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colleenlawson
seaside, CA

 
fibrin glue
Facelift

i wonder why most plastic surgeons do not use fibrin glue when the external skin flap is resealed in all facelift procedures.there are several significant benefits,short term and long term
including no tubes,seroma,hematoma,and in some cases death????

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drclevens


Plastic surgeon
Melbourne, FL
United States
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  Fibrin Glue and Platelet Rich Healing Gel
May 14, 2012 12:50 PM

I personally have been using Platelet Rich Healing Gel since 2000 to help patients heal more quickly after surgery. I use this for over 500 patients each year. Platelet healing gel (more)
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docblinski


Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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May 7, 2012 4:01 AM

Are you willing to spend extra $500 to use Fibrin glue? Most patients are not. I use it via PRP techniques much less expensive like $50 to do so I can absorb costs . (more)
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colleenlawson
seaside, CA
United States
  I MEAN PREVENTS ALL OF THE ABOVE,NOT TO MENTION A MUCH FASTER RECOVERY
May 5, 2012 11:53 PM

AN MUGE BETTER SURGICAL RESULT,LESS BRUISING
YOU NAME IT,IT REDUCES ALL TRADITIONAL FACELIFT PROBLEMS AND IS THE BEST THING THAT HAS EVER HAPPENED TO PLASTIC SURGERY
I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHY THE SMART PLASTIC SURGEONS HAVE NOT ALREADY IN CORPORATED THIS INTO THEIR OWN PRACTIVE,AND IT WOULD MAKE THIERE JOB MUCH MUCH EASIER WITH LESS,MUCH LESS,CHANCE OF COMPLICATIONS....ANY ANSWERS?


colleenlawson
seaside, CA
United States
  fibrin glue
May 5, 2012 10:24 PM

the recovery time is significantly reduced
so many less complications
superior surgical results
i dont understand why this is not a MUST have in anyones medical practice


colleenlawson
seaside, CA
United States
  fibrin glue
May 5, 2012 10:20 PM

i mean....lack of....all of these things
fibrin glue seems to be only a win win



 



 

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