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Fibroblast

What is it?
The treatment is performed through tiny spots made with the device to stimulate instant contraction and tightening of skin fibers. Fibroblast causes sublimation which is the process of turning a solid straight into a gas so results are instant and there is no heat transferred to surrounding tissues to cause damage to normal skin. Fibroblast uses plasma so there is no electric current which can cause problems for some patients and the treatments result in tissue retraction and tightening which gives even better results. The treatment is performed without causing bleeding and more importantly without causing any damage to the surrounding tissue.

Are there any contraindications?
Fibroblast requires no injectable anesthetic, no incisions, no stitches, there are no contraindications and is very low risk compared to surgery. Fibroblast is a quick and easy procedure with minimal side effects, no thinning of the skin and far less downtime.

Are there any side effects?
Immediately after treatment the area may be red. 1-2 days after the treatment, swelling may occur. After 5-7 days, the sloughing of the wound healing process has disappeared. Slight redness is no longer visible after 3 weeks at the latest. Bleeding, lumps, irritation, and itchiness for up to a week are potential side effects.

How long do the results last?
Fibroblast treatment is permanent. Once the skin fibers are shortened, the effects are permanent.

 

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