Plasma Gel Filler - Professional Set
Professional equipment for production of plasma gel filler
Plasma Gel Filler - Professional Set contains the following components
PRP gel filler
PRP gel filler is a unique rejuvenation treatment that eliminates wrinkles and tightens the skin without surgery. PRP gel is an all-natural filler that not only replenishes lost tissue volume and smoothes deep wrinkles, but also stimulates the skin's natural regenerative processes
PRP gel is produced with the help of autoplasm, which is isolated from the patient's own blood and turns into a gel after being processed in a thermostat. The advantage of PRP gel filler over synthetic analogues is its naturalness. This makes it safe and does not cause allergies or adverse reactions.
Product description of the included components
High quality plasma gel device / PRP thermostat with preset programs. Medical device class 1 - No China goods! Production in Italy!
APAG is the latest dermal filler ideal for real natural augmentations and meets all the requirements for modern injections. The only filler that is 100% endogenous and therefore well tolerated by the body. The blood is closely monitored by the body system - no other substance can offer this advantage.
With these PRP tubes, doctors can easily prepare and perform PRP therapy.
VI - Density Life Platelets is a modular medical product used for the preparation of platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
It has the following features:
- Pre-labeled tubes with red cap containing anticoagulant (ACD);
- Each tube holds 9 ml of blood and has a pre-calibrated vacuum for a ~9 ml blood sample.
The tubes contain an inert polymer based separation gel and an anticoagulant.
- The separation gel is required for separation between the platelet-enriched serum and the red blood cells during centrifugation.
Offering the best value for money, meson needles from KIPIC® provide practitioners with injection comfort with a sharp bevel, a safety edge and are easy to use.
- They are painless and atraumatic for the patient.
- Gentle and controlled injection.
- Ideally suited for all mesotherapy injections, botulinum toxin and other applications.
Hypodermic needles are used with sterile syringes or infusion/transfusion devices.
For infusion of medications and blood sampling.
The KIPIC® mesotherapy needles meet medical class IIa requirements and are sterilized with ethylene oxide (ETO).
They are equipped with a protective tube to protect the sharpening.
Packaged in an individual medical grade pouch to protect the needle and maintain sterile condition.
Combifix® adapter - connects two Luer-Lock syringes together
It is necessary to hermetically connect two syringes with a Luer lock in order to homogenize the resulting plasma gel
The combination stopper is placed on the syringe instead of the needle. You need this, for example, before the syringe is inserted into the thermostat (to prevent the plasma from leaking into the heating unit).
Mediware disposable syringes with good product characteristics and good price-performance ratio.
The transparent cylinder of the three-part Mediware disposable syringes has an easy-to-read scale in ml. A rubber stopper ensures comfortable handling even for small doses. Latex - free and sterile packed.
- 3-piece disposable syringe
- Standard disposable syringe with Luer connector
- transparent barrel - especially easy running
- easy to read scale with graduation in ml
- with rubber stopper for fine dosing
- noticeable safety stop - against unintentional withdrawal
- double sealing ring
- individually sterile packed
- Package: 100 pieces
Plasma gel natural filler
PRP gel filler is an aesthetic rejuvenation method that uses an injection method to create a natural filler from the patient's blood plasma. The resulting filler easily and visibly eliminates deep wrinkles, facial irregularities of any kind and significantly corrects the oval of your face.
How is plasma gel made?
PRP gel filler is made from plasma extracted from blood with special VI PRP tubes. A special thermostat is used to obtain the plasma, and the plasma thickens and turns into a gel after 5 minutes.
This gel is injected by a cosmetic surgeon with a needle into the patient's skin in the area of wrinkles and folds. The product is applied using a linear injection technique; in some cases, a fan or bolus injection technique is used - the choice that is best for you will be determined by your cosmetic surgeon. Plasma gel fills the injection areas very harmoniously and naturally, without leaving any traces of correction.
PRP gel is a natural link in the body that recreates the "scaffolding" of the face. It is a natural facelift that stimulates tissue regeneration. The effects of such rejuvenation are very long lasting and sustainable.
With PRP and plasma gel treatment, amazing results can be achieved for the following aesthetic problems:
- Age-related skin changes (wrinkles, folds, creases);
- Skin sagging;
- Loss of tissue volume;
- Post-acne scars;
- Filling of nasolabial folds
- Increased volume of the cheeks
- Chin modification
- Bio-enhancement of face, arms and décolleté
- Restoration of facial oval
- Hollow cheeks
- The zone under the eyes
The uniqueness of rejuvenation with plasma gel is that the drug for injection is made from the patient's own blood and usually does not cause allergic reactions and rejection. This is because plasma gel is 100% made from the plasma of your own blood and is "native" to your skin.
Plasma gel treatment lasts from 30 minutes to 1 hour. The procedure is very pleasant and painless. And the resulting scaffold of plasma gel is a skeleton through which the new blood vessels "sprout". Plasma gel injected under the skin does not cause swelling, so it can be injected in large doses. The effect of "wrinkle filling" lasts between 3 weeks and 2 months.
This type of rejuvenation is a panacea for patients who are contraindicated to hyaluronic acid due to allergic reactions.
Despite the uniqueness and safety of PRP for rejuvenation, there are a number of contraindications to this procedure: Pregnancy, lactation, systemic blood diseases, cancer, acute infectious processes, allergy to anticoagulants.