Esthetics Lecture Session

Biological Regeneration of the Skin with PRP-LPCGF, How to Make our Patients Happier

Abdeen Hall, Nile-Ritz Carlton April 6, 2017 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Prof. Charis Vrettou

Prof. Charis Vrettou ,MD, MSc
Our face represents our image to the world. It has been shown that a healthy and glowing skin improves our everyday relationships and increases our self-esteem.
PRP (Platelet rich plasma) is used nowadays in several medical fields offering extremely satisfying solutions. LPCGF (Liquid Phase Concentrated Growth Factors) is the second generation PRP.
The most efficient way to obtain biological regeneration of the skin is through the autologous mesotherapy with LPCGF.
The method that I use to achieve this is to collect and to elaborate periferical blood from the patient with a specific device in order to get a proper number of growth factors and stem cells. Injecting them properly activates great responses to the dermal cells and rejuvenates the skin.
Additionally we can use our own blood to create what is called plasma filler so that we can restore volumes where needed without any eterologous substances.
The purpose of this lecture is to analyze in details the effects of the growth factors on the skin and the aesthetic improvements that we can obtain, as well as to make clear why this is the best, easiest and safest way to make our patient happier.