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Combining Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) with Lifting Cog Threads for Optimised Lifting Results - Video

In any cosmetic procedure, patients and doctors alike, seek for a safer, quicker and more effective technique. By combining the use of lifting threads with Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP), it is possible to deliver consistent results that are more natural and highly effective whilst improving recovery rate and avoiding risks of transmissible infections and other diseases. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentration of separated platelet from a blood sample of a patient using a centrifuge: and because the product is derived from the patient’s own blood, it avoids the risks of transmissible infections, effects of allergy and/or other diseases. In addition, the use of PR

Decanting Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Filler with Lidocaine - Video

Hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal fillers have had gained recognised popularity in the fields of aesthetic and cosmetic medicine over the years, and are regarded as one of the most widely used non-surgical injectables to augment facial volume due to their ease of administration, predictable effectiveness, good safety profile, and quick patient recovery. An ideal aesthetic procedure should be safe, quick, effective, and painless - although HA dermal fillers meet this demand in many ways, they do not fully address the concern of pain management. Decanting Hyaluronic Acid (HA) with Lidocaine Several studies have examined and compared HA fillers injectable procedures with and without lidocaine, reveal

(Video) Restoring Lost Volume from Bone Resorption in Maxilla at Nasal Base with Hyaluronic Acid (HA

Facial aging reflects the dynamic, cumulative effects of time on the skin, soft tissues, and deep structural components of the face, and is a complex synergy of skin textural changes and loss of facial volume. Many of the facial manifestations of aging reflect the combined effects of gravity, progressive bone resorption, decreased tissue elasticity, and redistribution of subcutaneous fullness. Structural components of facial aging: Skeletal structure Aging of the craniofacial skeleton is not merely the result of bone atrophy but is also due to a change in the relative dynamics of bone expansion and bone loss. There is an appreciable reduction in facial height, which is mainly due to changes

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