REJUVENATION THERAPY FOR SKIN .….an innovation in regenerative medicine
PRP with PRF is one of the most incredible ways to rejuvenate your skin. Platelets not only help with clotting factors but also contain growth factors like platelet derived growth factor (PDGF), vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), transforming growth factor β (TGF-β), epidermal growth factor (EGF), insulin-like growth factor (IGF) and fibroblast growth factor (FGF) that facilitate growth in living cells including skin. PRF gives the same benefits like PRP, but in addition to PRP it is highly effective as it releases more growth factors over time which means it continues working for you even after the procedure is done.
In Nanofat, the adipose derived stem cells (ADSC) derived from fat contain stem cells with tremendous regenerative powers and their high proliferative capacity and ability and potential to differentiate into different cells. Fat contains 500 times more ADSC’s than bone marrow and easy to derive. A single session of Nanofat along with PRP and PRF gives a longer lasting result.
Nanofat enhances the proliferation rate of the human follicular cells. Nanofat with PRP and PRF has beneficial effects in the treatment of atrophic scars, wrinkles and skin discolorations, being highly effective in improving the height and pliability of scars with a mild improvement in pigmentation and vascularities. The adipose derived stem cells derived in nanofat also accelerates new collagen synthesis which improves skin elasticity, reduces wrinkles and increases blood circulation thereby giving you a natural, fresher, younger looking rejuvenated skin.
Frequently Asked Questions
The surgery takes a few hours depending on the extent of the scar.
It is an outpatient procedure. Usually patients return home the same day.
The risks of scar removal are minimal; however, it may include changes in skin color (Hyperpigmentation or Hypopigmentation).
Generally, they are permanent. Repeated follow- ups are required so that creams to further reduce the scars can be advised.
You should begin to see results within the first week after treatment, but it can take up 6 months or more for the scar to fully heal.