Plasma Fibroblast

How Does the Plasma Fibroblast Work?

Plasma Fibroblast works by providing a significant increase in type 1 collagen, reduces keloid fibroblasts in scar areas, increases intracellular Ca, increases extracellular K, improves chemotaxis, increases growth factors, as well as the concentration of nitrogen, helps the migration of fibroblasts and their proteosynthesis, increases skin permeability,  positively charged ions and insoluble compounds, causes a new orientation of newly created or formed collagen fibers in the direction of direct current.

Plasma Fibroblast results

Plasma Fibroblast treatment guarantees visible results immediately after application and remains in the long term. The recovery of the patient is very fast and the results can be noticed as early as the first session.

Contraindication for the use of the Plasma Fibroblast

Plasma Fibroblast  is contraindicated in people with heart problems, patients with pacemakers, pregnant women and people with dermatitis.

Before and After Pictures


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