Abstract

Autologous Threads and Plasma Exeresis Technique for Total Facial Reconstruction (Internal and External) - HLH Therapy

Currently, to bring a solution to the aging related factors surgical lifting was the only possible technique. Pyrosis is a disease, occurring due to aging that can be corrected by such techniques where the ptosis of the face contour is modified. This technique is known as the renowned facelift. Contemplating the basic assumptions of facial anatomy and surgical lifting, the HLH THERAPY (Hybrid Lifting Homologous) was recommended. An alternative common lifting treatment was introduced where configuration of the face or the component is maintained in a natural and autologous way without altering it in order to restore the youthful look. The treatment is similar to the surgical lifting which does not have open cut procedures as in terms of time and look. There is no risk of fabrication of characteristic or unwanted side effects. A full-face lift also constitutes a blepharoplasty surgery. In this article we will evaluate how we can have a full face lift with blepharoplasty, in a universal way, bloodless, without any cuts or stiches .For the non-surgical blepharoplasty, the technique that is commonly used is known as Plasma Exeresis technique with the Plexr® device.

The Plasma exeresis technique by using the PLEXR® micros urgical device and the autologous threads treatment by using the needle shaping technique and the machine Vibrance are applied and included in the HLH Therapy. The treatment shows the circumstantial development in the thickness of the elastic fibers, which reduce their length and divert their direction from vertical to horizontal (by Needle Shaping), while concurrent with the Plasma exeresis Techniques and the machine Plexr®, we have barrier of sufficient skin. Plexr® do not penetrate the basement membrane and it upholds but also restraints the corneo cells, shrinking of the elastic fibers and at this stage it balances the autologous thread. The co-extensive activity of these two therapies (autologous threads with Needle Shaping Techniques and sublimation and shrinking of elastic fibers using Plasma Exeresis concurrently) is the structure of the HLH methodology.

We can state that soft surgery applications are the following steps to the ongoing process. The consequences are remarkable within few days of recovery without any anesthetic use.


Author(s):

Tsioumas G. Sotiris



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