Fda approved facial regenerator
Three fundamental requirements for biomaterial scaffolds used in the CFC include the ability to fit complex anatomical defects, provide mechanical support for regenerating and surrounding tissues, and deliver bioactive factors to aid tissue regeneration. A review by Gonzalez-Garcia et al. Patients can enjoy a rejuvenated look when this treatment is applied to the face, neck, abdomen, arms, legs, and buttocks. An ideal system will also degrade in a manner so that the degradation rate is proportional to the rate with which tissue ingrowth or differentiation occurs into or within the scaffold and the extent of mechanical support needed by that specific tissue. One of the most commonly used dermal fillers is bovine collagen. While this research has resulted in an expansion of knowledge and in select cases an impact on clinical medicine, regenerating complex tissues remains a largely unaddressed challenge. As described before, these materials are however not used for tissue engineering purposes but are rather volume fillers with biological activity that is often limited to being encapsulated as part of the foreign body response.