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Autologous Bio-Filler- Full Face Natural

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Autologous Bio-Filler- Full Face Natural

Autologous Bio-Filler- Full Face Natural

Autologous Bio-Filler is advanced treatment, which uses own body’s blood to make a plasma gel similar to commonly used dermal fillers.
The treatment allows to fill tissue defects, increase volume, shape the face, and improve the texture and firmness of the skin. The growth factors contained in the product actively regenerate the skin and stimulate the synthesis of collagen and elastin in the tissue.
The result is natural smoothing and visible rejuvenation, without changes to the shape or features of the face.
The treatment is 100% natural – no risk of intolerance, 100% safe – no allergies and 100% autologous.
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The natural origin of the material excludes the possibility of allergies or rejection by the body, making the procedure safe and eliminating the risk of complications.


The treatment using an autologous filler/stimulator consists of 3 stages:
  1.  obtaining platelet-rich plasma or fibrin from client blood.
  2. creation of autologous filler/stimulator with stem cells using the Plasma Gel Filler device
  3. skin injections using needle or cannula (filling wrinkles, fillings, face modelling, soft lifting, body/hand modelling, lip augmentation)
What are the effects of the Autologous Filler treatment?
Effects are visible immediately.
The filling effect of is visible immediately after the treatment, while the process of full tissue regeneration usually takes about 4 weeks.
Autologous filler obtained from platelet-rich plasma from the patient’s blood.



Avoid the following for at least 1 week prior to treatment:
2. Ensure that you have not used Accutane in the past 6 months.
3. Hydrate well the day before and the day of the procedure for ease of blood draw


During the first 24 hours you should avoid:
Cream with Arnica can be applied to the treated area to minimise bruising.
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