Biostimulation is a technique that is very much used in the modern aesthetic medicine field. By injecting revitalising substances into the subcutaneous layer, it activates a process of bio-revitalisation on the treated tissues, particularly in the cheeks, chin, around the eyes, neck and neckline.
These substances include low-density hyaluronic acid, collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycan precursor amino acids, vitamins, homeopathic remedies, PDRN (polydeoxyribonucleotide) platelet gel. Platelet gel is obtained from autologous plasma and is, therefore, a completely natural substance. As its name suggests, this gel is rich in platelets and, once injected into the derma, it stimulates collagen production. Collagen is what gives the face a younger, more refreshed appearance.
Biostimulation restores tone in the face and neckline through tiny, painless injections done in the outpatient clinic. Professor Dini uses this method to treat both young patients (20-30 years) who want to prevent skin ageing, as well as patients over 40, whose skin shows more signs of age and photoageing.
With biostimulation, the skin is brighter and more compact even just one day after the treatment. In rare cases, ecchymosis and swelling may appear in the treated areas but, should that happen, it is a minimal complication that will disappear after a few days. Treatment effects are not permanent and can be repeated once every 3 months for a maximum of 3-6 times. In the following “maintenance” phase, a session can be performed every 6 months.