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Scar LiftSM

Smooth Out Acne Scar

Scar LiftSM, a novel non-surgical scar technique, uses a regenerative filler consists of laser energized Sculptra suspended in PRP derived growth factors, blood stem cells, and skin micronutrients, followed by Vivace fractional microneedling radiofrequency, and subcision.

This procedure gradually stimulates your lost collagen, restores facial shape, smoothes out facial scars, and even nourishes the skin.

 

Vivace fractional microneedling radiofrequency improves superficial texture and superficial scars. 

 

Sculptra acts as a synthetic scaffolding agent, providing shape. 

 

PRP derived high density growth factors and natural skin micronutrients added nourishe the skin, while the blood stem cells seeds and repairs the aging skin.

 

Low Level Laser provides the energy photo-stimulates to activate and invigorates the healing capacities of stem cells and growth factors.

 

Subcision undermines and releases the underlying adherent scar bed to allow new collagen ingrowth.

 

This treatment smoothens the skin, lifts the face, and provides deeper collagen stimulation than laser, yield much longer lasting results than fillers, and afford less downtime than fat grafting.

Now, you can gradually reshape your face while regenerating your own real hydrating collagen and a healthier blood flow to your skin with much better and longer results than fillers alone.

This treatment uses the principle of regenerative medicine called tissue engineering.  To understand the principles of regenerative medicine, think of how grapes are grown.  To grow grapes on the vines, you need four things:  seeds, nutrition, vines, and sunlight.  Seeds determine the source of life and the quantity of grapes.  Nutrition such as water, soil, and fertilizers affect the quality of grapes; the vines, create the shape of the grapevines; lastly, the sun, acting as a source of energy, starts the growth process.

 

This treatment uses the principle of regenerative medicine called tissue engineering.  To understand the principles of regenerative medicine, think of how grapes are grown.  To grow grapes on the vines, you need four things:  seeds, nutrition, vines, and sunlight.  Seeds determine the source of life and the quantity of grapes.  Nutrition such as water, soil, and fertilizers affect the quality of grapes; the vines, create  the shape of the grape vines; lastly, the sun, acting as a source of energy, starts the growth process.

 

In living tissues, seeds are stem cells, which have regenerative and repairing abilities.  Nutrition is one’s own growth factors, which are found in our blood.  Frameworks are synthetic shaping agents, which are found in synthetic scaffolds.  Laser or radiofrequency acts as energy stimulation to spark biochemical growth.

 

Together, these four agents, including stem cells, growth factors, scaffolds, and energetic stimulation constitute the principle of regenerative medicine.  Using this regenerative principle, a state-of-the-art technique, now called Collagen Lift, is utilized to “regrow” one’s collagen which was once lost in time.

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Frequent Ask Question

Sculptra acts as a synthetic scaffolding agent, providing shape. 

PRP derived high density growth factors and blood stem cells are fractionated. Additional natural skin micronutrients are added.

Low Level Laser provides the energy photo-stimulates to activate and invigorates the healing capacities of stem cells and growth factors.

Sculptra is then suspended into laser energized PRP derived growth factors, blood stem cells, and natural skin micronutrients.

Following local anesthesia, fillers are injected slowly and retrograde in low pressure settings to slowly, incrementally, and gradually restore the lost volume of the targeted skin sites.

Subcision is performed by introducing a micro-dissecting cannula to underline, release, and separate the underlying scar beds.  A open space is therefore created, allowing room for injection and regeneration of new collagen growth.

For Vivace fractional microneedling radiofrequency, after the skin is anesthetized with topical medicine and cleansed with disinfectants, the targeted areas are marked. 

The transducers are the then applied onto the skin to emit diffuse electrical energy to the superficial and medium depths of the skin.  Multiple passes are performed in a directional lifting manner. Heat sensation will be felt.

Generally, several sessions are required. 

Results are more precise, longer lasting, and more complete when injections are done in stages.  Specific areas of collagen or fat loss are the addressed with serial sessions monthly injections.  The treatments are sized to your dimensions and customized to your specific facial needs.

All unused prepared or mixed medicine must be packaged and labeled with the recipient patient’s identification.

The treatment takes about half hour in an outpatient clinic setting.

Local anesthesia is used.

The results will be seen gradually in weeks.  After the swelling subsides with few days, the results will look more and more natural.

Results last years.  Duration of effect is similar regardless of sessions of treatments, but the magnitude of change will be determined by the number of sessions.

Additional maintenance is required.

Healthy eating and exercise are helpful to enhance results.

Further treatment may be recommended for further results.

Recovery lasts one weekend, with most people returning to work and activities thereafter.

Temporary swelling, soreness, and mild bruising are expected.

Prescription pain medications are generally not needed.

After the treatment:

Message to the areas three times a day for three days to improve evenness.

Ice pack to the areas for the first two days to reduce swelling

Heat pads to the areas for the subsequent two days to expedite the resolution of any bruising.

Advanced Aesthetic Center

Tel (626) 447-8828

Text (626) 538-7306

623 W Duarte Rd, Ste. A, Arcadia, CA 91007