Did you knowGrowth factors from PRP stimulate the production of new collagen and blood vessels, repair and rejuvenate damaged skin, and help slow and reverse the signs of aging.  PRP facial rejuvenation is a cutting-edge procedure that harnesses the healing power of platelets and growth factors from your own blood to stimulate a regenerative response. Learn more about how PRP can be used to achieve a more youthful appearance, alone or by enhancing the effects of, cosmetic fillers and other injections.

Is PRP right for me?

Like the rest of the body, a person’s skin will age and begin to lose firmness and radiance over time. Traumatized skin may also react adversely, age prematurely, or cease to repair and rejuvenate itself completely. Cosmetic and aesthetic procedures are costly and repetitive and often only temporarily alter appearances rather than facilitate and promote a natural repair and rejuvenation of damaged or aging skin.

PRP is a revolutionary and potentially long-term solution to the following:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Loss of skin elasticity
  • Acne scarring
  • Stretch marks
  • Trauma wounds and scarring, resulting from burns
  • Volume loss in the face, hands and neck
  • Skin textural changes

PRP utilizes the natural healing and regenerative properties found in the patient’s own platelets and restores skin to its optimal state, especially when combined with other common cosmetic and aesthetic procedures such as dermal fillers and laser therapy.

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How does PRP work?

Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is an autologous blood therapy that uses a patient’s own blood to stimulate a healing response in damaged tissues. The body’s normal healing processes are dependent upon blood flow. Whether an open cut or a micro tear in a tendon, the body signals for and recruits platelets to the area of injury, releasing growth factors and stem cells to initiate healing and regeneration.

Today’s technology allows us to sequester and concentrate platelets from your blood and initiate that same healing process, in an accelerated fashion, by increasing the baseline concentration of platelets by four to seven times. PRP delivers a powerful dose of growth factors to the injury site and dramatically enhances the healing process.

If surgery is required, PRP can be used to:

  • Reduce inflammation and bruising
  • Increase range of motion
  • Reduce risk of infection
  • Reduce scarring

Information to Give Your Doctor

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