PRP

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a treatment that uses the components of a person’s own blood.   A small quantity of blood is drawn from the patient into a syringe. The blood is then spun in a special centrifuge in order to separate the PRP from the rest of the blood. This PRP contains potent growth factors that stimulate cell growth, collagen regeneration, and tissue remodeling. It has been used very successfully both for facial rejuvenation (fine lines, sun damage, large pores, scarring) and female and male pattern hairloss.
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For hairloss, PRP is injected directly into thinning areas of the scalp to promote hair growth. Repeat treatments are recommended to maintain improvement in hair growth.
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For facial rejuvenation, PRP is applied to the skin after microneedling or after nonablative fractional laser resurfacing, allowing the PRP to be absorbed into the “open” channels in the skin. This promotes collagen production and cellular repair, the reason behind its anti-ageing benefits. For difficult to treat areas, PRP can also be injected to promote skin rejuvenation. A series of treatments is recommended for the best results.