Monday, December 31, 2012

Fillers found to reverse skin cell aging

As we age several things happen – unfortunately. We lose thickness in our skin. Our soft tissue, ie, fat, shows signs of atrophy or wasting.  

A new study done at the University of Michigan has shown that the injection of fillers can boost collagen production and provide extra support to our skin.  The fibroblasts which make collagen, are stimulated to produce more.  This leads to an increased thickness in our skin or epidermis.  This increased pressure provided by the injection of fillers covered the fibroblasts to awaken and start proliferation.  More blood vessels to nourish these new cells were increased as well.  These findings were reported in The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, which I follow as a Florida plastic surgeon.

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