Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Adivive Autologous Fat Transfer and Platelet-­Rich Plasma: Changing the Face of Anti-­Aging Treatments

Non Invasive Facelift Patient – OPERA Lift Major

In our March 2012 blog, Dr. Lewis Obi was quoted in Plastic Surgery Practice (PSP) magazine regarding his utilization of the Adivive Fat Processing Unit. The article also featured updates about use of platelets and fibroblasts in cosmetic procedures. To date, Dr. Obi has performed over 100 Adivive autologous fat transfer procedures and since the publication of the PSP article has combined the rejuvenating effects of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). 

Through the unique combination of Adivive fat transfer and PRP, facial rejuvenation patients benefit by receiving long-lasting results, improved facial tones and textures, and the reduced chances of bruising or infections. 

Not only has Dr. Lewis Obi incorporated the use of PRP into his non invasive facelifts (OPERA Lifts), surgical facelifts, and his LJO Brow Lift but he also has integrated it into other surgical procedures including breast reconstructions and augmentations as well as tummy tucks. 

Dr. Obi was the first plastic surgeon in Jacksonville to utilize the MAGELLAN Autologous Platelet Separator for assimilation of PRP into plastic surgery. 

Non Invasive Facelift Patient – OPERA Lift Major
In the past week, the Obi Plastic Surgery Clinic prepared a short video demonstrating how Dr. Lewis Obi harvests and prepares fat for transfer for his non invasive facelift, the OPERA Lift and for breast reconstruction patients. You may watch the video below or visit YouTube to see the Adivive fat transfer video or other plastic surgery videos.

1 comment:

  1. This is a very impressive technique from Dr. Obi. It's less invasive than what most surgeons do and the results speak for themselves. This is a great choice for people who want to undergo plastic surgery but are afraid of big machines and scalpels.


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