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Polynucleotides Treatment

Polynucleotide Treatment in Chigwell, East London

Polynucleotides treatment is the latest innovation in medical aesthetics, being a biostimulator that works on a cellular level to repair tissue and boost skin quality.

At Time Clinic, we use Polynucleotide injections for skin rejuvenation, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, improving skin elasticity, and treating scars. The treatment encourages the skin to produce more collagen and elastin, leading to firmer and more youthful skin.

How Does Polynucleotide Skin Biostimulation Treatment Work?

When introduced into the targeted area, polynucleotide targets fibroblasts, which are the cells responsible for producing the connective tissue, collagen and elastin that influence our skin quality. As we age, the function of fibroblasts declines, meaning less collagen and elastin are produced. On the outside, this presents as aged and damaged skin.

When the polynucleotides reach the fibroblasts, they are able to renew them. This means collagen production gets started again, so we see significant improvements in skin quality.

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Polynucleotides Treatment

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Frequently asked questions

Polynucleotide injections will be administered by one of the medical experts at Time Clinic. During the treatment, polynucleotide solution is injected into the desired area using very fine needles. The depth and pattern of the injections can vary based on the specific treatment goals.

You can expect smoother, firmer, brighter-looking skin that’s more even in tone and texture. For the best results, we always recommend a course of three to four treatments spaced a few weeks apart.

Polynucleotide treatment involves injections, so the experience can be likened to other injectable procedures. The level of discomfort varies from person to person, but many patients describe the sensation as a slight pinch or sting during the injection. Based on patient preferences, the Time Clinic specialist can apply topical numbing cream to minimise any discomfort.

Most people will be suitable for polynucleotidesm treatment. However, if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or receiving IVF treatment, it may not be advisable to undergo this procedure. This will be determined at your consultation.

Polynucleotide treatments are generally considered safe when administered by trained professionals. As with any treatment, there are potential side effects, which might include pain at the injection site, bruising, swelling, and allergic reactions. It’s always essential to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before considering such treatments.

After the treatment, the patient might experience some redness, swelling, or bruising, which usually subsides within a week or two.


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