Medical Aesthetics

Regenerative Medicine – Polynucleotides

Regenerative Medicine - Polynucleotides
Regenerative Medicine - Polynucleotides

At a Glance

Expected Outcome:

Improved Skin Quality

Appointment Time:

Approx. 30 Minutes

Appointment Type:

In-clinic

Frequency:

As directed

Overview

Polynucleotides are being widely used in aesthetics and provide great anti-ageing benefits – treatments that are often referred to as regenerative medicine. The polynucleotides used for this purpose are derived from salmon DNA and help to bolster the basic structure of all living cells. When used in skincare and other aesthetic treatments, Polynucleotides work to harness the body’s natural processes which are essential for tissue repair, collagen production, and improved skin elasticity. 

Additionally, they can also be used to assist in wound healing, hair restoration, and reducing the appearance of scars, skin inflammation and areas of pigmentation (skin discolouration).

Polynucleotides are typically administered via injections or topical application. When administered, they penetrate the skin, stimulating fibroblasts to produce collagen and elastin. By mimicking the body’s natural nucleotides (organic compounds that make up the molecular structure), it can activate natural cellular repair mechanisms to promote tissue regeneration and repair. This will then help to rejuvenate the skin, improving its overall texture and reducing the appearance of scars. Applying polynucleotides encourages the skin’s natural healing processes, enhancing moisture retention and elasticity while diminishing fine lines, offering a non-invasive method to revitalise the skin.

Following polynucleotide treatments, patients may notice improved skin texture, reduced fine lines, and enhanced elasticity within a few weeks. The effects tend to last for several months to a year, varying based on individual factors and treatment protocols. Collagen production and tissue regeneration initiated by polynucleotides contribute to longer-term benefits, though maintenance sessions might be advised to sustain results. Overall, the treatment offers gradual yet visible improvements in skin quality and appearance, providing a natural-looking rejuvenation with results that can endure for an extended period.

FAQ

Who is suitable for polynucleotides?

Polynucleotide treatments are suitable for individuals seeking non-invasive methods to improve skin texture, reduce fine lines, and enhance skin elasticity and hydration.

What are the benefits?

Polynucleotides offer non-invasive skin rejuvenation, stimulating collagen, improving texture, reducing fine lines, and enhancing elasticity, providing a natural-looking and long-lasting revitalization.

Are there any side effects?

Polynucleotide treatments typically have minimal side effects, occasionally causing mild, temporary redness, swelling, or discomfort at the injection site. Allergic reactions are seldom reported.

Will my appointment be at The One Clinic?

Polynucleotides need to be administered by a trained practitioner. Therefore, we require patients to attend The One Clinic in person for their appointment. However, arrangements can be made for those who have mobility difficulties.

Will I need regular treatment?

The frequency of polynucleotide treatments varies; for sustained effects, initial sessions may be followed by maintenance treatments spaced several months apart, depending on individual needs and desired outcomes.

Who is suitable for polynucleotides?

Polynucleotide treatments are suitable for individuals seeking non-invasive methods to improve skin texture, reduce fine lines, and enhance skin elasticity and hydration.

What are the benefits?

Polynucleotides offer non-invasive skin rejuvenation, stimulating collagen, improving texture, reducing fine lines, and enhancing elasticity, providing a natural-looking and long-lasting revitalization.

Are there any side effects?

Polynucleotide treatments typically have minimal side effects, occasionally causing mild, temporary redness, swelling, or discomfort at the injection site. Allergic reactions are seldom reported.

Will my appointment be at The One Clinic?

Polynucleotides need to be administered by a trained practitioner. Therefore, we require patients to attend The One Clinic in person for their appointment. However, arrangements can be made for those who have mobility difficulties.

Will I need regular treatment?

The frequency of polynucleotide treatments varies; for sustained effects, initial sessions may be followed by maintenance treatments spaced several months apart, depending on individual needs and desired outcomes.

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