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Wired Wellness Natural Health Clinic and Spa        1000 Willagillespie road, Ste. 175 Eugene OR 97401   541.238.2108    agamedical@outlook.com

  Natural Bio - stimulator-

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Facelift for the younger, vibrant skin

Wired wellness doctors are experts in the Aesthetic medicine, skin health and rejuvenation.

 

With aging your skin become thin and fragile. Optimal balance, including lifestyle and hormonal balance and occasional natural stimulation of collagen and elastin production with PRP injections will make your skin look glorious.

The primary roles of adult stem cells in a living organisms are to maintain and repair the tissue in which they are found.

 

Platelet rich plasma are now known to be a source for producing other hormone-like substances and growth factors to enhance both skin quality and the underlying subcutaneous tissues and to stimulate production of new collagen and elastin of the face, and skin in general.

 

The PRP facelift  is a natural Bio-stimulator procedure and  is done in the office.

 

For optimal results procedure needs to be repeated 3-4 times, month apart because PRP only partially "take" in the face where it's injected.

 

The longevity of the final result  could last six to twelve months, or even longer.

 

 

 

 

 

References:

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2.Kim DH, Je YJ, Kim CD et al. Can platelet-rich plasma be used for skin rejuvenation? Evaluation of effects of platelet-rich plasma on human dermal fibroblasts. Ann. Dermatol. 23(4), 424-431 (2011). doi10.5021/ad.2011.23.4.424

3.Kakudo N, Minakata T, Mitsui T et al. Proliferation-promoting effect of platelet-rich plasma on human adipose-derived stem cells and human dermal fibroblasts. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 122(5), 1352-1360 (2008).

4.El-Domyati M, El-Ammawi TS, Moawad O et al. Efficacy of mesotherapy in facial rejuvenation: a histological and immunohistochemical evaluation. Int. J Dermatol. 51(8), 913-919 (2012).