Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Is a treatment option for those looking for a more natural approach to better skin.
PRP is the serum generated from your own blood and promotes collagen growth and tissue rejuvenation. Injecting PRP into the targeted area (face, neck, chest, hands) will naturally smooth, plump and tighten skin. We offer several different PRP treatments including PRP with Micro-needling and a combination of PRP and dermal fillers.
Platelet Rich Plasma treatments are becoming recognized as treatments for anti-aging and medical aesthetics. The procedure leverages the natural healing power of your blood and is a natural non-surgical alternative for aesthetic and cosmetic treatments. There has been over a decade of success using PRP in anti-aging therapy. Many medical aesthetic physicians are beginning to unlock the potential of PRP therapy for use on the skin, breasts, buttocks and many more places.
Skin that is not as full and elastic as it once was and is beginning to show the signs of aging – lines, wrinkles, creases, and loose, sagging skin needs help.
When used in facial rejuvenation, PRP is injected around the problem areas and allows the growth factors contained in the blood platelets to stimulate regeneration in your cells. PRP promotes the production of new collagen. The results of PRP leaves a patient with more elastic, smoother, plumper, tighter, and brighter skin. Naturally, this treatment brings on a more youthful appearance.
Platelets are full of growth and healing factors that initiate the body’s natural repair processes and attract stem cells. The science behind PRP is somewhat complex, but the concept is simple: PRP enhances your body’s ability to restore and heal itself by delivering concentrated levels of healing blood platelets to the affected area.
PRP can be used for:
• Anti-aging skin treatments
• Facial wrinkles and blemishes
• Neck wrinkles
• Hand wrinkles and weathering
• Lip Plumping
• Acne scar reduction
• Eye bag elimination
• Breast reshaping and enhancing
• Buttocks plumping
Before And After – Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
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