized center for its use.

Benefits of growth factors

The ability of PRGF to activate tissue regeneration can counteract degenerative changes in the skin from the third decade of life, improving skin tone and elasticity.

  • Production of hyaluronic acid by our own cells.
  • More homogeneous skin: Fine wrinkles are reduced in the infiltrated areas. Expression lines are maintained giving a natural result.
  • Increase in consistency: It favors the increase in the production of collagen and elastin, which increases the thickness of the skin.
  • Hydration: Improves the level of hydration of the skin.
  • Reduction of sun damage.
  • Skin luminosity: Recovers the luminosity that is lost over the years.

Treatment: How and when is this technique applied?

Treatment with plasma infiltration is recommended as preventive level from 35 years old, to slow the aging process, or from 45 years old for corrective regenerative purposes. The treatment can be applied on the face, neck, chest and hands.

Therapeutic process of facial rejuvenation

  • We extract blood from the patient.
  • Platelet concentration.
  • Activate the release of growth factors.
  • Infiltrate plasma rich in growth factors.

Compatibility of plasma rich in growth factors

This technique is compatible with other cosmetic treatments, since they have not been described so far negative interactions with other substances. In fact, some PRGF-based treatments can be supplemented using a filler to increase the volume of a specific area if necessary.

Treatment duration

The results of the infiltration of plasma rich in growth factors are progressive and begin to appreciate after 24 hours from the first application, with an increase of smoothness and brightness of skin with each new session. It is advisable to have 3 sessions in the first three months. Subsequently, the treatment is personalized, with usual maintenance of 1-3 sessions per year depending on age and skin type.
In any case ask us about what is the right treatment for you, all Pardiñas Medical Dental Clinic team will be happy to answer any question you have.

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