Tag Archives: Platelet enriched plasma

Thin person desires subtle natural face improvement.

0 Submitted by on Mon, 17 January 2011, 23:10
Very thin patients can be problematic in aesthetics especially in the face where natural aging results in  fat deflation.  In the thin patient this is even more pronounced.  A recent email question and answer is printed below. Question Title: 52 and thin…looking for subtle, youthful facial changes Question: I am 52 and have always been very thin.  With age, my facial Continue Reading...
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Vampire Chronicles – Happy New Year Update

0 Submitted by on Wed, 05 January 2011, 23:37
Time for a Vampire Update as we enter 2011!  What will be the next hot trend in Cosmetic procedures?  I predict it will be using our own tissues to rejuvenate our faces.  Selphyl is a unique technique ; one’s own blood serum with concentrated platelets  (hence the name “Vampire Lift”) that is re-injected to revolumize  and rejuvenate the face.  I had this procedure performed three weeks ago.    Continue Reading...
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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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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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