Non-surgical face lift
Our innovative, regenerative, anti-ageing procedures vastly improve on the previous, surgical alternative. Where surgery left the face looking stretched and often unnatural, our stem cell and PRP procedures restore your own natural, youthful beauty to your face and neckline. The impact starts to become apparent immediately, and continues to improve over the months following treatment, with much long-lasting results compared to more traditional non-surgical procedures. At no time do we use any surgery or scalpels in our treatments.
Whilst dermal fillers and Botox still exist as valid non-surgical alternatives, regenerative science has provided us with new tools to tackle signs of ageing and skin damage, often with much longer-lasting and more natural results. The procedures all aim to harness the power of the body’s own regenerative powers, to help build new cells and restore the skin to a naturally youthful state.
Stem cells, or cell ‘building blocks’, are known to differentiate into the cell types of the tissue in which they come into contact. For this reason, by harvesting and then injecting them into specific areas of skin, we can stimulate the body’s ability to regenerate certain lost or damaged cells. Our clinicians can extract fat cells from the abdomen using a simple procedure, and then process these to separate the stem cells from the other matter collected. These concentrated stem cells are then extracted into a syringe and injected into the facial tissues to precipitate the onset of local cell regeneration. The aim is to rebuild muscular tissue previously lost in the ageing process, to replace the face’s support and structure, thereby resulting in a truly natural end result. The stem cells also develop into depleted cell types such as elastin or collagen which are lost in the aging process.
PRP treatment can be used, by extracting platelets from the patient’s own blood, and reinjecting these platelets in a targeted way, to stimulate the body’s own ability to grow new cells which in turn rejuvenate the skin and its appearance.
Alongside stem cell treatment, PRP treatment is a useful supporting tool, as platelets extracted from a patient’s blood and then reinjected, contain two components that ultimately contribute to improving the skin’s appearance. Growth factors which support cell division, new cell growth and the production of collagen and elastin, and proteins which regulate metabolism and are essential ingredients for the formation of new stem cells.