Growth Factor Treatment

Growth Factor Treatment therapy involves blood plasma, which is found naturally in the bloodstream and has a rich concentration of platelets. This is processed specially to boost the number of platelets: these have growth factors and proteins ideal to help increase the speed of tissue’s repair / regeneration processes. They can activate stem cells at the same time.A sample of your own blood is taken, and spun using a centrifuge machine to separate the plasma from the blood. The plasma is then reinjected into your skin (or spread over it), to stimulate the production of collagen and cell migration. The skin will start to look healthier and younger as a result.

All of these treatments combined can have a powerful effect on your overall appearance, targeting the most visible areas for a full rejuvenation.

Growth Factor Treatment has received so much attention that it may seem as if we’ve finally found the fountain of youth. Despite the hoopla, there’s little evidence to show that it works — or doesn’t work.
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What exactly is Growth Factor Treatment?

We all have platelets in our blood. Growth Factor Treatment is 3-step procedure that involves having your blood:
-Drawn from your arm
-Placed into a machine that separates the platelets from the rest of your blood
-Re-injected into you (only the part of your blood that contains a high concentration of platelets).
Orthopedic surgeons use Growth Factor Treatment to help athletes recover more quickly after an injury.

In dermatology, Growth Factor Treatment is being tested as a possible treatment for hair loss. Growth Factor Treatment may also speed up wound healing. A few dermatologists are using Growth Factor Treatment to give patients younger-looking skin.
If you have Growth Factor Treatment to treat signs of aging on your skin, here’s what to expect:

Blood drawn: You would have a small amount of blood (about 2 to 4 tablespoons) drawn from your arm.

Blood taken to lab: The test tube containing your blood would be placed in a medical device called a centrifuge, which separates your blood into layers. One of these layers contains a high concentration of platelets.

Blood injected: Your dermatologist injects the blood that contains the high concentration of platelets into your face or scalp, using a syringe or microneedling (device that looks like a lint roller with tiny needles sticking out of it). To give you immediate results, your dermatologist may also inject a filler.
The entire procedure takes about 45 minutes to one hour.

While Growth Factor Treatment may sound like something straight out of a science-fiction novel, some patients are finding that Growth Factor Treatment can:

  • Reduce wrinkles
  • Plump up sagging skin
  • Get rid of deep creases
  • Improve one’s complexion
  • Diminish acne scars
  • Another perk: There’s little to no downtime.
  • Few studies conducted in people
  • All these benefits have created high demand for a procedure that has little evidence to back it up.

Is Growth Factor Treatment safe?

While dermatologists still have many unanswered questions, the procedure itself appears safe.
You may have a bit of pain, bruising, and swelling afterwards. These tend to go away within a few days.
The biggest risks comes from the way your blood is handled. It’s essential that the blood removed from your body be kept sterile. Otherwise, you could develop an infection.
For your safety, the facility should also follow the same process that transfusion centers use to make sure that your own blood is injected back into you. If you receive someone else’s blood by mistake, you could become very sick.

How long does it take to see results?

If you get results, the full effects appear within a few weeks to months.

How many Growth Factor Treatment injections do you need?

Researchers have found that most patients who get results have 3 or more treatments. That means, you’d have to go to your dermatologist’s office 3 or more times to have blood drawn, treated, and injected back into you.

To give their patients more immediate results, some dermatologists inject a filler along with Growth Factor Treatment. This allows a patient to see immediate results.

Who can have Growth Factor Treatment rejuvenation?

While Growth Factor Treatment is considered safe for most people, it’s not recommended for anyone who has one of the following medical conditions:

  • Hepatitis C
  • HIV or AIDS
  • Any type of blood cancer
  • Cardiovascular disease, which requires taking a blood thinner
  • Skin cancer in the area to be treated

These conditions affect your platelets, making them unable to deliver the expected results.

How long do the results last?

Results can last as long as 18 months.

Indications of Growth Factor Treatment in Aesthetic and Regenerative Medicine

– 1) Growth Factor Treatment in skin lesions and wound healing

Growth Factor Treatment gel is considered to be advanced wound therapy for chronic and acute wounds. For more than 20 years, Growth Factor Treatment gel has been used to stimulate wound healing. Autologous Growth Factor Treatment gel consists of cytokines, growth factors, chemokines, and a fibrin scaffold derived from a patient’s blood

-skin and facial rejuvenation,

Around the eyes – Peri Orbital Rim
Cheeks and Mid face
Thinning skin on the neck
Jaw Line
Back of hands
Knees, elbows, upper arms, post baby tummy
sun damage
skin health & rejuvenation
skin texture around eyes, on neck,

-hair restoration,

Growth Factor Treatment is a revolutionary new treatment method for patients suffering from alopecia (a condition where men lose their hair at a particular age due to genetics). Growth Factor Therapy takes place by injecting activated serum into the scalp; with the objective of stimulating the scalp to endorse hair growth.
-hand rejuvenation,
2) Growth Factor Treatment in breast reconstruction
3) Growth Factor Treatment in female sexual dysfunction Vaginal rejuvenation

– Growth Factor Treatment In male sexual > Priapus Shot < p shot

  • Improve sexual performance
  • Enhance appearance, sensation and pleasure
  • Increase in penis size
  • Increase in sexual stamina – maintain a longer and more fulfilling sex life

Growth Factor Treatment in musculoskeletal regeneration :

Growth Factor Treatment is becoming more popular as a nonoperative treatment option for a broad spectrum of medical disorders. Growth Factor Treatment is widely used in orthopedic and sports medicine to relieve pain through the natural promotion of healing in musculoskeletal diseases such as tendonitis, arthritis, ligament sprains, and tears. In particular, Growth Factor Treatment injections have been used for athletic injuries, resulting in exceptional healing, a rapid return to regular activities, and complete pain relief.