Fibroblast Plasma Treatment

Benefits, Side Effects, and Procedures

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Fibroblast Plasma Treatment is a new and revolutionary treatment that uses plasma technology to heal the body that first became popular in Europe to heal wounds, scars, burns, and other dermatological conditions.

Fibroblast Plasma Treatment (FPT) is a non-surgical treatment, regenerative treatment that has been proven to be an effective and safe alternative for treating chronic pain. Plasma Fibroblast Treatment can help those with osteoarthritis, joint injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome or other painful conditions.

For many individuals, loose and sagging skin is an undesirable cosmetic concern that negatively impacts their appearance. Skin elasticity is caused by the breakdown of collagen and elastin, two proteins within the skin responsible for giving it its firmness and elasticity. FPT can help with this condition as well.

This article will answer some of the most commonly asked questions about Fibroblast Plasma Treatment so you can decide if it's right for you!

What is Plasma Fibroblast Therapy?

Plasma Fibroblast is a non-surgical revolutionary skin tightening cosmetic treatment (or soft surgery method) for a perfect facial rejuvenation, using Plasma instead of a scalpel to shrink, tighten and reduce the volume of excess skin. This innovative treatment will give results which you would normally expect after surgery.

FPT therapy increases the production of collagen and elastin in your body which helps improve mobility, flexibility and range of motion.

The Fibroblast Plasma Process is a non-invasive surgical procedure that may be the right solution for you. that requires no downtime and has little to no side effects. It can be used on all areas of the body, including hands, elbows, knees or even surgical scars! The process does not require any incisions or injections to be made which helps reduce the risk of infection.

Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy consists of a series of injections that are applied to the skin, which in turn stimulates collagen production. With increased volume and density, scars can be reduced or eliminated with just one session! This process also helps wounds heal faster by reducing pain and speeding up the recovery process.

How does it work?

The Fibroblast Plasma Process is a micro-invasive treatment that uses plasma to help heal wounds, scars, burns and other dermatological conditions such as skin tags or warts.

The Fibroblast Plasma Treatment is delivered using an electronic hand-piece, the plasma pen. This precision device is fitted with an applicator tip (metal probe) which enables the transfer of energy to the skin by utilizing the voltage in the air between the device tip and skin to generate a plasma charge. When this charge is applied to the skin, it can deliver a variety of therapeutic benefits.

What are Fibroblast Plasma Benefits?

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There are many benefits when it comes to Fibroblast Plasma. One of the main benefits is that it also helps with healing wounds - and in some cases Fibroblast process therapy can work long-term, so you don't need any other treatments!

Plasma Skin Tightening: The Fibroblast Plasma Process can also be used for skin tightening and rejuvenation. This is done using a process called radio frequency energy, which stimulates natural collagen production in the skin to tighten and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. This revolutionary new skin tightening procedure can create similar effects as surgical options without ever having to go under the knife. Plasma skin tightening is a nonsurgical skin tightening procedure in which plasma is used to heat and tighten the skin. As Fibroblast is more than a simple tightening treatment the effects should last as long as they would with invasive surgery. Like all surgical and cosmetic procedures, the effects of fibroblast are not entirely permanent as it does not stop any further ageing:

  • Loose stomach skin
  • Eyelid tightening including double eyelid surgery
  • Facial wrinkles
  • Neck tightening
  • Lifting of the midface
  • Reduction of the loose skin on knees, hands, elbows lines
  • Body lifting
  • Acne treatment
  • Thread vein
  • Scar correction
  • Tattoo removal
  • Stretch marks
  • Soft Surgery meaning that it's a perfect facial rejuvenation
  • A minimally invasive procedure with much lower risk and at a more affordable price than actual surgery.

How does Fibroblast Plasma Treatment differ from other therapies?

Fibroblast plasma treatment is a non-surgical lift procedure giving the same results as traditional surgery. It is safe and bloodless, without the need for anesthesia. It is virtually painless with anesthetic applied locally prior to treatment. A tiny plasma flash is administered to the skin in a micro-millimetre sized point. This superficial point minimises the skin in its immediate vicinity – which is intended to reduce the excess skin.

Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy helps with skin conditions such as scars and wounds, but it can also help those who suffer from chronic pain due to fibromyalgia or arthritis. The injections stimulate the production of collagen in your skin, which can help to heal wounds and scars.

In fact, plasma skin resurfacing has an excellent safety profile. When compared to other alternatives (specifically laser skin tightening), plasma treatments do not present the risk of visible demarcation lines, or lines that visually separate untreated skin from the treatment area. Side effects following treatment include: Mild to moderate skin redness for about 2–3 weeks Skin peeling for up to 9 days Localized hyperpigmentation (darkening of skin) for up to 18 months.

What are the Fibroblast Plasma Treatment's Potential Side Effects?

Plasma Fibroblast has been shown to be a safe non-invasive procedure when done by a fully certified technician. However, as with most cosmetic procedures, patients are likely to experience some minor side effects in the first five to ten days after treatment. There will be some tiny brown marks in the treatment area.

In some cases, Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy may cause temporary redness and swelling at the injection site; but these side effects will dissipate quickly without treatment. Some patients also report minor pain or discomfort during injections. However, the process itself is considered to be safe and effective for many people.

Side effects of Fibroblast Plasma Treatment include:

  • Redness
  • Itching
  • Irritation and sometimes a small blister (less than 0.25% of treatments)
  • Required extensive aftercare after the treatment
  • Some minor side effects in the first 5 - 10 days
  • Infection
  • Scarring
  • Temporary change of skin pigmentation
  • Heat and minor irritation
  • Swelling especially with eyelid treatments. Some patients will also experience three to five days of swelling, especially with eyelid treatment.
  • Is the procedure painful? You can experience some mild discomfort, which really depends on your pain threshold.

