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PRP combined with autologous fat filler


Facial depression is a kind of facial deformity, which occurs due to atrophy of subcutaneous tissues, reduction of composition or uneven distribution of soft tissues, which seriously affects the aesthetics of the patient’s face and may also cause great psychological burden to him or her and even have a greater impact on his or her daily life.


What are the specific signs of facial sunkenness?


Facial sunkenness is mostly caused by ageing. With the increase of age, the human body’s metabolism slows down, resulting in the loss of collagen in the human face, causing the early appearance of pseudo-aging of the face. Firstly, around the eyes, fine lines, dark circles and sunken tear troughs will appear; secondly, the lines at the corners of the mouth will become more and more obvious, and the reduction of facial fat, degeneration of soft tissues and collapse of the apple muscle will gradually sag the originally plump and full face.

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PRP combined with autologous fat filler can solve the problem of facial hollowness

Among the current treatment methods for facial depressions, fat transfer is one of the more commonly used treatments. It is a kind of fat particle concentration obtained by using free fat from the body through purification technology, and then minimally invasive injection into the sunken area, which can fill the sunken area and has the effect of improving wrinkles and increasing skin luster. However, the unpredictable survival rate of fat leads to more injections, which increases the financial and physical burden of patients.

As experts continue to refine the process of fat filler surgery, some experts have found after research that prompting early vascularization of transplanted fat is a key to the success of the procedure, so some studies have combined autologous fat with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for treatment, which can achieve better results.

Some studies have proven that the facial contours recover more naturally after facial depression filling, and there are no complications such as infection and necrosis, and prp injection has a high safety level.

Some studies have proven that the facial contours recover more naturally after facial depression filling, and there are no complications such as infection and necrosis, and prp injection has a high safety level.





The main reason for taking autologous fat combined with PRP for treatment is that platelet-rich plasma has multiple effects,

such as promoting wound repair, regulating inflammatory response, improving skin quality, promoting vascular regeneration,

and promoting the survival of transplanted fat, etc.

PRP can promote the survival of transplanted fat through the following effects:

  • PRP contains a variety of growth factors to promote the neovascularization of the transplanted fat recipient area, which facilitates
  • PRP contains plasma nutrients that provide early nutrients for the survival of transplanted fat;
  • PRP promotes the proliferation and differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells.


Due to its good application effect, PRP has been widely used in many disciplines such as plastic and burn medicine, orthopedics and stomatology, and it is believed that the future application prospect will be even broader.



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