What is a Fibroblast Treatment and How Long Does it Last?

Nov. 19, 2020 4:27 pm | by Dr. M. Tahsini

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If you wake up every morning and stand in front of the bathroom mirror wondering where that youthful skin of yours has gone, fibroblast treatment might be for you.


If you have sagging skin and are looking for a non-invasive, non-surgical option that has a quick recovery time, again, fibroblast skin treatment is for you.


One study on Fibroblast treatments done in 2007, showed that the participants had a 37 percent reduction in facial wrinkling. And a 68 percent improvement in facial appearance.


But what is Fibroblast treatment and why do some believe it’s the savior of saggy skin? Read on to see what fibroblast treatment is and how you can use it for your own transformational results.

What Is Fibroblast Treatment?

Fibroblast treatment, also known as fibroblast plasma therapy, is a fairly new procedure to the cosmetic and facial treatment scene. You may have heard about the in-home pens you can buy here and there for a great price, so let’s get it straight first: you get what you pay for. Those cheap pens are still too expensive! You may ask why! Well, because they are not going to do much. Fibroblast Plasma is a wonderful technology and needs precision devices to deliver the best treatment to the skin, and you all know that quality is costly.


In doing fibroblast treatment, doctors use a pen-like instrument to release an electrical current just above the skin area being treated. This electric current will create micro-injuries in the skin’s layer. As a result, blood and other healing aids rush to that area. Fibroblast treatment usually takes 30 to 60 minutes, which means you can fit into lunchtime at work.


Some results to expect after the treatment are a tightening of the tissue by contraction, a boost in tissue regeneration, stimulation of collagen production, and breakdown of proteins in the skin. When happening together, the above-mentioned can resurface and rejuvenate sagging skin. It’s also beneficial for acne scars, age spots, and other age-related skin ailments.


Known also as plasma fibroblast, or plasma skin resurfacing, depending on the clinic you visit you can expect to see the full results of your treatment after three months and the results usually last for up to 3 years.

Fibroblast Treatment Costs & Side Effects

The Fibroblast treatment cost will vary depending on the amount of damage your skin has. Also, on who’s performing the procedure, and what areas of your skin are being targeted. You may also hear about plasma pens you can use at home, but in all honesty, they will not do much. First, they are not medically graded, and secondly, the person who uses the pen needs extreme precision and skillset.


The fibroblast treatment can cost between $350 to $750 for facial resurfacing treatments depending on the treatment area. The treatment costs between $650 to $1200 for flabby arms, and belly lifts. However, if you are considering plasma treatment for your abdomen area, you may want to look into a tummy tuck surgery for much better results.


Fibroblast Treatment Side Effects

Most side effects are minor and include redness, swelling, and skin peeling and crusting. The best way to minimize any possible side effects is to ensure you go to a reliable cosmetic clinic, and make sure the procedure is done under the supervision of a board-certified doctor. If your doctor decides that you are not a good candidate, then you may want to look into other options like Ultherapy, and dermal fillers.


What plasma fibroblast offers is the option to simply don’t have to live with your saggy skin anymore. If you have the inclination, procedures like fibroblast skin treatment can help you achieve your ideal look. Remember though, treatments work better when you choose your provider wisely. Always do your research, and choose cosmetic clinics that actually want to help you make an educated decision.



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