Recombinant Enzymes 1st Generation
Recombinant enzymes are a type of therapeutic agent produced through genetic engineering techniques. They are created by inserting specific genes into host organisms, such as bacteria or yeast, which then produce the desired enzyme in large quantities. These enzymes are often used as treatments for various medical conditions, including some in aesthetic medicine.
The recombinant enzymes are used primarily in cosmetic procedures, such as tissue augmentation and anti-aging treatments. One notable example is the use of recombinant hyaluronidase in the correction of hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler complications.
Medical Evaluation Required
For a Long Time
Average 2-4 treatments
After 2 Weeks
Avoid Touching or Massaging the Treated Area. Limit Sun Exposure. Avoid Strenuous Activities. Avoid Alcohol and Blood Thinners
The recovery time it’s right away, sometimes redness of the skin, swelling or bruises may occur.
Everyone’s body is different and so are the results, on average you´ll be able to enjoy the results from 12 to 14 months.
Why use Recombinant Enzymes 1st Generation?
Recombinant enzymes offer a high level of precision and control in their action. This is particularly important when using them to correct aesthetic treatments, as it allows for targeted adjustments without affecting the surrounding tissues.
Recombinant enzymes are minimally invasive compared to traditional surgical procedures. This results in reduced downtime, less scarring, and a lower risk of complications.
The action of recombinant enzymes can lead to rapid results, making them suitable for touch-up procedures or adjustments on short notice.
Recombinant Enzymes behandeling
Rejuvenate Clinic offers consultations with one of our physicians prior to any treatment or treatments you may express interest in. We use our intakes to consider possible medical objections to desired treatments, map out treatment areas and offer personalized advice in line with your preferences and options.