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Plasma Gel Filler

Plasma Gel is a 100% natural filler made from your own blood. 

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What is Plasma Gel filler?

Plasma Gel is a 100% natural injectable gel created to isolate beneficial cells from your blood that can rejuvenate the skin and restore lost volume. There are no additives or chemicals in this product. Dr Fisher uses the ezGEL system which produces a regenerative gel rich in growth factors by using the body’s own powerful proteins. These growth factors stimulate the production of hyaluronic acid, collagen and new blood vessel growth which leads to reduction in lines and wrinkles,  and improved skin tightness.


How do you make Plasma Gel (ezGEL) filler?

Plasma Gel is made by first drawing your blood into 2 tubes. One tube is spun in a centrifuge to separate the plasma from the red blood cells. The plasma is removed and is put in a special heating chamber which causes proteins in the plasma to change from liquid to solid. The second tube is spun to separate Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) from red blood cells. PRF is a concentrated source of platelets. Once the plasma has finished heating the two products are mixed to form a powerful gel for skin rejuvenation.


Are Plasma Gel fillers safe?

Plasma Gel fillers are an extremely safe non-surgical procedure because they are 100% made from your own body’s components. There is no risk of allergy or reaction to any part of the gel. There is minimal downtime after the procedure.


How long does plasma gel filler last?

Plasma Gel results are immediate, but will continue to improve for up to 3 months as bio-stimulation causes increased collagen production. Results may last up to 1 year with maintenance treatments as needed.


What are Plasma Gel fillers used for?


Collagen production

Improvement in skin quality and radiance

Fine lines and wrinkles

Sunken cheek bones

Subtle volume and contour changes of the face and hands

Improving nasolabial folds/laugh lines

Improving marionette lines

Under eye hollows

Lip enhancement

Smokers Lines

Acne scar treatment


What is the difference between Plasma Gel filler and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?

PRP is a liquid where Plasma Gel is a semi solid gel. Plasma Gel provides a direct volume effect in the tissues that PRP cannot. Due to its gel like properties Plasma Gel forms an environment to trap platelets where they produce a prolonged source of growth factors in the area. Plasma Gel also helps to localize the growth factors and increase their concentration at a desired location where PRP tends to spread out into the tissues due to its liquid form.


Who cannot undergo a Plasma Gel treatment?

Certain medication and health conditions may alter the health of platelets which are the source of growth factors. A consultation is required to ensure that this treatment will be beneficial for you.


How do I prepare for Plasma Gel treatment?

It is important that you come to the appointment well hydrated to ensure an easy blood draw.

You should not take any ASA, aspirin, anti-inflammatory medication (ibuprofen, Advil, Aleve, Motrin) unless medically necessary for 1 week before your treatment. Avoid any herbal supplements or Vitamins such as Vitamin E, fish oil, garlic, gingko, turmeric, ginger, ginseng or St. John’s wort as they may affect platelet function.


What are the side effects of Plasma Gel?

Side effects are minimal. There will be minimal pain during the blood draw and injection of the Plasma Gel. You may experience mild swelling, bruising or redness in the treated areas that will resolve in 3-4 days.

There is always a rare chance of developing an infection or scarring in the treatment area which can be minimized by following all post care instructions.

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