MCT is a system that allows to activate, enhance and amplify regenerative medical treatments. Through the application of electromagnetic energy (visible light and infrared), and thermal energy (temperature), autologous materials, such as PRP, can be activated. In an era when science and patient demand increasingly lean towards customized treatments, optimizing resources to provide improved and enhanced individualized solutions becomes a necessity. Today, as always, science has a commitment with continuous innovation. MCT is the first real regenerative medicine PRP development in the last 10 years. It is revolutionary. The treatment itself increases growth factors and cellular ATP synthesis.

All regenerative medicine treatments using autologous materials can be enhanced. That is, PRP and all other regenerative medicine procedures. It enhances PRP, which translates, for instance, into considerably fewer sessions. Scientific research is going this way, as proven by evidence. After photo-thermo activation with MCT, cells have more ATP, resulting in more effective treatments.

Beauty is made up of a qualitative component and a quantitative component. The qualitative component entails moisturizing, firmness, and a lot more, while the quantitative component focuses, for example, on whether there is more or less tissue; PRP works on all the features involved in the qualitative component of beauty; it does not fill wrinkles nor nasolabial folds. The indications for photo-thermo activated PRP are the same as for standard PRP. MCT makes PRP stronger, which means that it can enhance and complement any aesthetic medicine treatment.  A whole patient approach does not only involve filling a wrinkle, but rather a holistic perspective.

The best approach is to let them know that there is an enhanced PRP, much stronger, leading to better results and fewer sessions.

There is a “flash” that can be seen almost immediately and an antiaging effect whose results can be seen in less than a month. As regards the anti-aging component, it is difficult to measure effects within a specific period of time, but we do know they are for life.