CGF

A small vial of blood is taken from your arm – less than that normally taken for routine blood tests. Platelets release growth factors that help the body repair itself by stimulating cells to regenerate new tissue.

When blood is spun on a special machine; the blood separates into red cells and platelet rich plasma, or PRP. PRP is already used in cosmetic medicine, but machine breaks PRP down even further separating what's called concentrated growth factor, or CGF. Concentrated growth factor has powerful healing properties stimulating stem cells to multiply, and increasing the production of elastic, collagen, and connective tissue.

Stemcells and CGF helps to restore damaged tissues and organs

As we believe in the extraordinary regenerative power induced by the blood, and we know that all the necessary components for regeneration are free and circulating, we investigated on how to use all the healing and regenerative characteristics, and not only some of its parts as proposed by the previous protocols.

Unlike the PRP, PRGF and PRF, the CGF is a therapeutic protocol obtained through the separation of the venous blood, subject to a fixed temperature, with a rotor turning at alternated and controlled speed and always accelerating below RCF300.

The CGF is characterised by 4 phases:

1. a superior phase represented by the serum (blood plasma without fibrinogen and coagulation factors),
2. an interim phase represented by a very large and dense polymerised fibrin block
3. a liquid phase containing the GFs, white line cells and stem cells waiting for stimulation and to differentiate into specialized cell types
4. the lower red portion is a viscous, dense, platelet-rich coagulation