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ICURED Microneedle in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Francisco
The ICURED Microneedle treatment is a revolutionary new therapy designed to regenerate aging facial skin and return to it the glowing softness of youth. It does this by injecting multiple small doses of a fractionated protein complex derived from sheep’s placenta into the dermal layers of the skin. Fibroblasts are cells that speed wound healing and provide the structural framework of the skin by producing collagen and elastin.
Collagen is the major structural protein in the skin, responsible for its thickness, strength, and shape. In youth, collagen makes up 80% of the volume of the skin, but after the age of 25, we lose about 1% of our total volume of collagen each successive year. Elastin, as its name suggests, is a highly elastic protein that allows the skin to retain its shape after stretching or contracting. It gives our skin its elasticity.
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When Will You See The Result From ICURED Microneedle?
How Long Goes a MicroNeedle Treatment Take?
The ICURED Microneedle Treatment takes about two hours, and involves only minimal discomfort, but
the improvement of the health and vitality of the skin can be permanent, provided the patient embarks
upon a long-term skin care regimen following the treatments. To maximize patients’ results, Wave Plastic
Surgery recommend performing a series of three treatments at three-week intervals.
What Is the Recovery Time for ICURED Microneedle?
Very mild swelling and bumpiness of the skin, minimal redness, occasional bruising, as well as itchiness
of the skin, may be experienced by patients for the first two to three days after the procedure. As an added
benefit to our patients undergoing the three treatment ICURED Microneedle package, Wave provides
them with a comprehensive kit of aftercare products designed to minimize their downtime and maximize
Patients wishing to turbocharge their results from The ICURED Microneedle Treatment can add PGF to
the standard sheep placenta extract. PGF stands for platelet growth factors. These growth factors are
isolated from plasma rich protein (PRP) that is extracted from a small sample of the patient’s own blood.
PRP has been shown to contain high concentrations of powerful biologically active growth factors such as
platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), transforming growth factor (TGF), vascular endothelial growth
factor (VEGF), and insulin-like growth factor (IGF).
ICURED Microneedle Solutions
In the skin, these growth factors up-regulate proliferation and differentiation of fibroblasts as well as
production and remodeling of the extracellular matrix (ECM), which gives the skin its unique properties
of elasticity, tensile strength and compressibility. Thus, the addition of PGF to The ICURED Microneedle
Treatment augments its ability to treat fine lines and wrinkles, restore volume and elasticity, and improve
the overall texture of the skin.
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