WHAT IS FIBROBLAST?
In contrast to conventional surgery the area cannot be lifted too much as only excess natural skin is minimally and invasively reduced.
The 1:1 result is directly visible during treatment and remains long after healing.
HOW DOES IT WORK
What can be treated?
- Crows feet
- Eyelid tightening
- Pigmentation and age spots
- Skin Tags
- Acne scarring
- Glabella lines
- Cheek wrinkles
- Lip lines
- Tightening and lifting of the neck
- Lifting of the Jowls
- Ear wrinkles
- Stretch marks
Frequently asked questions
Is it painful?
None of our clients considered the treatment to be painful, as an anaesthetic is
applied before treatment
Are there any side effects?
Immediately after treatment the area may be red, 1- 2 days after swelling may
occur. After 5-7 days a new skin appears and results get better within the first 3
How Long does the treatment take?
A session can take 30 minutes to 2 Hours depending on the area being treated
Is the treatment permanent?
Yes, once the skins fibres are shortened the effects
are permanent. They may lose elasticity again after 3 years.
Do's and Don'ts
Important that crusts are not removed (scars can remain if scratched off)
After independent peeling of scab (5-8 days) a new pink skin comes to the fore.
This skin must be protected from direct sunlight with high protection factor for at least 3 months.
Sports, swimming, sauna are only permitted once all crusts have fallen off and skin is completely closed.
Smokers may experience a significant worsening of blood flow which may increase risk of slow healing.
Note: After crusts are lost a slight redness may remain in the following weeks to months. Usually takes 2- 4 weeks (rarely longer) until the skin has matched its normal colour again.
What side effects are possible with this treatment?
Overall the fibroblast is a particularly low complication and tissue strengthening
treatment. After initial redness and crusting pink skin emerges, rashes of the skin
are also rare. Important behaviour is a consistent sun protection during at least 3
months, no sunbathing and no solarium. During this time use a sunscreen with higl
and light protection factor (30 or more).
Very rarely reported hypersensitivity or allergic reactions o local anaesthesia, wand
healing problems, skin infections, scarring, slight swelling, redness, tingles, the
occurrence of herpes simplex (bleeding) and skin de-pigmentation (whitening).