Monthly Archives: December 2010

Day #4 Vampires at Christmas Progress Report

0 Submitted by on Sat, 18 December 2010, 18:02
Recycle our blood to enhance our facial appearance.  This is the basis of using one’s own platelets (a component of our blood) that initiates cell and tissue growth.  The commercial process is the Selphyl platelet rich plasma matrix (PRPM).  This is our day #4 progress report. Our patient who had facial fat grafting wanted to improve the appearance of her deflated cheeks, sagging Continue Reading...
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Day #1 Vampires at Christmas time! Selphyl progress report…

0 Submitted by on Tue, 14 December 2010, 23:11
Well it’s day one after my patient’s facial fat grafting procedure with the addition of her Selphyl platelet rich plasma matrix.   She drove herself into our office and she looks quite good.  She actually has a little less than typical swelling. Her skin is smooth, and I can foresee a very nice end cosmetic result.  Another patient considering facial fat grafting saw our Continue Reading...
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Vampires at Christmas time? Selphyl progress report…

0 Submitted by on Tue, 14 December 2010, 00:05
Selphyl is a simple but ingenious way to isolate one’s own platelets and growth factors to be injected back into our faces to enhance positive skin cell growth and volume restoration of our aging face.  The so called “Vampire Lift” has arrived in Northern California Wine Country just in time for holidays! Today I performed a facial fat grafting procedure on a beautiful 50 Continue Reading...
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Smoker's lines…continued….

0 Submitted by on Sun, 05 December 2010, 20:06
Our last blog post was based on a question and answer from a Facebook exchange.  Further discussion followed: Friend  (I) am one of the fortunate ones who kicked the smoking habit – the lines around the lips are dreadful evidence. (I) had several peels and even laser. would do all often once the budget lines up again. heard good things about Continue Reading...
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Smoker's Lines

1 Submitted by on Sun, 05 December 2010, 12:40
Smokers have a difficult problem with aesthetic concerns besides the well known health issues. Constant smoke exposure causes an accelerated aging process damaging the skin’s cell and collagen structure.  Smoking also causes microcirculation arteries to constrict limiting the flow of nutrition and oxygen to the skin as well.  This increases the risk of complications with any aesthetic procedure both non-invasive Continue Reading...
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