Concentrated PRP and autologous fat grafts, [AFG] are two autologous biotherapies that are gaining popularity, either as stand-alone applications or increasingly used in combination to form ‘bio-active scaffolds’1 for tissue regeneration across a wide range of aesthetic applications.
As pluripotent stem cells, adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells [AD-MSC] have the ability to differentiate into a range of cell types, providing potential for aesthetic, reconstructive and regenerative medicine across a wide range of clinical applications. As increasing safety and efficacy clinical data is emerging, there are an increasing number of clinicians combining autologous biological, therapies into their clinical practice.
Fat processed with the ACASVF system has a better than average graft survival and has been proven to improve the quality of surrounding tissue as well as the general appearance of the overlying skin.
Prepare one syringe of Autologous Concentrated Plasma (ACP); Note: Use 1500 rpm and 4 min for centrifugation.
The convergence of science and technologies are providing a raft of therapies that are rapidly becoming mainstream in skin rejuvenation, tissue reconstruction and tissue regeneration.
For example, the combination of laser technology, and autologous biotherapies, including autologous concentrated Platelet Rich Plasma (cPRP) and Autologous Fat Grafts, (AFG). However, the key to the successful integration of these technologies and science is the clinical technique, the critical art of combining the technologies and science to optimise individual patient treatment and clinical outcomes.
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