Discover The Healing Benefits of PRP
What is PRP?
PRP = Platelet Rich Plasma
PRP is short for Platelet Rich Plasma.
Also known as PRFM, or Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix, it is made from you. It is your plasma without the red blood cells.
PRP Treatments actually use your own blood derived growth factors to activate stem cells. This encourages a cascade of accelerated healing rejuvenation to the areas placed.
You see, as part of the body’s healing ability, platelets and other components in human blood migrate to the point of care. Platelets are well known to release numerous growth factors that respond to tissue injury and initiate, and promote, the conditions for healing.
So basically, we are using your own ability to heal, regenerate and repair yourself.
We use the concentrated PRP Platelet Rich Plasma and inject it where it is needed the most for the type of procedure you are receiving.
PRP was initially used by orthopedic surgeons for rehabilitation purposes. However, it is very versatile and now spans many areas of medicine and aesthetics.
How is the PRP Procedure performed?
The Procedure Involves:
Drawing your blood
Utilizing special equipment and tubes, the blood is then spun for about 10 minutes until it separates.
The blood will then be in 3 layers, Red blood cells at the bottom, Platelet Rich Plasma in the middle and Platelet Poor Plasma at the top.
Extracting the Platelet Rich Plasma and Platelets.
Injecting the PRP into the treatment area that you are looking to rejuvenate.
It’s that simple.
The contents of your blood are rich with life-giving fundamental growth factors designed to restore and strengthen you as they prove useful in tissue regeneration and healing.
Platelet Rich Plasma is very versatile, with a wide range of rejuvenation applications.
This is non-surgical and stimulates natural healing with no risks of injury, infection, or reaction because it is done with your own blood.
PRP procedures are very safe, without side-effects and best of all… No downtime.
PRP Platelet Rich Plasma injections are very popular for many services and regeneration goals.
NOTE: Please hydrate yourself well when planning any of the PRP procedures. This will ensure your plasma and body are not dehydrated or stagnant which could hinder effectiveness.
What are the Benefits of PRP?
No Thinning or Damaging of Tissue – Risks Related to Laser and Surgery.
Non-surgical, Natural Healing and Rejuvenation of All Tissue… Skin, Face, Hair, Joints, Hands, Sexual Organs, Scars, and More!
Safe for All Skin Types and Ethnicities.
Extreme Collagen Production and Repair.
Neovascularization – Growth of New Healthy Blood Vessels for Improved Oxygenation, Nutrient Delivery, & Detoxification
Improves Quality of Skin, Improves Tone, Evens Pigmentations, Improves Texture and Glow!
Improves Hair Follicles, Organ Function, and Regeneration!
No Risks of Injury, Infection or Reaction with Your Own Blood!
Multiple Sessions Create Exponential Real Results!
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PRP has also been shown to help cosmetically with Scar Rejuvenation, Stretch Marks, Hand Rejuvenation and more. This is done using either injections into the areas, or microneedling the PRP topically.
Improvements in hair growth are usually seen visually in 6-12 months. The volume enhancement in the face is a natural result and is more subtle compared to fillers which can be noticed immediately.
Exosomes, PRP and Stem Cell Growth Factors & Cytokines Services
PRP Platelet Rich Plasma & Regenerative Aesthetic Procedures for:
Scars – Acne, Surgical, or Traumatic
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You should not have PRP treatment if you have any of the following conditions: Skin conditions and diseases including: Facial cancer, existing or uncured. This includes SCC, BCC and Melanoma, systemic cancer, chemotherapy, steroid therapy, dermatological diseases affecting the face (i.e. Porphyria), Blood disorders and platelet abnormalities, Anticoagulation therapy (i.e. Warfarin).