Platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
What is PRP? It consists of pure plasma-rich platelets with concentrated platelets and an optimal cellular content. Platelets are associated with several growth factors, which promote tissue reconstruction by stimulating the production of new collagen and blood vessels, resulting in smoother and healthier-looking skin.
Your own blood is used in the PRP treatment. After the blood is collected, the tube is placed in a centrifuge and spun to isolate the plasma-rich platelets. The undesirable red and white blood cells are then extracted out and stored in a separation gel. No foreign material is used during this treatment, which practically eliminate the occurrence of any adverse events.
PRP improves the following conditions: alopecia, hair loss, fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, photoaging, sunspots, sagging skin, large pores, hyperpigmentation, texture and complexion.
Before and after
Unaltered photos – Result may vary.
Courtesy of Dr. Nancy Samolitis. 3 treatments
Before obtaining a cosmetic treatment, it is important to schedule a consultation during which you can openly discuss your goals and expectations with a physician. The physician will evaluate your treatment options, the required amount of visits, as well as the risks and benefits associated with each procedure. As every individual patient reacts differently to treatments, the information within this site and the client photos are strictly for reference purposes only and in no way constitute a promise of results.
Frequently asked question
How many PRP treatments are necessary for hair loss? Four treatments are recommended for women and three treatments for men. In both cases, one treatment is administered per month.
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