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Although they sound almost the same, they are two totally different things. Plasmapheresis – a transfusion technique that allows plasma to be taken from a blood donor/patient – has nothing to do with the SPB technology. The purpose of the SPB method is to accelerate tissue regeneration, and the amount of separated plasma is minimal. There is no risk to the health and life of the patient.
PRP is the abbreviation for Platelet Rich Plasma. Essentially, the SPB method is a PRP method. SPB is the trade name of a technology in PRP therapy.
No! The SPB method cannot generate cell mutations, because platelet-derived growth factors are not carcinogenic.
No, the efficiency of the SPB laser procedure is not demonstrated. Essentially, laser use cannot significantly enhance the effect of platelet-rich plasma injection. Instead, it significantly increases the cost of the procedure.
No, the essence of the method is to inject platelet-rich plasma obtained from the patient’s blood. Plasma does not contain any chemical preparations or stem cells.
Yes, clinical trials have been carried out for over 8 years and in some areas of medicine they are still being done.
The inventors of the procedure are the Russian scientists R.R. Akhmerov and R.F. Zarudy. Their articles on this subject are the oldest and the word “SPB” was invented by R.R. Akhmerov.
Nothing wrong will happen, the existence of these infections will not adversely affect the effectiveness of the procedure. SPB is safe for both the patient and the doctor because there is no direct contact with the blood (neither from the doctor, nor from the patient): the plasma is kept in sterile vacuum tubes and has no direct contact with the environment.
Although they sound almost the same, they are two totally different things. Plasmapheresis – a transfusion technique that allows plasma to be taken from a blood donor/patient – has nothing to do with the SPB technology. The purpose of the SPB method is to accelerate tissue regeneration, and the amount of separated plasma is minimal. There is no risk to the health and life of the patient.
No, because the blood used for plasma separation is collected from the patient himself, not from someone else. All tools and consumables are disposable and recycled after the procedure.
Prior to the procedure, the so-called minimum set of preoperative tests will be performed. The physician is required to study clinical blood tests, biochemical blood tests, blood tests for markers of infectious diseases (HIV, hepatitis, syphilis, etc.).
SPB is contraindicated for severe and systemic diseases. The contraindications are determined individually, and more detailed information about them can be found during the medical consultation.
Although they sound almost the same, they are two totally different things. Plasmapheresis – a transfusion technique that allows plasma to be taken from a blood donor/patient – has nothing to do with the SPB technology. The purpose of the SPB method is to accelerate tissue regeneration, and the amount of separated plasma is minimal. There is no risk to the health and life of the patient.
Yes, but not always. In approximately 40% of cases, patients notice the positive effect after the first procedure. When performing repeated procedures (the full treatment has 4 sessions), the effect becomes much more visible
In order to get the best result, the procedures must be repeated twice a year. The effect of the treatment can be maintained for up to 2 years. But, of course, it all depends from patient topatient.
No, it cannot. Only a few milliliters of blood are taken from the patient, which is then injected back, slightly modified. Therefore, the body does not feel any loss, and after the procedure the patient’s health is not affected.
On average, the course consists of 4 procedures, with a 7 to 10 day interval between them.
There are no special recommendations. But it’s desirable for the patient to lead a healthy lifestyle afterwards.
Not always. It all depends on the patient’s level of sensitivity. In most cases, the procedure is painless, so it does not require anesthesia.
Plasma plastic surgery has nothing to do with SPB, so we cannot provide you with information about the effects and indications of this procedure.
Plasmotherapy is a method of treatment based on blood vessel injection of plasma, from donated blood; it is used for parenteral feeding, compensation of blood or plasma losses, stopping blood circulation. The SPB method is radically distinct from plasma therapy, it has other purposes, it’s done differently and it uses only the patient’s own blood.
Because of the principle of pregnancynon-intervention. It is very likely that pregnancy and lactation are not contraindications for the procedure, but there have been no studies on pregnant women.
Efficiency is 60 – 80%, because in medicine it’s very difficult to talk about guarantees. To achieve a durable result, it is recommended to follow a treatment course consisting of 4 procedures. We must not forget about the individual particularities of each patient.
Rarely, but they can occur, the same as after mesotherapy.
Yes. It’s even recommended! SPB is an effective method of fighting photo-aging, it diminishes the harmful effects of solar radiation. We recommend treatment both before and after you go on vacation, especially if the patient is prone to pigmentation or sunburn.
Not always. This is an individual aspect that is determined by the doctor, during the consultation.
The SPB method can be combined with all aesthetic medicine procedures: chemical peels, laser, fractional phototermolysis, photo-rejuvenation, fillers, radiofrequency lifting, botulinum toxin, classical mesotherapy, preparation for plastic surgery in postoperative periods, recovery after medium and deep peelings.
Certainly not. It’s true that initially the method was developed for maxillo-facial surgery. It was precisely for this reason that the beneficial effect on the face skin was observed, which underpinned the development and subsequent extension of the Plasmolifting ™ procedure. The technique is fully adapted to aesthetic medicine and shows consistent positive results.
Yes, it’s possible. There are no contraindications to this effect. Platelet plasma injections will be performed in different affected areas.
2 procedures are the minimum for obtaining a visible result. The SPB effect is cumulative, that is, it intensifies from one procedure to the next. Standard treatment course consists of 4 procedures.
SPB does not treat 100% all types of alopecia, but the effectiveness of the procedure is 60 – 80%, which is a big percentage. Medicine cannot offer 100% guarantees. SPB is one of the most effective methods in the world when it comes to hair loss. There are virtually no other alternatives to this method.
No way! This procedure does not create addiction. If the patient cannot or does not wish to perform the treatment repeatedly, there will be no negative effects. Cells gradually (very, very slowly) return to their original state, meaning they lose the “youthful” boost and work as usual.
No, it does not mean that. Patients with more pronounced wrinkles and atrophy of soft tissues need treatment coursesof 6, not 4 procedures. On average, the method produces results until the age of 75.
The end of hair loss is already noticed after the first procedure. A visible result can be expected after approximately half a year.
From 6 months to 2 years. It all depends on the individual particularities of the body.
The SPB method is very effective for small wrinkles (around the eyes). Deep wrinkles become less pronounced.
Yes, it can. Which procedure is better? SPB: it’s natural and it has a complex action, solving many problems at the same time.
These procedures are totally different, with different purposes, so they cannot be compared.
Yes, but not more than 2 – 3 mm. The SPB method especially helps improve skin condition: color, hydration level, elasticity, etc.
The complex action is, of course, always more effective: it intensifies the effect of the SPB procedure.
No, it’s not dangerous. SPB does not affect hormonal status and does not cause mutations. This procedure is aimed at improving the health of the skin and rejuvenating it.
No, for that you need plastic surgery.
It is recommended to perform the procedure after 4 to 6 months.
Yes. For dental implants, SPB stimulates osteointegration (implantation) of the implant and reduces the time required for it. In addition, platelet-rich plasma inhibits the possible rejection of the implant. On average, 2 procedures are necessary in this case.
The duration of the effect is different for each patient. On average, we’re talking about 1 year, but it can be even longer.
Yes, of course. SPB has been specifically developed to solve such problems.