Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)


For those looking for a natural solution, Platelet Rich Plasma is a type of regenerative medicine that offers healing properties to help heal skin, joints and restore hair growth. The treatment uses an extract from your own blood, which minimizes the risk of rejection and infection. PRP works with five times more proteins, platelets, and growth factors to promote regeneration and healing of the tissues. After the blood is drawn, it is run through a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the plasma and platelets.

This serum is scientifically proven to improve the quality of the skin, restore hair growth and improve and treat joint pain and injuries. A Few benefits of PRP treatment include increased collagen and elastin production, reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, improved skin texture and tone, stimulates dormant hair follicles to grow hair, thickens existing hair, reduction of inflammation, healing of damaged soft tissue, or reduction of pain and symptoms of arthritis.

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PRP Hair Restoration
Injections for hair restoration are all-natural and scientifically proven to regenerate hair growth. During this process, the platelets introduced to the scalp are rich with bioactive proteins that help stimulate dormant hair follicles to restore growth.

PRP Microneedling
For hair restoration are all-natural and scientifically proven to regenerate hair growth. PRP injections also work by thickening the existing hair. New hair growth typically can be seen around three months after treatment begins, with continued improvement over time.

PRP Face Lift
The combination of PRP injections and dermal filler. This works to combine the power of hyaluronic acid with your body’s own regenerative process. The result is a non-surgical facelift with minimal downtime and instant results. PRP facelifts continue improvement following the treatment over the next 3-6 months.

Treatment is best for those patients with volume loss that will be corrected by filler and skin concerns such as tone and texture that will be addressed by PRP injections. Depending on what you prefer, this procedure may be performed as a stand-alone or in series of treatments for targeted dramatic effect. PRP joint injections are used due to their ability to treat inflammation and many conditions such as arthritis, tendonitis and injuries. PRP injections have also gained popularity to treat soft-tissue joint injuries like rotator cuff tears and Achilles tendon ruptures.

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