These side effects are common for people who have never been injected with an allergy solution before - however they will subside over time!

There is no damage to surrounding areas or deeper skin layers. To avoid sides effects, follow the aftercare instruction given to you prior to your treatment.

What is the Fibroblast Plasma Process treatment process?

You will be given a detailed description of the treatment process step by step, including pictures of previous procedures and videos to ensure you are well informed. Only after your full assessment we then can discuss treatment cost. Individual costs vary depending on area, intensity, and tailor-made treatment packages.

The procedure consists of injecting the patient with an allergen extract called thymosin alpha-I, followed by the application of a plasma-based gel. The injections will cause an immune response or "flare" that stimulates collagen production in order to heal wounds and scars more quickly.

The visible result of the treatment is a thermal skin reaction, the so-called plasma points. Each plasma spot creates an effect radius that contracts the skin in the immediate vicinity. Due to the optimal arrangement of the dots, an effect grid is created which causes an instant and significant tightening of the targeted area. (The treated area is sublimated (converted directly to vapour) using the plasma beam without damage to the deeper skin or muscle). The tissue retraction gives results that are comparable to invasive surgery.

A topical numbing cream is applied to the treatment area before the procedure.

For a comfortable experience we recommend attending your appointment on time to allow the topical anesthetic application to have the required time to absorb and take effect in the areas you would like to have treated. The topical anesthetic is applied for 30 mins for the best effect.

---> The Fibroblast treatment uses a Plasma Pen to remove excess skin from the eyelid which causes hooding.

How Long Does Fibroblast Plasma take to Heal?

The healing process of Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy depends on the severity of the condition being treated. For example, if it is a scratch or burn versus a deep scar that has been in place for years.

For minor problems, the skin will heal within a few days. If it is more severe, healing can take up to six months or longer. In some cases, Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy has been shown to work long-term and do not need any subsequent treatments for scar removal!

How Long Does Fibroid Plasm Process Take: The healing process for a fibroid plasma treatment will depend on the severity of the condition being treated - for example if it is a scratch or burn versus a deep scar that has been in place for years. For minor problems, the skin will heal within a few days. If it is more severe, healing can take up to six months or longer - depending on how much of the dermis was damaged by scar tissue and inflammation. In some cases, Fibroid Plasma Process Therapy has been shown to work long-term and do not need any subsequent treatments for scar removal!

What is the recovery time? Eyebrows initial procedure will take up to 14 days to heal and 6 weeks for complete healing.

Recovery and Aftercare

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After the treatment it is advised that you avoid putting any greasy or oily substances on your skin for a few days and to ensure you use sun protection.

Avoid water contact on area for 72 hours After the treatment continue applying the aftercare cream on the treated area as long as it is sensitive or when you are exposed to sun, as it contains SPF and protects the treated area. Avoid sauna, pools, solariums or any kind of exposure to activities which present risk for infection of the treated area Make sure to protect the treated area from direct sun.

How Much Does the Treatment Cost?

The cost of Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy varies depending on the region you are in; Also, areas in which you want this treatment done. How much Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy costs depends on the initial consultation you have, as well as how many sessions you need. The cost typically ranges from $200-$800 per session. There are financing options available.

How Many Treatments Are Required for A Perfect Result?

You may have a series of three sessions, with a minimum of 1-2 weeks in between each session. The number of sessions required will depend on the severity and location of your condition - for example, you would not need as many treatments to heal a small burn than you would if it was more extensive. You may have a series of three sessions, with a minimum of 1- 2 weeks in between each session. You may have to schedule two or three sessions depending on the severity of your condition.

The client is often satisfied after only one treatment, of course if, e.g., the wrinkles are not very deep, but due to the simplicity of the procedure and the affordable price the clients opt for two or even three treatments to achieve a perfect result. The procedure may be repeated after the skin is fully regenerated, so 6–8 weeks after the procedure.

When applying Fibroblast Plasma treatment for cosmetic purposes, the patient may need more than one session over several weeks in order remove or reduce scars such as acne, fine lines and winkles. The healing process will not be immediate, and the effects of Fibroblast Plasma treatment may be up to six months in duration - so it is important that patients are patient during this time!

How Long Does Fibroblast Plasma Treatment Take?

The Fibroblast Plasma Process therapy takes only about 20-30 minutes, with minimal to no downtime.

The duration of effectiveness varies depending on the location and severity of the wound being treated.

How Long Does Fibroblast Plasma Last?

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Like any surgical or cosmetic procedures, the effects of Plasma treatment are not entirely permanent and won’t stop the ageing process. The results you get should last you for many years.

However, the length of time that the benefits will last varies depending on a person's age, excess alcohol consumption, smoking, and prolonged sun exposure, lifestyle, genetics, weight gain or loss, hormonal fluctuation and more. We offer packages which can cater to your needs as well as monthly maintenance.

How Do we Sterilize their Equipment?

The Fibroblast Plasma Process uses plasma technology to heal wounds and scars, so it doesn't require any injections with needles or surgical procedures like traditional treatments do. This means that the equipment being used is sterilized before every application - thus reducing risk of infection significantly! The equipment is sterilized using a plasma machine that emits ultraviolet light.

Who Shouldn't Get A Plasma Fibroblast Treatment?

If you are susceptible to hypertrophic scarring or keloid formation If you suffer from auto-immune disease or other illnesses which affect the immune system, do I need a Consultation? Yes, we will assess your suitability for treatment, discuss your skin concerns, needs and expectations, and if required a patch test will be carried out.

Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not get a treatment.

If you are pregnant or breastfeeding If you have diabetes and healing disorders Metal plates pins implants cardiovascular deficiencies if allergic to anesthetic agent.