What Happens to the Skin during a Plasma Fibroblast Procedure?
Before getting a plasma fibroblast procedure, you should have educated yourself about its benefits and potential risks. In this article, we will be discussing everything about the plasma fibroblast procedure.
Plasma fibroblast is a minimally invasive procedure that uses plasma cell therapy to lift and tighten your skin. The treatment uses special blood plasma cells (leukocytes) collected from your blood and injected into the area where you want to see results. Plasma fibroblast can be used on any body part, including the face, neck, and hands.
What is Plasma Fibroblast Procedure?
The Plasma Fibroblast Procedure is a non-invasive procedure that uses your plasma, or blood plasma, to heal and restore skin conditions.
It’s called the “Lunchtime Lift” because it only takes about 15 minutes in the office, and you can return to work immediately afterward!
The plasma is mixed with fat from local tissue (fat from your body) and then injected into the damaged area of the skin. This creates a scaffolding for new collagen production to grow, giving your skin vital support for its natural healing process.
No sutures are involved, so there is no need for anesthesia; however, some patients may still experience mild discomfort afterward due to swelling around their injection sites.
How does it Work?
How does the plasma fibroblast procedure work? This non-invasive procedure uses radiofrequency energy to stimulate collagen production in your skin. Radiofrequency energy stimulates tissue repair while also stimulating blood circulation and oxygenation.
This process helps smooth wrinkles, firm up your skin, and even prevent new wrinkles from forming. Because it’s a safe and effective treatment for skin tightening and rejuvenation that uses only natural ingredients like collagen (a protein found in human tissue), there are no side effects associated with this therapy!
What Areas can I treat with Plasma Fibroblast Procedure?
The Plasma Fibroblast Procedure can be used to treat the following areas:
- Decolletage (or décolleté) – including the upper part of your chest, usually around your neck or shoulder area. This procedure is also known as a facelift and liposuction in one session. It’s ideal for those who have lost volume or fat in their decolletage area and people with excess skin hanging off their face or neck due to loose skin flaps on both sides of the face.
- Hands & Arms
Using a small needle, you will inject anesthetic into areas where you want to remove fat and tighten loose skin without causing any damage or scarring. You can expect about one hour for each hand treatment, which means that two injections per session may be necessary depending on how much fat needs removing from each arm/hand area being treated at once!
Will the Results Last?
The results of the plasma fibroblast procedure will last for 3-6 months, after which you can repeat the treatment. Results may vary depending on the area treated and how often you have done it.
Are There Any Side Effects?
There are no side effects of the procedure. You will not experience downtime, pain, or swelling after the procedure. The only thing you’ll feel is slight discomfort during the procedure itself, which helps to numb your skin and reduce any pain associated with the injection of a solution into your skin.
Afterward, most patients go home immediately without needing medical care or special attention from their doctors—and they can resume normal activities within 48 hours (or less). Those with sensitive skin may need to wear medical gloves while gardening or gardening outside until they heal completely.
Is the Plasma Fibroblast Procedure safe for all skin types?
The Plasma Fibroblast procedure is safe for all skin types, including people with sensitive or darker skin tones. It’s also safe for those with oily or dry skin.
What does the treatment feel like, and will I experience pain?
The treatment feels like a rubber band snapping against your skin. It’s similar to what you would experience if you were snapping a rubber band against your arm, but the sensation is much stronger and more intense. While this may sound painful, it’s nothing more than mild discomfort that subsides after about 15 minutes and does not last long.
The most common side effect of this procedure is bruising or redness around the area where the needle was placed (called a hematoma). Other possible side effects include swelling, tenderness, and pain in other areas of your body; numbness; headache; sores on your skin; burning/tingling sensations around the site where blood vessels were injected during surgery; headache from excessive bleeding (hematoma) after surgery has finished.
What happens During a plasma fibroblast procedure?
The needle-like probe is placed on top of the skin.
The needle-like probe is placed on top of the skin. This will be held in place by a suction cup, which attaches to a power source and has a needle-like tip.
The external cooling system contains liquid nitrogen that cools down any area where you have placed the probe through freezing temperatures (minus 196 degrees Fahrenheit).
The probe sends an electrical current to the skin.
The probe sends an electrical current to the skin. This is not painful, but it may feel like an intense heat or tingling sensation in the area where you have had treatment.
The current is similar to what you would experience while using a TENS unit at home. It’s also similar to what patients report when they use electrical pads on their skin for pain relief during surgery or other procedures.
The probe cuts the skin with a tiny, high-heat arc.
The probe is a needle-like instrument with a tiny, high-heat arc. The probe cuts the skin with its high-heat arc and then cools down rapidly before it can continue cutting. The heat causes all of your blood vessels to constrict, preventing any blood from escaping through them; this prevents bleeding and discomfort during treatment.
The procedure destroys the targeted skin cells.
The procedure destroys the targeted skin cells. This is done by sending an electrical current through your skin and cutting it with a tiny, high-heat arc. The impacted area tightens, and new collagen forms, resulting in better tissue healing.
The targeted tissue tightens, and new collagen forms in the area.
During a plasma fibroblast procedure, fat and collagen are harvested from your skin to be used in the creation of new tissue. The targeted tissue tightens, and new collagen forms in the area. This helps to improve your skin’s appearance by tightening it up and reducing wrinkles.
Collagen is the protein that gives skin strength and elasticity, so when you have more of this substance on your face (which happens after a plasma fibroblast procedure), you can expect your face to appear smoother—and less lined with age!
We hope you’ve learned much about plasma fibroblast procedures and can now decide whether this treatment is proper for you. Although it can be costly and time-consuming, this procedure has many benefits that outweigh its costs – including helping your skin look younger and feel smoother than ever before.