Filling wrinkles with Plasma gel is a minimally invasive, non traumatic, injectable, rejuvenating method that allows the patient’s plasma to prepare a natural filler that can be used to remove deep wrinkles, nose dents, restore facial volumetry, remove post-acne scars.

The technique involves taking a small amount of blood from the patient with special kits, then centrifuging to obtain plasma; the latter is then transformed, by thermal treatment under specific conditions, into plasma gel.

This gel is then injected into the tissues in the wrinkle region to fill them, in scars to correct them, or in areas where the facial volume has diminished a lot.

Injection results of Plasma gel

Filling and diminishing the wrinkles (nose dents, wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes, wrinkles and creases in the lip and chin region), facial contour correction, lip augmentation and remodeling, facial volume restoration, attenuation of post-acne scars and atrophic scars, wrinkle prophylaxis and skin rejuvenation effects, rejuvenation of the hands, throat, neckline are all possible by injection of Plasma gel.

Plasma gel can also be combined with other aesthetic treatments and procedures such as: PRP (the effect is spectacular, as well as the antiaging effect), botulinum toxin injections, and other procedures.

In addition to its use in aesthetic surgery, plasma gel has been successfully used in plastic and reconstructive surgery for the emergency treatment of grade 2 and 3 burns, the effects being a shorter time of re-epithelialization of burns and faster healing, better quality scarring, lower post combustion complications rate.

– The period of pregnancy, the period of breastfeeding
– Systemic blood diseases
– Oncological diseases
– The acute infection process
– Allergy to anticoagulants

Advantages of using Plasma gel

Plasma gel is a natural filler that does not cause allergic or rejection reactions, the procedure is not painful. Additionally, no recovery is required, since the process does not take longer than one hour, regardless of the magnitude of the procedure.

The filler is neither mutagenic nor toxic and the possibility of infection is excluded.